• Leeds Rhinos
  • 16 - 20

  • Warrington Wolves
  • Leeds Rhinos
  • HT 4 - 10
  • Warrington Wolves
27th May 2022 | KO 19:00 | Headingley Stadium | Reserves League

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Leeds Rhinos Reserves 16 Warrington Wolves Reserves 20

The Rhinos Reserves lost out 16-20 to Warrington Reserves at Headingley in their seventh game of the season.

Warrington raced into an early lead, scoring 10 points within the first five minutes. Tries from Dan Brewin and Riley Dean after nice play down the right-wing gave Warrington a deserved lead.

Rhinos fought hard to get back into the game and managed to get themselves within six points of Warrington going into half-time. A penalty given away by Warrington deep into their own half gave the Rhinos a great opportunity, which was taken by Jack Broadbent, but not converted.

Rhinos started the second half well, putting lots of pressure onto Warrington’s back line. This pressure was too much for Warrington as Jack Sinfield dummied his way past the defence and managed to get the ball down. Sinfield then converted his try to level things up just over ten minutes into the second-half.

The game was then flipped on its head after Muizz Mustapha was shown a red card for a dangerous tackle on Ellis Longstaff. This left rhinos a man down with just under twenty minutes to play.

Warrington managed to retake the lead with ten minutes left as Jack Darbyshire just managed to get over the line despite a stern defence from the Rhinos. However, the conversion was missed, meaning Warrington only held a slender 14-10 lead.

Rhinos, despite being a man down, responded late on when Jack Broadbent danced his way through the Warrington defence, putting the ball down between the sticks, levelling the game with his second try of the night. Broadbent then stepped up to convert his own try, giving the Rhinos a hard-fought 16-14 lead with five minutes to play.

However, there was heartbreak for the Rhinos as Warrington managed to get a last gasp winner. Jack Darbyshire scored his second try of the evening after a brilliant passing play from right to left. The try was then converted by Riley Dean to give the Wolves a 16-20 lead.

A disappointing result on the evening for the Rhinos but still plenty of positives for Chev Walker and his team to take from that robust performance. The Rhinos Rreserves are back in action again on the 10th of June when the Salford Red Devils come to Stanningley.

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Leeds Rhinos Reserves 16 Warrington Wolves Reserves 20

The Rhinos Reserves lost out 16-20 to Warrington Reserves at Headingley in their seventh game of the season.

Warrington raced into an early lead, scoring 10 points within the first five minutes. Tries from Dan Brewin and Riley Dean after nice play down the right-wing gave Warrington a deserved lead.

Rhinos fought hard to get back into the game and managed to get themselves within six points of Warrington going into half-time. A penalty given away by Warrington deep into their own half gave the Rhinos a great opportunity, which was taken by Jack Broadbent, but not converted.

Rhinos started the second half well, putting lots of pressure onto Warrington’s back line. This pressure was too much for Warrington as Jack Sinfield dummied his way past the defence and managed to get the ball down. Sinfield then converted his try to level things up just over ten minutes into the second-half.

The game was then flipped on its head after Muizz Mustapha was shown a red card for a dangerous tackle on Ellis Longstaff. This left rhinos a man down with just under twenty minutes to play.

Warrington managed to retake the lead with ten minutes left as Jack Darbyshire just managed to get over the line despite a stern defence from the Rhinos. However, the conversion was missed, meaning Warrington only held a slender 14-10 lead.

Rhinos, despite being a man down, responded late on when Jack Broadbent danced his way through the Warrington defence, putting the ball down between the sticks, levelling the game with his second try of the night. Broadbent then stepped up to convert his own try, giving the Rhinos a hard-fought 16-14 lead with five minutes to play.

However, there was heartbreak for the Rhinos as Warrington managed to get a last gasp winner. Jack Darbyshire scored his second try of the evening after a brilliant passing play from right to left. The try was then converted by Riley Dean to give the Wolves a 16-20 lead.

A disappointing result on the evening for the Rhinos but still plenty of positives for Chev Walker and his team to take from that robust performance. The Rhinos Rreserves are back in action again on the 10th of June when the Salford Red Devils come to Stanningley.

Team Performance

Goals

2

2

Tries

3

4

Player Performance

PlayerTRGLDGYCRCI+I-
Mackenzie Turner0000000
Jack Smith0000000
Mekhi Bridgeman-Reaney0000000
Jack Broadbent2100000
Neil Tchamambe0000000
Jack Sinfield1100000
Cameron Berry0000000
Muizz Mustapha0000100
Corey Johnson0000000
Tom Holroyd0000000
Sam Walters0000000
Joe Gibbons0000000
Joe Hird0000000
Interchanges
Jarrod O'Connor0000000
Jake Higgins0000000
Nathan Snee0000000
Danny Salkeld0000000
PlayerTRGLDGYCRCI+I-
Noah Booth0000000
Jake Thewlis0000000
Jack Darbyshire2000000
Dan Brewin2000000
Zac Bardsley-Rowe0000000
Riley Dean0200000
Leon Hayes0000000
Morgan Burgess0000000
Tom Inman0000000
Luke Thomas0000000
Nolan Tupaea0000000
Ellis Longstaff0000000
Jacob Gannon0000000
Interchanges
Lucas Green0000000
Jamie Redcliffe0000000
Noah High0000000
Aiden Doolan0000000
Stats Key
  • TR: Tries
  • RD: Red Cards
  • GL: Goals
  • I+: Interchange On
  • DG: Drop Goals
  • I-: Interchange Off
  • YC: Yellow Cards