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Wakefield Wildcats 26 Leeds Rhinos 32

16th March 2007

By Leeds Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos bounced back to winning ways with victory over Wakefield at Belle Vue.

The Rhinos began the game in outstanding fashion, running in four tries to go in 24-6 up at the interval. He second half though was a different tale, with Leeds having to hold on as the Wildcats staged a fantastic comeback, scoring three tries in just over ten minutes. It was Ryan Bailey’s try though that proved to be the crucial difference.

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It took just six minutes for Leeds to get off the mark after good play from Matt Diskin, Danny McGuire and Jordan Tansey sent Scott Donald in at the left corner. Seven minutes later Leeds had extended their lead through the returning Keith Senior, who again went in at the corner and this time Sinfield made no mistake with the conversion. Moments later tempers began to fray when Paul March caught Rob Burrow late and it was not long before referee Ashley Klein sent Senior and Olivier Elima to the sin bin for fighting and they were quickly followed by Paul March for a professional foul.
Leeds took advantage and stand in full back Jordan Tansey scored for the Rhinos before Danny McGuire crossed over and put Leeds 24-0 up.

Just before half time Jeffries gave the homeside a life line with late try and Jamie Rooney converted. Within eight minutes of the restart the Wildcats had scored two more tries to cut Leeds' lead to eight points. It was Jeffries once again who provided the inspiration setting up former Leeds player Peter Fox for two tries, but Rooney was only able to convert Fox's second. Wakefield then began to pile the pressure on Leeds and this soon paid off when Atkins touched down a grubber kick from Brett Ferres in the 54th minute. Rooney again was unable to land the conversion but it was enough to make for a nervous ending as Leeds tried desperately to keep hold of their lead. Ryan Bailey helped ease the strain with his second try of the season, but Wakefield still continued to pressure Leeds and Atkins claimed his second try of the game. Rob Burrow scored a penalty for Leeds before Sinfield added another two-pointer in the last minute to give Leeds the 32-26 win.
 

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