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Wigan Warriors 14 Leeds Rhinos 38

15th April 2005

By Leeds Rhinos

Leeds came from 12-6 down to gain their biggest-ever away win over Wigan.

The Rhinos dropped three of their six points at the JJB Stadium in 2004 but they safely negotiated a tricky hurdle against committed opponents who faded badly towards the end.

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Wigan scored from their first attack after the Rhinos had dominated the early exchanges. Scrum-half Dennis Moran produced an electrifying burst to get Radlinski over for the game's first try.

With both sides making errors with the greasy ball, there was little momentum from either team but the game opened up even more when front rowers Jerry Seuseu and Barrie McDermott were sin-binned on 11 minutes for fighting.

Richard Mathers produced a last-gasp tackle to halt Danny Tickle short of the line and, as play swung to the other end, Senior grabbed his first try, courtesy of Andrew Dunemann's long pass.

Radlinski restored his side's lead on 23 minutes, Tickle kicked his second goal but the champions hit their straps with two tries in five minutes.

Willie Poching made the most of a weaving run from Rob Burrow by forcing his way over the line and then Senior scored his second after Burrow had cleverly flicked on a pass by Ali Lauitiiti. Sinfield was off target for the first time with the conversion.

The Warriors cut the deficit to just two points with a Tickle penalty on 57 minutes.  But Leeds stretched their lead on the hour mark when Botham took Dunemann's pass from dummy half and dived over.

Sinfield added the conversion to make it 22-14 and that was the signal for the champions to cut loose.  Poching's wonder pass got left winger Marcus Bai over at the corner, Lauitiiti took Sinfield's offload to score and Mark Calderwood grabbed a last-minute try to pile on the misery for the home side.

Sinfield took his goal tally to four before handing over to Burrow, who added the final conversion to complete the scoring.
 

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