|Salford (16) 46|
|Tries: Jones-Bishop, Taylor, Thornley, Chase 2, Sa'u, Evalds, Johnson Goals: Dobson 7|
|Leigh (0) 18|
|Tries: Higson, McNally 2 Goals: Ridyard 3|
Salford made it two wins from two in The Qualifiers with a dominant victory over Championship winners Leigh.
The hosts were ahead in the first minute when Ben Jones-Bishop crossed, with Scott Taylor and Iain Thornley making it 16-0 at the break.
After Rangi Chase scored, Leigh rallied through Adam Higson and Gregg McNally, but the comeback was short-lived.
Junior Sa'u, a second from Chase, Niall Evalds and Greg Johnson saw the Red Devils score eight tries in all.
The Centurions, who beat Salford 22-18 in the Challenge Cup fifth round in April, scored a consolation late on when McNally touched down for his second.
Salford join Widnes and Hull KR in winning their opening two games in The Qualifiers.
To understand more on the Super 8s involving Super League, The Qualifiers and Championship Shield, read BBC Sport's explainer here.
Salford: Evalds; Jones-Bishop, Sa'u, Thornley, Johnson; Chase, Dobson; Taylor, Tomkins, G Griffin, Hansen, Maitua, Paterson.
Replacements: Lee, Krasniqi, Tasi, Morley.
Leigh: McNally; Higson, Pala, Armstrong, Kay; Ridyard, Brierley; Emmitt, Higham, Wilkes, Dixon, Goulden, Barlow
Replacements: Beswick, Haggerty, Aspinwall, Moi Moi.
Referee: Richard Silverwood (RFL)