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Warrington Wolves 10 Leeds Rhinos 28

16th May 1999

By Leeds Rhinos

A comfortable 28-10 success for the Rhino’s who dominated the game almost from the first kick to the last.

The Rhino's virtually had the points wrapped up by the half-time hooter such was their dominance in the first 40 minutes.
Francis Cummins touched down for an early try which Iestyn Harris manufactured and converted, and from that point there was only ever going to be one winner.
Marvin Golden added another try which Harris converted, and then Harris touched down himself to ease the Rhino's into a comfortable lead.
Toa Kohe-Love brought the Wolves back in the game almost immediately after the interval with a superb individual try which was converted, and that sparked off the best spell of the game for the Wolves.
The Rhino's had to defend solidly, but they stood firm and when Francis Cummins added his second try of the night, the Rhino's were back in control and well on course for maximum points.

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A fine night for Cummins was rounded off when Iestyn Harris unselfishly laid on a third try for him, which Harris comfortably converted.
Kohe-Love brought some respectability to the score with a late Wolves try, but the Rhino's held on to take a valuable two points.
Leeds head coach was understandably delighted with his side's 28-10 victory at Warrington – which hoisted the Rhinos to joint third in the table.
Murray said: "We have had a hard road recently, and it is never easy to win at Wilderspool, so it's even more pleasing.
"I was pleased with the set-completions, and overall it was a good win. We have got a complete football team here, but we

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