The match was preceded with a minute’s silence in memory of former Featherstone player and chairman Steve Evans that has died age 59.

Hiku put Baby wolves ahead within the second minute and the break then brought to Stefan Ratchford darting over. Livett added both conversions prior to going in themself in the corner.

Referee: Scott Mikalauskas (RFL).

After producing gritty displays within their previous two matches against Shell KR and Catalans Dragons, Featherstone were totally outplayed inside a one-sided game at LD Diet Stadium. These were 38- lower at half-time after conceding three tries within the first eight minutes. Peta Hiku scored three tries and Harvey Livett bagged two touchdowns and arrived 10 goals as Warrington eased for their sixth successive Qualifiers win.

Warrington extended their result in 26- when Kevin Brown submitted Jack Hughes and Ben Pomeroy entered from Hiku’s pass. It was not before the 30th minute that Featherstone launched their first significant attack, with Keal Carlile’s grubber kick forcing a goalline give up.

Within the League One Shield, second-place finishes Hunslet saw off leaders London Skolars 18-12.

Within the Championship Shield matches, Batley Bulldogs saw off visitors Sheffield Eagles 34-18 to secure second place in front of the South Yorkshire club, and Dewsbury Rams confirmed a 4th-place get a 29-22 victory at Oldham Roughyeds.

Warrington Baby wolves: Ratchford Pomeroy, Hiku, Livett, Russell Brown, Gidley Hill, Clark, Sim cards, Currie, Hughes, Cooper. Subs: King, Savelio, Manley, Cruz.

FEATHERSTONE continue to be searching for his or her first Super 8s Qualifiers victory after having suffered an 12-try drubbing within their final home match of year.

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