WARRINGTON Wolves have picked up their first ever Women's Super League victory.

It was a convincing one, too, with Lee Westwood's side thrashing fellow league newcomers Huddersfield Giants 44-8 at Victoria Park on Sunday.

Skipper Michelle Davis opened the scoring in the second minute with a terrific 70-metre break and raced clear to touch down for the opening try, which the full-back converted for a 6-0 lead.

A nice flowing move down the right saw Alice Evans dive in the corner, with Davis landing the touchline conversion before Dani Bound scurried over from close range for her fourth try of the season to make it 18-0 inside 12 minutes.

Sammy Simpson extended the lead to 22-0 after Abi Johnston produced a stunning offload near the try-line, but Huddersfield hit back just before half-time through Frankie Townend to trail 22-4 at the break.

Brogan Evans squeezed over from close range to grab Warrington's fifth try in the 48th minute before Bryony Coombs powered her way over the whitewash shortly after.

The Giants hit back through Annie Loney following a superb offload from centre Erin Stott, but Simpson raced through to grab her second try and put Warrington into a 38-8 lead before Georgia Sutherland wrapped up the scoring late on.

The Wire Women are back in action on Sunday as they take on Wakefield Trinity at Victoria Park.