Poching praise for Wolves
Willie Poching hailed Warrington's flying start after a 54-6 romp over Castleford.
The Wolves led 38-0 at the break and Brett Hodgson finished with 22 points from two tries and seven goals.
Joel Monaghan and Ryan Atkins also crossed twice with Chris Bridge landing the man of the match award.
Poching, the Wolves assistant boss, said: "It was a nice way to start and a good effort to get out of the blocks like that.
"We got the rewards on the scoreboard and it was nice to see it all come together from the off.
"We tried to continue in the same way in the second half but credit to Castleford, they rolled up their sleeves and tackled well.
"But we still managed to create opportunities and score some excellent tries.
"Chris Bridge was explosive and punched some big holes and worked well with Joel Monaghan.
"Ryan Atkins and Chris Riley also did well together on the right wing."
Cas coach Ian Millward, whose side slumped to a shock cup defeat at Featherstone last week, said: "We looked shocked after the cup defeat but no excuses, the better team won by a mile.
"We were very hesitant and boring in attack. We lacked enterprise and that's not the way I want to coach.
"We lost Nick Youngquest early on after a hard knock and were disjointed but that's not an excuse.
"We looked nervous and lacked confidence. The challenge for us is to get more enterprise in attack."