Hull FC claimed their third win of the season thanks to a dominant 62-24 victory over Warrington Wolves in the latest Wheelchair Magic Round.
Tries came from across the pitch including a brace for Martin Norris whilst father-and-son duo Mike and Billy Swainger racked up five tries between them.
The victory saw Hull claim their second win of the season over Warrington as they went level on points with third-placed Halifax.
Hull named a largely unchanged side, but were boosted by the return of both Billy Swainger and Dave Gill as they looked to bounce back from two defeats in a row.
However, Warrington also brought in reinforcements in a bid to claim their first win of the season as Welsh Captain Stu Williams came into the starting line-up after missing out on their game against Leeds.
The Black & Whites began the game strongly as Tristan Norfolk scored in the corner with just over a minute played after Warrington were unable to deal with the kick-off.
Hull also maintained possession for the most of the first ten minutes which saw Billy Swainger cross the line twice – however he was only awarded a try on his second attempt.
Warrington’s Luke Winstanley-Warding and Ste Halsey both crossed touched down in the next ten minutes but a great individual try from Martin Norris kept Hull in control going into the second quarter.
Hull looked impressive for the rest of the half as they ran in three further tries through Norris and both Mike and Billy Swainger, but a score from Welsh captain Stu Williams gave Warrington a glimpse of hope going into the second half.
Half-Time: Hull FC 32 – 18 Warrington Wolves
Warrington looked to still have a foot hold in the game as Williams scored the only try in an error filled opening 10 minutes of the second-half.
However, a try from Mike Swainger less than five minutes later proved that Hull were just too good for the Warrington side as they began to pull away with the scoreline.
Hull ran in two tries in quick succession thanks to Steve Sampher and Michael Midgley as they passed the half-a-century mark for only the second time this season.
FC put the game to bed in the last ten minutes despite numerous missed chances for Liam Stancliffe as a hat-trick try for Billy Swainger and a long-range solo try from Josh Edwards sealed the victory.
Full-Time: Hull FC 62 – 24 Warrington Wolves
Hull FC: Mike Swainger, Martin Norris, Billy Swainger, Tristan Norfolk, Steve Sampher, Liam Stancliffe, Josh Edwards, Mike Midgley, Dave Gill
Warrington Wolves: Luke Winstanley-Warding, Toby Burton-Carter, Nash Jennings, Brad Gleave, Paul Prince, Stu Williams, Mason Baker, Ste Halsey, Emma Williams
Hull FC: Tristan Norfolk (2) Billy Swainger (7, 36, 74), Martin Norris (13, 23) Mike Swainger, (21, 53), Steve Sampher (60), Michael Midgley (65), Josh Edwards (77)
Goals: Mike Swainger (2/4), Tristan Norfolk (6/6), Dave Gill (1/1)
Warrington Wolves: Luke Winstanley-Warding (9), Ste Halsey (17), Stu Williams (34,49)
Goals: Toby Burton-Carter (3/3), Ste Halsey (1/1)