Warrington stay in touch with leaders with one-sided win over Catalans

• Warrington 34-4 Catalans
• Wolves extend gap from chasers

For the past decade it has been no great secret that Warrington’s significant spending power has played a major role in transforming them into contenders on a near-annual basis. But this was an afternoon when homegrown players reinforced the fact that the future is very bright at the Wolves.

This had all the makings of a dangerous day’s work for Steve Price’s side, with defeat here opening the door for third-placed Catalans to mount a serious challenge on the top two. However, not only did the Wolves strengthen their grip on second with victory – opening up a six-point gap over the Dragons and fourth-placed Hull in the process – but they did so with a number of positives to boot.

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