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Leeds Rhinos 32 Gateshead Thunder 14

4th June 1999

By Leeds Rhinos

The Rhinos did not have to be at their best to beat Gateshead on Friday night but at times they showed true glimpses of greatness.

The Rhinos scored first after Cummins broke from his own half to outstrip the defence to bag the first try.
Gateshead came thundering back almost immediately through Danny McAllister who ran through the Leeds defence unopposed for an easy try.
The next score came from the Rhinos though, who always held a lead in this game and Ryan Sheridan put in a great dummy to dart over to make it 12-6 both kickers on song until then.
Yet again the Thunder came back, this time it was a superb piece of athleticism from Matt Daylight who rose to put a chip kick in at the corner.
Leroy Rivett bagged the next try , seemingly held up he managed to put the ball over the line.

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The Rhinos emphasized their superiority with a final try of the half after an inspirational break from Iestyn Harris. He was eventually tackled and not allowed to play the ball from one of his typical breaks but the team decided a quick tap was in order and the ball was then span out to Paul Sterling who raced in at the corner.
After the break the Rhinos further cemented their lead with a Harris penalty , before making the game safe with another try. Ryan Sheridan again made a trademark darting break but ran out of steam before the line.
With defenders having caught up to him the scrum half threw out the obvious pass to the supporting Marcus St Hilaire who passed alone between the sticks. Will Robinson got a try back for the visitors roared on by about 50 Thunder diehards, but the final action of the game belonged to Leeds and it was up to Leroy again to send the crowd home happy after he managed to barge in at the corner.

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