Wolves too strong for Cougars
Warrington eased into the fifth round of the Challenge Cup with a clinical 44-18 defeat of Championship side Keighley.
Tony Smith's men ran in eight tries against their part-time opponents, with young hooker Brad Dwyer among the scorers.
Joel Monaghan, Ben Westwood, Chris Hill, Rhys Williams, Chris Riley, Ben Harrison and Paul Wood also crossed with Lee Briers slotting six conversions.
The Wolves were 22-0 ahead in as many minutes, dashing any hopes the Cougars might have had of repeating Featherstone's heroics against Castleford 24 hours earlier.
And though they were rarely at their sparkling best, Warrington still had far too much for Jason Demetriou's side.
The Keighley player-coach decided not to field himself for the clash, while Wolves boss Smith handed a debut to Jordan Burke at full-back.
Youngsters Gareth O'Brien, Dwyer and Ben Currie were also named, alongside an otherwise experienced side led by Briers.
Playing up the Cougar Park hill in the first half, the visitors were over within seven minutes, when Briers and Burke combined to send Monaghan over out wide.
Westwood them steamed onto a short ball to crash through two tackles and score, a feat that was repeated by prop Hill soon after.
When Briers' long pass allowed Matty Blythe to send Williams in at the corner, the Super League outfit led 22-0.
Keighley's best chance up to that point had seen Richard Jones knock on a Paul March kick over the line, but they did respond just before half-time.
Again it was a March kick that created the try, allowing former Wolves winger Richie Barnett to leap the highest and touch down.
But any hopes of a Cougar comeback were dashed within seven minutes of the restart.
After back-to-back penalties, the promising Dwyer darted over from dummy half.
The Wolves then eased to victory, crossing twice more in the third quarter.
A repeat set allowed Riley to finish a smart handling move in the right-hand corner, before Harrison charged down a Sam Obst kicked and raced 70 metres to the line.
Front-rower Wood then produced a typically strong effort from close range with 10 minutes remaining.
But arguably the try of the game went to the home side in the closing stages.
James Hathornthwaite broke down the right, kicked inside for Barnett, and Jode Sheriffe then sent scrum-half Obst under the posts.
Obst then rounded off the scoring in the final minute after another March kick, allowing the Championship side to finish on a high.