On the 17th March in 1985 Leeds recorded their biggest league win of the season over Hunslet and in 1991 John Gallagher scored two tries to help the Loiners beat Hull KR.
On this day in 1985 Leeds gained their biggest league win of the 1984-85 season with a 50-8 win over local rivals Hunslet. The Loiners had already beaten Sheffield Eagles 50-2 in the John Player competition and Bridgend 68-6 in the Challenge Cup, but the best they had managed so far in the league had been a 43-10 win over Widnes. Kevin Dick scored a hat trick and Wally fullerton-Smith got a brace, other try scorers included David Heron, Neil Hunt, Kevin Rayne and Eric Grothe. Dick scored the rest of the points from the boot with 7 goals. On this day in 1991 the Loiners travelled to Hull KR and recorded their third consecutive league victory. The sides had already met just two games prior to this fixture and on that occasion Garry Schofield scored two tries to help the side win 24-18. John Gallagher scored two tries and Garry Schofield once again scored a try against the side, Cavill Heugh and Carl Gibson added two more and Schofield kicked four goals to see Leeds win 28-16.