Ben Currie is sponsored by Gladstone Brookes
Over the last two or three seasons I've been here, in the first team, I've had a couple of doubles but had never managed to get the third one down so it was to great to get it.
"It was very good performance; London have been improving throughout the season, so it was a good professional performance from all our lads all the way to the end."
Having come through the academy ranks at the club Currie is pleased to see the youth making their mark in the first team.
"There's a mix of youth coming through and senior players helping us out. It has really helped the team over the last 10 weeks and the run we are on. A lot of the young lads played together in the under 19s last year which has helped us gel together as well. Warrington have paid a lot of attention to the youth and are getting the rewards now."
The team have had a short turnaround going into tonight's game which makes preparation tough.
"It's not the best situation; with a short turnaround you get less time on the field so you have to make the most of it. Obviously there will be a few sore bodies and it takes longer to recover as well."
It's a local derby tonight so anything can happen with a top drawer performance expected from the Vikings.
"Form goes out of the window going into games like this but the crowd gets behind you which really helps...Warrington tend to travel in numbers no matter where the game is so I'm sure down the road at Widnes we'll get plenty.
"Widnes had a really good start to the season but haven't managed to keep it up. They are still a dangerous team especially when crowd gets behind them. It will be a really tough game.
"Kevin Brown has been the main influence throughout the season for them and I really looked up to Danny Tickle as a kid; there'll be a good chance I'll play against him this week."
Head down to Widnes Select Security Stadium tonight for a double bill of Rugby League:
U19s Academy curtain raiser, kick-off 5.30pm
Super League encounter, kick-off 8pm