Warrington whallop Wakey for Wembley berth

Warrington will play Hull FC in the Challenge Cup final after smashing Wakefeld 56-12 in the semi-final at Leigh.

Warrington dominated Trinity for nearly the full 80 minutes, posting an impressive 44-point victory.

The Wire ended a run of three consecutive Challenge Cup semi-final defeats.

The Wildcats made a brilliant start, Craig Hall touching down in the corner after being picked out by Jacob Miller.

Liam Finn nailed the conversion to put Wakefield ahead by six points.

Warrington were on the board after 16 minutes, Kurt Gidley playing in Jack Hughes who bundled over.

A Gidley penalty saw the Wolves take a two-point lead after Scott Moore was penalized for holding onto Hughes.

Warrington started to assert their dominance after a Daryl Clark try out of dummy half.

Rhys Evans put further daylight between the sides, touching down in the corner after being picked with aplomb by Hughes.

A converted try from Gidley ensured the Wolves took a 24-6 lead into the interval.

Warrington started the second half like they finished the first. Two tries in two minutes from Chris Sandow and Stefan Ratchford saw the Wolves further extend their lead.

The task facing Wakefield became even harder after David Fifita was sent to the sin-bin following a high tackle on Sandow.

The Wolves continued to be ruthless in attack, Ben Currie rounding off a length-of-the-field run from Matty Russell.

Toby King added his name to the scoresheet for after a perfectly-weighted kick from Brad Dwyer.

Warrington reached a half-century of points through Ben Westwood before Ratchford kicked the extras.

Max Jowitt gave the Wakefield fans something to cheer, crashing over through pure grit and determination 12 minutes before the end.

Then King ghosted through the Wakefield defence with ease to score his second try of the match.

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