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Warrington Wolves 33 Leeds Rhinos 16

10th September 2005

By Leeds Rhinos

Seldom, if ever before, can a league match between Leeds and Warrington have been as hyped up as this encounter such was the interest in the arrival of Australian legend Andrew Johns.

The Rhinos endured a nightmare opening when Burrow knocked on with the first touch of the game and from the ensuing scrum Warrington scored the opening try through Henry Fa'afili. Johns adding the touchline conversion.
Leeds regathered themselves and after a quick tap from a penalty from Ward, Mathers saw a gap and sprinted over from short range to score. Sinfield's conversion making it 6-6.

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Johns added penalty before Martin Gleeson powered his way over for a try. Johns’ conversion made it 14-6 after 28 minutes.  Shortly afterwards Brent Grose dummied to kick and Lauitiiti hesitated allowing the full back to sprint through for the Wolves third try of the half.

The Rhinos hit back before halftime when McGuire used all his strength and pace to burst through 20 metres out and fed Diskin for the try under the posts. Sinfield conversion was the last act of the half and left it 18-12 to the home side.

Leeds scored first at the start of the half. Sinfield found Lauitiiti who slipped a pass out to McGuire before looping round to collect the return. The giant Kiwi drew the man before passing round the corner to Walker who set Bai away for the try.
However, Johns then created the gamebreaking try racing passed the despairing tackle of Ward before drawing Mathers and putting Swann away for the try.

On 67 minutes there was a crucial moment. It looked as if the Rhinos had scored a spectacular length of the field score. Marcus Bai picked up a wild Warrington pass on his own line before racing down field, on the 20 metre line he passed back inside to McGuire who returned the favour to beat the last defender. However, as Bai turned to celebrate he saw referee Ashley Klein stood back on the Leeds try line signalling a penalty for offside. Johns kicked the penalty and Warrington stretched their lead to ten points.

Johns then added a drop goal with ten minutes remaining and Nathan Wood sealed the win with a try two minutes from time.
 

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