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Leeds Rhinos 42 Leigh Centuriona 24

20th May 2005

By Leeds Rhinos

Just seven days earlier the Rhinos had ran out 60-4 winners at Leigh and the visitors again looked to have little answer to Leeds’ power and pace in the first half but produced an outstanding second 40 minutes to give the Champions the fright of their lives.

After nine minutes Richard Mathers created the extra man out wide to touch down in the corner and Sinfield’s conversion made it 6-0.

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Straight from the kick off Willie Poching broke the line and then fed McGuire who out paced former Rhino Robbie Mears to touch down under the posts, Sinfield’s goal doubling the lead.

Mark Leafa touched down following what looked like a dubious penalty, Jones’ conversion made it 12-6 after 15 minutes.
However, the Rhinos soon hit back McGuire found McKenna who cut in from the wing to score, Sinfield added the extras to make it 18-6.

After 26 minutes Ellis got the try his work deserved when he brilliantly jinked his way to the line, Sinfield’s conversion made the half time score 24-6.

Leigh came roaring out of the traps at the start of the second half scoring two tries in four minutes through Phil Jones and Dom Feaunati, Jones double with the boot bringing the visitors to back within a converted score.

The nightmare continued for Leeds when full back John Wilshere broke through the Leeds cover to touch down next to the posts and Jones’ conversion levelled the game.

Suddenly Leeds were woken from their slumber and when Poching intercepted a loose pass by Leigh, he raced clear to find McGuire for his second try on the night. Sinfield extended the lead to six points on the hour mark.

Mark Calderwood then used his quick foot work to skip away from the defence from 5 metres out and Sinfield gave the Rhinos a 36-24 lead.

The flying wingman got his second try which owed much to the initial blistering break by Marcus Bai, who passed onto his wing colleague on the half way so he could race clear and seal a 42-24 win for the Rhinos.
 

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