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Leeds Rhinos 23 Warrington Wolves 10

7th May 2004

By Leeds Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos bounced back to winning ways with a 23-10 win over Warrington Wolves at Headingley on Friday night.

Their unbeaten record in Super League IX had been shattered a week earlier at St Helens, but they emerged from a tight struggle to take the points.

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Lee Briers put the visitors ahead after eight minutes with a penalty, and the Rhinos twice saw chances go begging at the corner.

They did, though, break a tense deadlock in the 29th minute, Dave Furner making the initial bust before the ball was moved left by Danny McGuire and Keith Senior for Marcus Bai to cross in the corner.

Kevin Sinfield added a touchline conversion, but the Rhinos failed to add to their lead after rejecting two kickable penalties in favour of running the ball.

Warrington levelled matters on 37 minutes when Paul Wood's deft touch put Briers through a gap, and he dummied his way to the line from 25 yards, before goaling himself to give the Wolves an 8-6 interval lead.

Leeds started on the front foot after the restart, and moved back ahead 6 minutes into the second half, Richard Mathers' deflected pass bouncing kindly to give Bai his second of the night and 11th in as many games for the club.

Furner this time converted from the touchline, via a post, before Briers cut the gap to 12-10 with another penalty a minute later.

Furner was denied a try of his own for a double movement, while Ryan Bailey was stopped just short before substitute Francis Cummins put Calderwood over with his first touch on the hour after quick hands from Sinfield.

Sinfield then eased some of the pressure with a drop goal to take the Rhinos seven points clear, and McGuire finally got his customary try in the final minute from Rob Burrow's inside pass.

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