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Leeds Rhinos 26 Warrington Wolves 22

2nd April 2005

By Leeds Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos booked their place in the fifth round of the Powergen Challenge Cup with a hard earned victory over Warrington at Headingley.

The match appeared to be all too easy for Leeds from the moment Warrington winger Dean Gaskell spilled Kevin Sinfield's towering kick and McKenna mopped up to get Burrow over for the first try after only four minutes.

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Ten minutes later, Burrow and Dunemann kept the ball alive for McKenna to wrong-foot Brent Grose and claim his side's second try and Sinfield's conversion made it 10-0.  Wood scored the Wolves first try, racing on to Lee Briers' clever grubber kick to score by the posts with Bridge’s conversion cutting the gap to four points.

Warrington struck again after 38 minutes when Briers' 40-20 kick set up the position for an attack. Liam Botham looked to have made a fantastic last ditch tackle on Jon Clarke as he wrapped him around the post and the Warrington man lost control of the ball in the act of grounding it but video ref Gerry Kershaw adjudged that he had control of the ball and Bridge kicked his second goal.

But Leeds regained the lead in the sixth minute of stoppage time – the result of a series of lengthy deliberations by the video referee – when Calderwood took Burrow's pass to grab a precious try and Sinfield kicked his second conversion.
Burrow produced an electrifying burst to create the initial breach and McGuire, with his first touch, combined with Richard Mathers to get Burrow over for his second try.

And Burrow was also involved in the next score on 53 minutes, putting in a well-placed kick which bounced kindly for Walker to pounce.  Sinfield's third successful conversion made it 26-12 but Warrington gave themselves renewed hope with two tries in eight minutes.

Wood gathered Briers' kick over the Rhinos defence to claim his second try, which Bridge again converted, and Ben Westwood took Briers' inside pass to crash over for his side's fourth try but Leeds managed to hold on with Jones-Buchanan and Calderwood both going close towards the end.
 

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