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London Broncos 32 Leeds Rhinos 24

9th July 2005

By Leeds Rhinos

The Rhinos slipped to only their third defeat of the season after letting a 24-8 lead to suffer a 32-24 defeat to London Broncos in Perpignan.

Marcus Bai opened the scoring after six minutes after supporting the break by Senior. Rob Burrow coolly added the conversion.

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The Rhinos extended their lead ten minutes later when Richard Mathers scored one of the tries of the season with a sensational 85 metre break.

Leeds scored straight from the re-start when Dunemann raced through the cover and fed McGuire to score, Burrow converted to make it 16-0 after 20 minutes.

London then hit back after 24 minutes when Mark McLinden broke the line before kicking to the corner and Nick Bradley-Qalilawa won the race for the touchdown.

Matt Diskin then made his first appearance for eight months spurring Leeds to turn defence into attack when Rob Burrow produced a raking 40:20 kick to deep into London territory.  From the scrum, Danny McGuire set up Mark Calderwood to touch down in the corner.

The Rhinos could have scored again but McGuire’s pass was intercepted by Leuluai who ran 80 metres and managed to score in the corner to make it 20-8 to Leeds.

Matt Diskin produced a trademark piece of dummy half play to set up the next try at the start of the second half. On the last tackle his kick rebounded off a London defender and he regather to feed Lauitiiti, he in turn passed to Senior to make it 24-8 after 54 minutes.

Next a brilliant offload by Leuluai found McLinden who fed Luke Dorn five metres out and he crashed over for the try. Sykes conversion made it 24-14 on the hour mark.

Three minutes later and London were in again when Mark O'Halloran held off two defenders to touch down in the corner and Sykes again added a brilliant conversion to bring London within four points of the Rhinos.

The comeback was complete with 12 minutes to go when Bradley-Qalilawa was on hand to scoot through and Sykes again converted to give London the lead for the first time in the game.

The Broncos then sealed victory with four minutes remaining when Thomas Leuluai crossed for his second try of the game next to the posts and Sykes conversion sealed the win.
 

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