St Helens have held off a fast-finishing Warrington to win by three points in a thrilling fixture at the Halliwell Jones Stadium.
It was a confidence-boosting victory for Saints who have conquered the league leaders away from home. Theo Fages was the man of the match in his best performance so far in a red and white shirt.
Warrington scored first, Kevin Penny leaping high to bring down a bomb and touch down.
Luke Walsh nailed the conversion to give the visitors a 10-12 lead.
It didnt last long – Matty Dawson scoring in just the 45th minute to give St Helens back the lead.
Warrington tried to fight back but Saints kept them bravely at bay.
At 24-14 with just 10 minutes left they seemed home, especially when Luke Walsh added a drop goal soon after.
But the Wire kept pushing and Penny gave them some hope with his second try.
However, time was not on the Wolves side and St Helens prevailed in a entertaining encounter 22-25.