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Huddersfield Giant 20 Leeds Rhinos 42

25th April 1999

By Leeds Rhinos

The Rhino’s overcame a spirited Giants side in a pulsating West Yorkshire derby.

Leeds led 30-6 in a very one-sided first half before the hosts came back strongly after the break in front of around 5,300 fans at the McAlpine Stadium..
In all, the Rhino's plundered eight tries with Leroy Rivett poaching a brace.
The others came from Francis Cummins, Adrian Morley, Darrell Powell, Ryan Sheridan, Brad Godden and Marcus St. Hilaire while Lenihan scored a hat-trick for the hosts.
The win was very much essential for Leeds as St. Helens maintained their 100 per cent start to the season with a 30-10 victory at Hull while Bradford beat Halifax 20-2.

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However, Wigan slipped up for the third successive Super League outing – losing 24-8 at home to Castleford Tigers.
Despite conceding four tries, the Rhinos were always in control and fully deserved their emphatic victory.
Coach Graham Murray said: "If ever there was a game to play before our Wembley appearance, this was it. We put a few things right after a couple of lack-lustre performances against Sheffield and Hull and everyone came through with a clean bill of health."
Murray had particular praise for the performances of Adrian Morley and Andy Hay, the latter returning from a hand injury to stake his claim for a Wembley place.
Giants' coach Malcolm Reilly said: " We beat ourselves. We made too many simple errors and hardly had the ball in the first half."

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