WARRINGTON Wolves put in a dominant display to sweep aside Hull FC

Blake Austin and Gareth Widdop both scored twice as The Wire won away from home for the first time since July.

Anthony Gelling also marked his return to the side with his first Wire try, with Tom Lineham and Ben Murdoch-Masila also crossing.

The win also means Wolves have won back-to-back Super League games for the first time since last June.

After the game, Hull confirmed they had parted company with head coach Lee Radford.

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Match facts:

Super League, Round Seven

Thursday, March 12, 2020

Hull FC...4 Warrington Wolves...38

Hull: Jamie Shaul; Mahe Fonua; Carlos Tuimavave, Josh Griffin, Kieran Buchanan; Albert Kelly, Marc Sneyd; Scott Taylor, Danny Houghton, Chris Satae, Josh Jones, Jordan Lane, Josh Bowden. Subs: Jordan Johnstone, Masi Matongo, Brad Fash, Jack Brown

Wolves: Stefan Ratchford; Josh Charnley, Anthony Gelling, Toby King, Tom Lineham; Blake Austin, Gareth Widdop, Chris Hill, Danny Walker, Mike Cooper, Ben Murdoch-Masila, Ben Currie, Jason Clark. Subs: Daryl Clark, Joe Philbin, Jake Mamo, Sitaleki Akauola

Scoring: Austin try, 4mins, Ratchford goal, 0-6; Lineham try, 36mins, Ratchford goal, 0-12; Widdop try, 48mins, 0-16; Gelling try, 56mins, 0-20; Murdoch-Masila try, 59mins, Ratchford goal, 0-26; Widdop try, 70mins, Ratchford goal, 0-32; Austin try, 72mins, Widdop goal, 0-38; Buchanan try, 80mins, 4-38

Penalties: Hull 8 Wolves 3

Referee: Chris Kendall

Attendance: 10,214