Hull FC go down to first home defeat of the season as Warrington win at KC
Hull FC suffered their first Super League home defeat in almost a year as Warrington Wolves ran out 24-10 winners at the KC Stadium.
Two tries each for Joel Monaghan and Chris Riley, accompanied by a try for Mickey Higham saw the visitors home in a game they were always in control of.
Despite leading 6-4 at half-time thanks to Joe Westerman's try, the Black and Whites saw little of the ball and were relying on their defensive efforts to keep them in the game.
In a repeat of their opening game at Leeds, Peter Gentle's men held firm and were in the game for 60 minutes before the Wolves' pressure eventually paid off and they took the game beyond their opponents with four tries in an 11-minute period.
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Ben Crooks went over for a late consolation try as Hull lost at home for the first time in the league since Wigan Warriors triumphed at the KC in April 2012.
The defeat leaves Hull with three points from a possible eight as they head to Widnes next weekend.