RECORDS tumbled at The Halliwell Jones Stadium on Saturday afternoon as Warrington Wolves ran riot against Castleford Tigers.

Gary Chambers’ side scored 48 unanswered points in the second half to thrash their visitors 66-12 and record by far their biggest victory of the season.

Their previous highest points total in a match this season was the 42 they scored against Leeds back in Round One while their 54-point winning margin is also comfortably their highest of the year – the previous best being the Round 6 trip to the Tigers where they won 38-0.

Indeed, their winning margin is the club’s biggest in a Super League game since beating Hull FC 63-12 back in 2019.

The last time they scored more than 60 points was the 62-18 victory at Salford Red Devils back in May 2021, which came just a few weeks after they last passed the 50-point mark on home soil during a 50-26 win over Hull KR.

Saturday’s win was also their biggest home scoreline for more than five years, since the 80-10 hammering of Hull FC back in August 2018.

They also beat their previous highest number of points scored in a game against Castleford, which came in a 64-6 win at the Jungle in 2006, but fell just short of their widest margin of victory in a Super League game against the Tigers.

That came during a 62-0 win at The Halliwell Jones Stadium back in 2011.