WARRINGTON Wolves' 2020 campaign is now officially at an end.

Despite losing their Super League play-off eliminator to Hull FC on Thursday, The Wire were kept on standby to step in should any of the semi-finalists be forced to stand down due to Covid-19 issues.

However, all 323 tests taken by the clubs remaining in action this week - including all those taken by players and staff at Wolves - have come back negative.

It means Steve Price's side and fellow beaten play-off contenders Leeds Rhinos will now stand down and their season is over.

Both semi-finals will now go ahead as planned, with FC facing Wigan Warriors on Thursday and St Helens taking on Catalans Dragons on Friday.