WARRINGTON Wolves sealed their place in the Super League play-offs and snapped a six-match losing streak in the league.

They saw off Wakefield Trinity thanks largely to an excellent first half in which saw Daryl Clark, Ben Currie and Josh Charnley cross.

Bryson Goodwin added his name to the scoresheet after the break as Wakefield came back, but The Wire held on.

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Match facts:

Super League, Round 28

Friday, September 6, 2019

Warrington Wolves...23 Wakefield Trinity...16

Wolves: Stefan Ratchford; Josh Charnley, Toby King, Bryson Goodwin, Tom Lineham; Blake Austin, Declan Patton; Chris Hill, Daryl Clark, Mike Cooper, Ben Murdoch-Masila, Ben Currie, Jason Clark. Subs: Joe Philbin, Sitaleki Akauola, Matty Smith, Jake Mamo

Trinity: Morgan Escare; Ben Jones-Bishop, Reece Lyne, Joe Arundel, Ryan Hampshire; Jacob Miller, Danny Brough; Craig Kopczak, Tyler Randell, Adam Tangata, Danny Kirmond, Kelepi Tanginoa, Jordan Crowther. Subs: Chris Green, George King, Kyle Wood. Not used: Titus Gwaze

Scoring: D Clark try, 17mins, 4-0; Currie try, 23mins, Ratchford goal, 10-0; Charnley try, 33mins, Ratchford goal, 16-0; Escare try, 43mins, Brough goal, 16-6; Jones-Bishop try, 48mins, Brough goal, 16-12; Goodwin try, 52mins, 20-12; Hampshire try, 63mins, 20-16; Ratchford penalty, 69mins, 22-16; Patton drop goal, 74mins, 23-16

Penalties: Wolves 10 Trinity 10

Referee: Chris Kendall

Attendance: 10,158