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Warrington Wolves v Leeds Rhinos, 5th March, 5.45pm

28th February 2011

By Leeds Rhinos

The Rhinos travel to the Halliwell Jones Stadium for their next Engage Super League fixture on Saturday 5th March, kick off 5.45pm

Warrington will go into the game boosted by their first win in 22 games over neighbours St Helens in their last fixture whilst the Rhinos will be aiming to bounce back from their first defeat of the season against Harlequins.

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The Rhinos have won eight of their last ten league fixtures against Warrington, two last season, but this will be the first meeting between the sides since the Challenge Cup Final last season when the Wolves clinched their second consecutive Cup title.

Tony Smith strengthened his team for the 2011 with just two new signings, former Canberra player Joel Monaghan and the 2009 Man of Steel Brett Hodgson, who has already registered 8 points for his new side in the opening three games. Captained by former Leeds legend Adrian Morley, the Wolves are one of the favourites to claim the Super League title this year, ending a wait of 56 years for the Warrington faithful.

Tickets and travel are on sale for the Leeds Rhinos away match against Warrington Wolves. The tickets we have for the stadium allow you into standing areas in the West Stand behind the posts; they are priced at £18 for Adults, £12 for Students (with a valid student card) and Senior Citizens (Over 60 years of age) and Juniors. Junior season ticket holders are advised to exchange their away voucher for this game before travelling. Disabled tickets are priced at £12 and helper tickets are also available if required and upon production of valid ID.

Official coach travel for this match is priced at £15 with 5% discount for Season Ticket Holders, Bronze Members and Rhinos 4 Life Members. The coach will depart from Car Park F on St Michael’s Lane at 2.30pm. To book either tickets or travel please call the Ticket Office Hotline on 0871 423 13 15 (calls are charged at 10p per minute) or book online click here.

Please note – ticket prices increase by £1 on the day of the game.

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Warrington Wolves 40 Leeds Rhinos 24

5th March 2011

By Leeds Rhinos

A first half blitz from Warrington Wolves was enough to put the hosts in a position to beat the Rhinos at Halliwell Jones.

Leeds led 8-0 at the end of the first quarter but then conceded four tries to trail 22-8 at the break and they were never able to recover.

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Lee Smith started on the wing for the Rhinos in place of Ben Jones-Bishop, who was amongst the replacements, whilst Weller Hauraki started in the second row alongside Ali Lauitiiti with Carl Ablett starting at loose forward.

In the front row Jamie Jones-Buchanan moved up to replace the injured Kylie Leuluai and there was a welcome return for Brent Webb at full back.

Leeds found themselves on the wrong side of referee Steve Ganson in the opening exchanges as they were twice penalised at the ruck area. Warrington earned a repeat set when Brent Webb was penned in the in goal but they were unable to unlock the visitors defence.

The Wolves had a great chance from a kick by Lee Briers but Chris Riley failed to get the ball down and the chance went begging.

The visitors were left to rue that missed opportunity after eleven minutes when a wonderful miss pass from Kevin Sinfield released Lee Smith down the wing. Smith flew passed Riley before passing back inside to Sinfield who offloaded to Kallum Watkins to score between the posts. The decision wen to video referee Phil Bentham but there was no doubt and Sinfield's conversion put the Rhinos into a 6-0 lead.

That lead was extended by Sinfield after 19 minutes when Riley was penalised for crossing as he came back from collecting a deep kick.

However, the home side turned the game in their favour with three tries in five minutes. The first came straight from the restart at the penalty when Ali Lauitiiti knocked on the kick off and Kallum Watkins then picked up the ball from an offside position. The Wolves were clinical this time and the impressive youngster Rhys Evans crossed for the try. Lee Briers was then gifted the second try when he intercepted Weller Hauraki's pass. Finally, a 60 metre flowing move eventually saw Richie Myler cross from Evan' s pass. Brett Hodgson converted the first and last try to make it 16-8.

There was a nervous moment for the Rhinos with three minutes remaining in the half when captain Kevin Sinfield appeared to suffer a serious injury however after a lengthy period of treatment he was able to regain his feet and continue.

However, the Rhinos suffered a blow with the last play of the first half. Leeds lost possession on half way with 28 seconds remaining and Michael Monaghan was quickest to react, chipping into the corner for Riley to win the footrace with Jones-Bishop to score. Hodgson added the conversion to make it 22-8 at the break.

It got worse for the Rhinos at the start of the second half after another mistake, this time from Ben Cross, gifted Warrington the ball. The Wolves took full advantage as Simon Grix crossed for a try from close range. Hodgson added the conversion to make it 28-8 after 42 minutes.

The Rhinos were making too many mistakes to mount a fightback and they were made to pay when Briers got out of the tackle and fed Joel Monaghan for the winger to score after 55 minutes. Hodgson added the conversion to put his side 34-8 in front.

The visitors did rally after that but they had left themselves with a mountain to climb. The first try came from Brent Webb when he dipped low to take Sinfield's grubber kick and score between the posts. Sinfield added the conversion leaving the score 34-14 after 58 minutes.

The Rhinos got another try back when Joel Monaghan attempted to intercept Webb's wide pass but could only knock it down and Ryan Hall reacted quickly to pick up and go over. Sinfield was off target on this occasion.

However, the result was effectively sealed with eleven minutes to go when Mickey Higham forced his way over from dummy half. Hodgson added the conversion to make it 40-18 to the hosts.

The Rhinos got a consolation try with a minute to go when Hall crossed for his second try of the game, converted by Sinfield but it did not disguise the fact that the Wolves were good value for their victory, final score 40-24.

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