WARRINGTON Wolves’ domination of Betfred Women’s Super League Group 2 continued with a 102-0 win at Wakefield Trinity.

The league leaders made it seven wins from seven and took their points scored tally to an impressive 454 after another three-figure haul.

Lee Westwood's side were dominant from the off and forged into a 40-0 lead at the break before racking up 62 points in the second half.

Wakefield chief executive Michael Carter has since issued a statement saying the club had issues fielding a team for the clash and had attempted to postpone the fixture to a later date

"On Monday, we identified a depleted squad due to injuries, illness, and holidays. We notified the RFL straight away and informed Warrington," he said.

"We suggested rearranging the game at a mutually convenient time that would suit both parties. Unfortunately, this was not possible from Warrington due to no free weekends in their calendar. We suggested midweek but again this was not possible.

"We were informed by the RFL that if we didn’t play, we would be in breach of the rules, which would constitute a heavy fine, a 48-0 result, and potential expulsion from the Women’s Super League.

"Due to this, we were forced to promote four under 19s (three on debut, one playing her second game at this level) and we also had to loan six players in from Bradford to ensure we had players to fulfil this fixture.

"At this time we needed help, support and understanding, and this will be something that I address with the CEO of the RFL.

"We are still seeing one-sided results across the women’s game and this is something the RFL/Women’s Super League needs to look at going forward to ensure more competitive fixtures week in and week out."