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Wigan Warriors 4 Leeds Rhinos 13

11th June 1999

By Leeds Rhinos

In what could be the last trip to Central Park the Rhinos were back to their indestructable best.

Only a first rate defensive effort from the home side stopped this game from being an even wider margin and the Rhinos walked out of the famous old arena with their heads held high.
Graham Murray, who at times was visibly emotional about the whole effort recorded his third victory of his career at Central Park and his troops did him proud.
Despite intense early pressure the Warriors were the first to score through Cassidy who found an opening down the left to score.
Undetered the Rhinos fought back and on the brink of the first half born again stand off Jamie Mathiou sold one of the sweetest dummies of all time to unlock the previoulsy water-tight Wigan line. His first ever try for the club could have come a moment to soon. Harris' conversion put the Rhinos in front and as if a carbon copy of last years Grand Final it was the Rhinos who now had the upper hand going in at half time.
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WP – Home MPU

Leeds continued to apply the pressure on John Monie's team, in what would turn out to be his last game with the club.
Three times the video referee was called upon to adjudicate and on all three occasions the answer was no try.
Marvin Golden seemed to be the harshest done by when he looked to have had enough momentum for the line but the TV ref adjudged he had been held up.
However, a special time calls for a special player and there are none more special than the Welsh Wizard who having chased Paul Steling's kick up field and gained head and feed at the scrum he passed the ball with one hand falling to the ground around three Wigan tacklers to Sterling to score in the corner.
He added a drop goal to finish the evening and the large contingent of Rhinos fans were sent home with smiles as wide as the M62 itself.

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