The Rhinos Gillette Academy side recorded their third win on the season on Saturday when they defeated Warrington 48-22 at Stanningley.
The Rhinos Gillette Academy side recorded their third win on the season on Saturday when they defeated Warrington 48-22 at Stanningley. The U18's produced a commanding first half performance to set themselves on the way to victory, leading 20-8 at the break, and never looked back from there. Leading the way for the Rhinos was prop Tim Scire, who scored twice and picked up the coaches man of the match award. The other try scorers for the home side were centre Jake Normington, winger Stephen Harvey, hooker Paul McShane, second row Chris Clarkson, loose forward Mathew Fox, replacement Ryan Wright and right win Danny Lawton, who also kicked six goals. The Gillette Academy side are next in action this Saturday when they travel to Belle Vue to play Wakefield, kick off 1pm.
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