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Wigan Warriors 12 Leeds Rhinos 12

3rd September 2004

By Leeds Rhinos

Super League leaders Leeds Rhinos showed their championship credentials by coming from behind to take a 12-12 draw from Wigan Warriors at The JJB Stadium.

The Rhinos produced a poor first half display against Wigan and trailed 8-0 at the interval.  But Danny McGuire took his tally for the season to 35 with a brace in the second period as the Rhinos hit back to extend their unbeaten run.

WP – Home MPU

Wigan – the last team to defeat Leeds, in June – made a superb start, with Brian Carney racing 60 metres up the wing in the third minute to open the scoring.

Andy Farrell kicked the touchline conversion and also added a penalty as the Warriors, who are chasing third place in the table, moved 8-0 up inside 11 minutes.
 
Leeds' early display was riddled with errors inside their own half.  The Rhinos' defence, though, held firm at the other end under some immense pressure with Martin Aspinwall, Adrian Lam, and Danny Tickle all going close before the break.

Leeds dominated the early stages of the second period, with Farrell standing firm to deny Jamie Jones-Buchanan and Danny Ward and Keith Senior being stopped short.

They finally broke the deadlock on 51 minutes, with Matt Diskin racing past Craig Smith before drawing Kris Radlinski and sending McGuire in.

Sinfield goaled, but a Farrell penalty edged Wigan away at 10-6 before Leeds scored a wonderful try to move in front.
Ali Lauitiiti and Chris McKenna kept the ball alive before McGuire danced through a gap, and Mathers and Senior linked before the stand off supported to juggle the pass before diving in.

Sinfield again goaled, but Wigan quickly looked to hit back, with Marcus Bai producing a try-saving tackle on Martin Aspinwall after Sean O'Loughlin's kick and Brett Dallas just unable to collect Luke Robinson's grubber.

Farrell levelled matters at 12-all with another penalty, after Wayne McDonald caught Adrian Lam high.  Both sides searched for a winning score in the final ten minutes, but neither were able to set up a drop goal attempt before a desperate last-gasp raid for Leeds ended in vain.

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