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Leeds Rhinos U16 30 Warrington Wolves U16 16

The Rhinos Under 16s got back to winning ways against a tough Warrington outfit at Stanningley as they took the early advantage, leading 14-0 at half time, before hold off a rally from the visitors to win 30-16.

The Rhinos lost their first game of the season last week at Wigan but showed their quality against a Wolves side that had defeated the Warriors earlier this season.
 
Leeds ran in three tries in the first half with Dewsbury Moor player Brad Martin crossing for the second after winger Ben Selby had opened the scoring whilst Alfie Goddard, from Stanley Rangers, scoring the other. Stand off Harvey Spence kicked one goal at his home ground of Stanningley.
 
Replacement Harry Georgiou extended the lead at the start of the second half with his sides fourth try of the game.
 
Warrington finally got off the mark after 50 minutes when centre George Whitham before replacement Jordan Brown put the game back in the mix with his side’s second try after 55 minutes. Brad Holroyd converted the latter to put his side ten points behind the Rhinos.
 
The Wolves were now on a roll and they made the most of their momentum when prop Matt Heritage crossed for a try. Holroyd kicked the conversion and suddenly the visitors were within a try of levelling the game.
 
The Rhinos though managed to get a foot hold in the game and finished strongly when vice captain Loui McConnell scored just after the hour mark, with Harvey Spence kicking the conversion to re-establish a ten point lead.
 
The home side then made sure of the win with ten minutes to go when Goddard went in for his second try of the game on the last tackle to make the final score 30-16.

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Leeds Rhinos U16 30 Warrington Wolves U16 16

The Rhinos Under 16s got back to winning ways against a tough Warrington outfit at Stanningley as they took the early advantage, leading 14-0 at half time, before hold off a rally from the visitors to win 30-16.

The Rhinos lost their first game of the season last week at Wigan but showed their quality against a Wolves side that had defeated the Warriors earlier this season.
 
Leeds ran in three tries in the first half with Dewsbury Moor player Brad Martin crossing for the second after winger Ben Selby had opened the scoring whilst Alfie Goddard, from Stanley Rangers, scoring the other. Stand off Harvey Spence kicked one goal at his home ground of Stanningley.
 
Replacement Harry Georgiou extended the lead at the start of the second half with his sides fourth try of the game.
 
Warrington finally got off the mark after 50 minutes when centre George Whitham before replacement Jordan Brown put the game back in the mix with his side’s second try after 55 minutes. Brad Holroyd converted the latter to put his side ten points behind the Rhinos.
 
The Wolves were now on a roll and they made the most of their momentum when prop Matt Heritage crossed for a try. Holroyd kicked the conversion and suddenly the visitors were within a try of levelling the game.
 
The Rhinos though managed to get a foot hold in the game and finished strongly when vice captain Loui McConnell scored just after the hour mark, with Harvey Spence kicking the conversion to re-establish a ten point lead.
 
The home side then made sure of the win with ten minutes to go when Goddard went in for his second try of the game on the last tackle to make the final score 30-16.