Warrington Wolves proved too strong for Hull Kingston Rovers for the second time in as many weeks, claiming a 38-10 victory that places them in the draw for the Carnegie Challenge Cup fifth round.
The victory comes as Challenge Cup revenge for the Wolves, having suffered a shock defeat at the hands of then-National League Hull KR in last season’s quarter finals.
Brent Grose opened the scoring for the home side with an 11th-minute try, but the Robins levelled matters at 4-4 just two minutes later thanks to an interception from David Tangata-Toa.
An error strewn first half did not see any further scoring until just before the break, when Stuart Reardon used his strength to get over the line and give Warrington a 10-4 lead at the interval.
The Wolves took control after the restart, Vinnie Anderson touching down off the back of a Paul Rauhihi offload, before Chris Bridge stepped through a gap in Rovers’ defence to extend Warrington’s advantage.
Kirk Netherton gave Hull KR a brief moment of hope, but three tries in the closing minutes Grose, Anderson and Rauhihi ensured the Wolves’ passage to the next round of the cup.
Saturday’s Carnegie Challenge Cup results:
Catalans Dragons 70-12 Featherstone Rovers
Pia 8-64 Harlequins
Warrington Wolves 38-10 Hull Kingston Rovers