Catalans Dragons (22) 44 T : Lopini Paea, Thomas Bosc, Steve Menzies 2, Louis Anderson, Setaimata Sa 2, Daryl Millard G : Scott Dureau 5, Thomas Bosc
Warrington Wolves (12) 16 T : Micky Higham, Chris Riley, Brad Dwyer, G : Brett Hodgson 2
Warrington Wolves (12) 16
Catalan Dragons maintained their 100% home record in Stobart Super League to climb above opponents Warrington Wolves and Hull FC into third place.
Steve Menzies and Setaimata Sa each scored a pair of tries, with Lopini Paea, Thomas Bosc, Louis Anderson and Daryl Millard also touching down.
It started badly for the Wolves when a touch-judge decision went against Lee Briers to allow Catalan to gain field position from the kick-off.
Following two consecutive penalties, the home side registered the first try of the game as Ian Henderson found a short pass to the charging Paea to go over to the right of the posts. Scott Dureau added the extra two points with the conversion.
It got even better for the Dragons as the ball was sent wide through Dureau to Leon Pryce. The former St Helens man brushed Briers away and offloaded to Anderson, who in turn relayed the ball to Millard and the Fijian centre raced down field, drew the cover and passed to the supporting Bosc for the winger to race over the line.
Dureau missed the conversion as the Dragons lead was 10 points.
Mickey Higham scored Warrington's first try as his dummy created an opening to the right of the posts. Brett Hodgson added a simple conversion to narrow the gap.
The Dragons went further ahead through Menzies, and then Warrington pegged them back through Chris Riley. Dureau and Hodgson converted the tries.
The Dragons restored their lead to 10 points as a high Dureau kick was allowed to bounce by Hodgson and Joel Monaghan, and former Warrington man Anderson collected the ball to touch down.
Bosc added the extra two points to leave the half-time score at 22-12.
After the break it was all Catalan.
Dureau dummied and raced through the Warrington defence, spotting the support out wide in Duport who then found an inside ball to Sa for the big centre to go in at the corner. Bosc missed the conversion.
The Dragons further extended their lead through a solo try from Millard, the centre racing clear and around full-back Hodgson to touch down and remove any doubt over the outcome being a Catalan win.
Dureau resumed his goal-kicking duties to convert, as he did with Sa's second try of the afternoon following good work by Jason Baitieri, Henderson, Dureau and Pryce. The big New Zealander crashed over in the left corner.
Menzies got in on the act as Duport powered over the top of a would-be Warrington defender to race clear and pass to the supporting 38-year-old, who dotted down to the right of the posts. Dureau again converted to register his fifth goal of the afternoon.
There was just time for Brad Dwyer to score in the left corner for a consolation effort for the visiting Wolves, Hodgson's conversion effort mirroring his side's performance, falling short.