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Leeds Rhinos 48 London Broncos 6

3rd March 2002

By Leeds Rhinos

Andy Hay scored a sensational four tries to help the Rhinos to a massive 48-6 win in the opening game of Tetley’s Super League VII at Headingley.

It was an impressive performance by Daryl Powell's men as they again held the opposition to just one try for the third game running. The result was made all the more impressive by the fact that Leeds lost both their first choice half backs, Ryan Sheridan and Ben Walker, in the opening 30 minutes. Sheridan has a slight hamstring strain whilst Ben Walker took a bang to the knee and neither player was risked for the remainder of the game.

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 Leeds opened the scoring through Matt Adamson after four minutes as he reacted quickest to a spilled ball by Nigel Roy and from there Leeds never looked back. Hay scored his first with a typical powerful burst close in after a sensational passage of skill involving St Hilaire, Calderwood and Cummins down the South Stand touchline.

 Darren Fleary was then on hand to score his first try for nearly two seasons and the Great Britain prop gave a joyful celebration after touching down.

Hay then completed his hat-trick however two of the best tries of the day came between those two scores when Kevin Sinfield first scored his own try and then set up one for Rob Burrow with an audacious dummy from a tap penalty before finding Burrow to score.

 Matthew Diskin darted over for a try from dummy half but there was no doubting the man of the day as Andy Hay was again on hand to score his fourth try after grabbing a loose pass and holding off two would be London tacklers.

The Broncos only score came from Michael Gillett midway through the second half.

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