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Warrington Wolves 22 Leeds Rhinos 46

23rd July 2005

By Leeds Rhinos

Leeds got the first try of the night after three minutes when Ellis drew two defenders before off loading to allow Chev Walker to power his way over. Rob Burrow added the conversion.

However, Warrington grew in ascendancy and gained their first points through a Graham Appo penalty.  They crossed for a try next when Mark Hilton put full back Brent Grose through the gap and he raced in to score from 20 metres out. Appo added the conversion.

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Matt Diskin got the Rhinos back in front, sneaking in from dummy half, Burrow's conversion giving the Rhinos a 12-8 lead after 24 minutes.  Having won the ball against the head at a scrum, Leeds quickly gained position from a penalty and Leeds spread play before McKenna passed over his head to release Calderwood, who unselfishly passed to Walker to score. Burrow converted brilliantly from the touchline.

With the half drawing a close, Warrington got themselves back in the game eventually scoring through Logan Swann outwide.  With eight minutes gone in the half the scrum half was on hand to take an off load from Lauitiiti and raced in to score under the posts.

On the hour mark the Rhinos were in again with a spectacular try set up by McGuire who passed to Burrow one handed, he found McKenna, and the forward put Senior in at the corner. Burrow again converted.

Warrington eventually got a try in the second half with 12 minutes remaining. The try was created by Lee Briers, his reverse pass sent Henry Fa'afili in to score.

The Wolves had their tails up now and looked as if they could score again however their hopes and the game were thrown away by a loose kick from Logan Swann. Marcus Bai collected on his own try line and raced 100 metres to score.

Mark Calderwood then made the extra man out wide and skirted round the cover to score another however there was still time for Fa'afili to squeeze in at the corner but it was a mere consolation for Warrington and only served to rile the Rhinos.

With 20 seconds remaining on the clock, Leeds were awarded a scrum twenty metres from the Wolves line. Instead of playing out time, the Rhinos rushed to set the scrum and stop the clock. From the scrum, Burrow found Mathers and he kicked a perfectly weighted kick to the corner for Marcus Bai to finish off the game.
 

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