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Leeds Rhinos 38 Warrington Wolves 6

11th March 2005

By Leeds Rhinos

Champions Leeds Rhinos maintained their ruthless streak to top the half-century mark for the second successive match and stay two points clear at the top of the engage Super League with a 54-10 away win over Huddersfield Giants.

The rampant Rhinos never looked back after winger Mark Calderwood scored the first of their nine tries – his eighth in five matches – with only 45 seconds on the clock. That was much to the delight of a 5,000 following among the 10,088 crowd – Huddersfield’s best for seven years.

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Leeds have now scored 21 tries without the mercurial talents of injured half-back Danny McGuire – and on this form, they look virtually unstoppable.  The Giants, who have lost 12 of their 13 Super League meetings with Leeds, maintained their new reputation for being slow-starters as they went 18-0 down inside 22 minutes.

Calderwood supported Kevin Sinfield’s break to score the first try before the home side had even touched the ball. He also collected Sinfield’s high kick to get full-back Richard Mathers over for a touchdown on his 50th start for the club.
Huddersfield’s prospects looked especially bleak when Mathers carved out a try for Chris McKenna – but the introduction of substitute hooker Sean Penkywicz livened up the home side, who produced their most impressive spell of the game.
Stand-off Chris Thorman set up a try for winger Hefin O’Hare. But normal service was resumed when the ever-dangerous Sinfield broke clear to send Walker over for Leeds’ fourth try just before half-time.

Giants prop Jim Gannon took Penkywicz’s pass to grab a deserved try, converted by Thorman, five minutes into the second half. But there was no way back for the home side when McKenna raced on to Andrew Dunemann’s pass to claim his second try.

Gannon was sin-binned on 52 minutes for holding down in the tackle, and the Rhinos added tries through Walker and Rob Burrow while their hosts were down to 12 men.

Huddersfield continued to battle away, but the Rhinos rubbed salt into their wounds with further late tries from Mathers and second rower Jamie Jones-Buchanan.  Captain Sinfield kicked all nine conversions to complete an impressive overall display.
 

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