The Airlie Birds stayed top of the competitiom with a seven-point win.
“It was a horrible game, a poor advert for the top of the competition, but we’re sat at the top so I’m not going to complain,” Radford said.
“It was bizarre, a really strange and scrappy affair, and we probably won’t see that again for a long time.
“The players are as baffled as we are. If there’s a positive, I thought we defended really well.
“We had to be physical on both edges and we conceded just two opportunist tries, which is obviously pleasing.”
Radford was happy with his team’s defence that kept Warrington to two tries.
“We defended really well, we had to be physical on both edges and I thought we did that,” he said.
“Currie and Atkins make things happen so we had to defend tidy in contact.”