Warrington 4, Harlequins 17

Harlequins strengthened their engage Super League play-off hopes with a hard-fought win over an out-of-sorts Warrington side at the Halliwell Jones Stadium.

Harlequins strengthened their engage Super League play-off hopes with a hard-fought win over an out-of-sorts Warrington side at the Halliwell Jones Stadium.

The Wolves' top-six hopes took a hammer blow after a fifth defeat in their last six matches and they lost influential loose forward Vinnie Anderson through injury in the first half.

Paul Cullen's men were also handed a disciplinary worry over Great Britain forward Adrian Morley, who was put on report by referee Ben Thaler for a high tackle on hooker Julien Rinaldi midway through the second half.

The Londoners struck with two tries in the last eight minutes of the first half to seize control and defended stoically in a tryless second half dominated without conviction by Warrington.

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