WARRINGTON Wolves benefitted from a “back to basics” approach in their thrashing of Huddersfield Giants, head coach Steve Price says.

Trailing 19-12 at half time having conceded three tries in six minutes, The Wire stormed back after the break to score 38 unanswered points and win 50-19 at The Halliwell Jones Stadium.

Blake Austin and Bryson Goodwin both scored twice, with Ben Currie, Chris Hill, Daryl Clark and Ben Murdoch-Masila all adding a try each.

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Price credited his players for the intent they showed in the second half as his side made it back-to-back Super League victories.

“It was a solid performance and a great response by the boys,” he said.

“We actually played some reasonable football in the first half and jumped out to a 12-0 lead.

“There was just that 10-minute block – we went error, error then penalty, penalty from the kick off. The next thing we know, we’re behind.

“We addressed a few things at half time and to score 38 unanswered points in the second half is a credit to the playing group and the faith they showed in each other.

“There was a lot of intent shown in that second half, especially down our left edge and in the middle.

“It was about believing in what we do.

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“We’ve got a good football team in there but we had to get back to the basic fundamentals of rugby league – high completion rate, turning the ball over in good areas and having a lot of pride in your defence.

“There was a lot of hard running with support when we got the ball. Once we started to do that, we played some really good football.”

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“It can be quite difficult over the Easter period and we’ve got another five-day turnaround before we play Castleford.

“It’s all about recovery this week and off we go again.”

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