CONNOR Wrench played a starring role as Warrington Wolves under 19s brushed aside their London Broncos counterparts.

The centre, who has made four first-team appearances this year, crossed four times as The Wire ran out 56-6 winners at Victoria Park on Saturday.

A clinical second-half display saw Paul Anderson's side, who were playing their first game since July 10, score 40 unanswered points after the break.

Indeed, postponements have meant they are yet to play back-to-back fixtures this year – something they will hope changes with a trip to Wigan Warriors on Friday.

James Hartill, Jack Darbyshire, Dan Brewin, Tom Whitehead, Tom Burnett and Ambrose Kibula were Warrington's other try-scorers, with Lewis Hughes adding six goals and Reece Briers two.

“It was a tough game in challenging conditions but once we settled into the game, I felt we managed the game pretty well although you have to credit London who never gave up," Anderson said.

"We spoke at half time in regards the unforced errors we were making and how the game could go if we controlled our decisions a little better and I felt that our response to this was pretty good.

"Overall, we are really happy with the last 30 minutes but there is still plenty to work on."