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St Helens 38 Leeds Rhinos 24

27th May 2005

By Leeds Rhinos

The Rhinos suffered their first away defeat of the season against St Helens at Knowsley Road with a hat trick from Jamie Jones-Buchanan the highlight of the night.

Saints were buoyed by the arrival of new coach Daniel Anderson but they got off to the worst possible start when Marcus Bai touched down after just four minutes.

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Saints hit back three minutes later through Paul Anderson, the giant prop took a short pass off Sean Long and the video ref confirmed that he had just got the ball down.

Albert then extended the home sides lead, Long’s second goal made the lead 12-4.  Sinfield elected to kick for goal from a penalty to bring Leeds back to within six points after 15 minutes.

Long scored a converted try next then Vinnie Anderson got the benefit of the doubt from the video ref as he stretched for the line and managed to put the ball down with his finger tips.

Long converted and then added a penalty before the Rhinos gave themselves a lifeline. A brilliant short kick off from Sinfield that created the opening. He dribbled the ball to the forty metre line and McGuire was on hand to snatch the bobbling ball. Leeds worked the ball downfield before Sinfield broke the line and fed Jamie Jones-Buchanan to score under the posts, the captain’s conversion making it 26-12 at half time.

Ian Hardman just managed to get the ball down and Saints got their third try of the night from video ref Dave Campbell at the start of the second half.

The home side wrapped up the win through a try from Paul Sculthorpe leaving the Rhinos trailing 38-12 however Jones-Buchanan completed his first hat trick for the club. His second try came from a sensational cross field kick from Calderwood, which the second row caught and touched down in the same movement.

Then three minutes later he showed a great turn of pace to support Danny McGuire’s break and took the score to 24-38 with ten minutes left but it was too little, too late for the Rhinos.
 

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