Tries: Solomona, King 2, O'Brien, Briers 2, Hodgson, J Monaghan, Grix 2, Higham
Goals: Briers 2, Hodgson 7
Castleford Tigers 0
Wigan Warriors ran in nine tries as they demolished Harlequins RL at DW Stadium.
After suffering a shock defeat to Quins in this same fixture last season, the Warriors made sure this would not happen again as they put the Londoners to the sword in the first half by racking up an unassailable 42-0 lead at the break.
Before the visitors had touch the ball prolific points machine Pat Richards opened the scoring inside three minutes. Ryan Hoffman added another one shortly later. George Carmon then ran in a third try after he intercepted Luke Gale's pass just inside the Quins half in the 11th minute and Sam Tomkins quickly added a fourth under the posts.
The Londoners were regularly making errors and Thomas Leuluai punished another, jinking through to reach over before the Warriors scrum-half then spotted another gap to charge over from 15 metres soon after.
Hoffman made a break on halfway to set up Captain Sean O'Loughlin for the hosts' seventh try of the half.
Harlequins saw more of the ball after the break but they posed little threat and it was no surprise when Tomkins touched down for his second try of the night.
Quins finally found a way on to the scoreboard when Luke Gale recovered Karl Pryce's wayward pass to send ex Warrior Mark Calderwood over for a consolation.
But there was still time for Richards to have the last word as he charged over in the closing moments, and then he made it a perfect night with his ninth successful conversion out of nine.
Wigan Warriors 54
Tries: Richards 2, Hoffman, O'Loughlin, Leuluai 2, S Tomkins 2, Carmont
Goals: Richards 9
Harlequins RL 6
Huddersfield Giants remained in second place as they ran in seven tries to ease past St Helens at Galpharm Stadium.
Saints, who were without 10 first-teamers because of injury, gave a debut to 19-year-old back-row forward Scott Hale, but little went right for them from the moment loose forward Chris Flannery limped out of the warm-up.
Huddersfield also lost Australian forward Luke O'Donnell in the warm-up but took the lead after only eight minutes when Luke Robinson put Eorl Crabtree in for his first try for over 12 months.
The hosts dominated the play but they failed to add to their score until seven minutes before the break Danny Brough's 70-metre solo effort made it 12-0.
Saints were on the scoreboard soon after the interval when Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook reacted quickest to touch down James Roby's deflected grubber kick.
Yet, rather than signal the beginning of a St Helens fightback, it instead sparked a decisive try-scoring burst by the Giants to effectively win the game.
Kevin Brown dummied his way over to restore their 12-point advantage, before Michael Lawrence took a flick pass from Leroy Cudjoe to touch down.
Robinson again set up Crabtree for his second and centre Joe Wardle held off Francis Meli to score his first Super League try.
Matty Ashurst and Ade Gardner stemmed the tide but they proved nothing but consolations as Brown sent full-back Scott Grix over for try number seven, with Brough adding his sixth goal to finish with a personal tally of 16 points.
This win for the Giants ends their five match loosing hoodoo against St Helens.
Huddersfield Giants 40
Tries: Lawrence, Brown, Brough, Grix, Wardle, Crabtree 2
Goals: Brough 6
St Helens 18
Tries: McCarthy-Scarsbrook, Gardner, Ashurst
Goals: Foster 3
Hull KR moved above opponents Bradford Bulls with an emphatic win at Craven Park.
After struggling to get past Championship club Halifax last week, the Bulls gave a second debut to ex Wildcat Ben Jeffries who they signed early this week. His inch perfect kick was patted back for Kyle Briggs to score on three minutes.
But a mistake by James Donaldson led to Kris Welham getting Rovers on terms. Mick Dobson combined with Welham who went over for a double as the hosts took the lead 10-6.
Blake Green found a big hole in the visitors defence to further increase Hull KR's advantage. Gareth Raynor reduced the gap, but two quickfire scores from Jake Webster and Dobson made it 28-12 at the interval.
Immediately, from the restart Liam Watts finished off some good work by Webster and Peter Fox as Rovers effectively put the match to bed.
Andy Lynch barged his way over for a consolation, but it was going to be Welham's day has he completed his hat-trick in the final ten minutes of the game.
Fox finished things off as the Robins claimed only their fifth win of the season as the Bulls have now gone six games without a Super League win.
Hull KR 46
Tries: Welham 3, Green, Webster, Dobson, Watts, Fox
Goals: Dobson 7
Bradford Bulls 18
Tries: Briggs, Raynor, Lynch