The Salford Red Devils fell to a second consecutive defeat for the first time this season, losing 10-34 against Hull FC.
The Red Devils came into the game on the back on a defeat to Wakefield the week before, and had a number of injuries to contend with.
FC took a 0-22 lead into the break and from this point the Red Devils never really looked to coming back into the game.
The game started off on a an even keel but FC took the lead seven minutes in, Fetuli Talanoa scoring after gathering a cross field kick beat the Salford defence.
Ten minutes later and the Airlie Birds were in again. Albert Kelly ran a good support line and out paced the covering defence to score off the back of a break.
The momentum was now firmly with the visitors and they took advantage again shortly after. Kelly got his boot to a loose ball and collected his own grubber kick to score his second of the game.
Hull were in again once before half time, Danny Washbrook forcing his way over from short range to score under the posts.
The Devils made a much brighter start to the second half, and were on board five minutes into the second period, Niall Evalds scoring in the corner following a long pass from Michael Dobson and some good hands from Kris Welham.
The resurgence didn’t last long however. FC cancelled out Evalds effort when Carlos Tuimavave beat the Salford defence and scored.
Ten minutes later the visitors were celebrating again. Jamie Shaul picked up the from a Salford error and raced the length of the field to add his name to the score sheet.
The Red Devils found time for a consolation try with Weller Hauraki going over from close range, but ultimately it was a disappointing night for Ian Watsons side.
Salford Red Devils: O’Brien, Evalds, Sa’u, Welham, Bibby, Lui, Dobson, Tasi, Brining, Hasson, Hauraki, Murdoch-Masila, Griffin, Kopczak, Carney, Krasniqi, Lannon.