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Warrington Wolves 26 Leeds Rhinos 22

4th July 2004

By Leeds Rhinos

Leeds recorded an emphatic win on their first visit to the Halliwell Jones Stadium.

The Rhinos opening the scoring when Dunemann put the Wolves defence under pressure with a towering bomb which the Rhinos retained and through quick hands across the pitch, Lauitiiti was able get the ball to Senior who rolled to the feet of Marcus Bai, who scooped up to score in the corner.

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Chev Walker sped in for a second shortly afterwards with Kevin Sinfield landing both touchline conversions.
Warrington fought back and Brent Grose crossed before Nat Wood took advantage of a lapse in defence to touch down the loose ball.

Leeds then recovered to re-establish their lead, with Wainwright in the bin, Diskin forced his way over and then Francis Cummins scored.

McGuire then appeared off the bench and his first try was down to his incredible eye for a gap and blistering pace as he took the ball from the scrum and raced across the Warrington backline on an arcing run to score in the corner.

Chris McKenna then got onto the scoring act, latching onto a beautifully timed pass by Rob Burrow after good work by props Wayne McDonald and Danny Ward to changed the direction of play.

However, the pick of the tries was the last. A short kick by Lee Briers appeared to have caught McGuire, who had reverted to full back, unawares however he was in full control. Timing the collection of the ball perfectly he stepped two would-be tacklers in his first stride and then raced straight through to score under the posts.
 

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