|Salford (8) 24|
|Try: Watkins, Inu, Greenwood, Lussick Goals: Inu 4|
|Warrington (14) 22|
|Tries: King, Austin, Murdoch-Masila Goals: Ratchford 2, Widdop 3|
Spirited Salford came from behind to beat Warrington 24-22 and reach their first Challenge Cup final in 51 years.
Holders Wolves led 14-8 at the break as scores from Toby King and Blake Austin were answered by a Kallum Watkins try.
Krisnan Inu touched down to cut the lead, only for Ben Murdoch-Masila to again extend Warrington’s advantage.
James Greenwood gave Salford hope before Joey Lussick powered over to set up a behind-closed-doors final with Leeds at Wembley on 17 October.
More to follow.
Salford: Sarginson, Williams, Watkins, Welham, Inu, Lolohea, Brown, Mossop, Lussick, Dudson, McCarthy, Greenwood, Flanagan.
Interchanges: Burke, Ikahihifo, Kear, Pauli.
Warrington: Ashton, Charnley, Gelling, King, Mamo, Ratchford, Widdop, Hill, D. Clark, Cooper, Currie, Hughes, Austin
Interchanges: Murdoch-Masila, J. Clark, Philbin, Walker.