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Leeds Rhinos 70 Wigan Warriors 0

18th June 2005

By Leeds Rhinos

There was a sense of deja vu for Ian Millward at Headingley as the Rhinos won 70-0 against his team for the second season running.

The win was the Rhinos biggest ever over Wigan and was also Wigan's biggest ever defeat eclipsing the 58-3 beating also handed out at Headingley back in October 1972.

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The Rhinos opened the scoring through Rob Burrow before Mark Calderwood then set up Chev Walker to race over on 20 minutes. Sinfield's conversion doubled the lead.

It took the Rhinos another six minutes to cross the whitewash again. Dunemann produced a brilliant individual run to burst clear and sidestep passed Moran to score his first try of the season. Sinfield added the conversion.
After 32 minutes Barrie McDermott finished off a sensational passage of the play for the home side's fourth try.

There was no let up for the Warriors at the start of the second half. Mark Calderwood was quickest to react to a loose pass by Wigan and he dribbled ahead to touch down. Then in the next set McGuire was on hand to support Lauitiiti and sprinted in from 20 metres out.
Straight from the kick off Senior took the pass from Dunemann and smashed his way through the Wigan defence to score from 65 metres out. Sinfield converting all three tries to make it 42-0.

Walker was then awarded his second try by the video ref leaving the Rhinos leading 46-0.  Barrie McDermott then scored his second try of the game before Calderwood matched the efforts of Walker and McDermott with his second try.

The Rhinos were just as impressive on defence, Lauitiiti put a thunderous hit in on Joel Tomkins on the Leeds 30 metre line, jarring the ball out and McGuire picked up and raced through to score under the posts giving Burrow a straight forward conversion to extend the lead to 62-0.

Lauitiiti then got the try that his hard work deserved, forcing his way over from close range before Burrow touched down with a minute remaining as he brushed off two would be tacklers to bring up the 70 point mark.
 

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