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Salford City Reds 30 Leeds Rhinos 38

Graham Murray’s team inflicted more woe on the Salford Reds on Wednesday night, with a 30-38 away victory . It was the 14th consecutive Super League defeat for the Reds, in a more comfortable win than the scoreline suggests for Leeds.

The Rhino's were 6-16 up at the break, and then just before the hour took a 6-38 advantage, and then seemed to take their foot of the gas.
Salford tried to fight back in the second half, with Steve Blakeley at the hub of everything for the Reds, but Leeds were strong enough to hold on for the two points.
Francis Cummins was the main points scoring hero for Leeds, with two tries and two goals to his credit.
Add to Cummins scores, two tries from Marcus St Hilaire, one each for Anthony Farrell, Darren Fleary and Ryan Sheridan, and three more goals by Iestyn Harris, and you get the 38 points and the victory, which keeps them firmly in the pack chasing league leaders St Helens.

 

Francis Cummins was the main points scoring hero for Leeds, with two tries and two goals to his credit.
Add to Cummins scores, two tries from Marcus St Hilaire, one each for Anthony Farrell, Darren Fleary and Ryan Sheridan, and three more goals by Iestyn Harris, and you get the 38 points and the victory, which keeps them firmly in the pack chasing league leaders St Helens.
A 40 point win for the visitors would have seen them climb back into the top five and that certainly looked on the cards with 20 minutes to go.
The result condemned the hosts to their 10th consecutive defeat – equalling Castleford's start to the 1997

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Salford City Reds 30 Leeds Rhinos 38

Graham Murray’s team inflicted more woe on the Salford Reds on Wednesday night, with a 30-38 away victory . It was the 14th consecutive Super League defeat for the Reds, in a more comfortable win than the scoreline suggests for Leeds.

The Rhino's were 6-16 up at the break, and then just before the hour took a 6-38 advantage, and then seemed to take their foot of the gas.
Salford tried to fight back in the second half, with Steve Blakeley at the hub of everything for the Reds, but Leeds were strong enough to hold on for the two points.
Francis Cummins was the main points scoring hero for Leeds, with two tries and two goals to his credit.
Add to Cummins scores, two tries from Marcus St Hilaire, one each for Anthony Farrell, Darren Fleary and Ryan Sheridan, and three more goals by Iestyn Harris, and you get the 38 points and the victory, which keeps them firmly in the pack chasing league leaders St Helens.

 

Francis Cummins was the main points scoring hero for Leeds, with two tries and two goals to his credit.
Add to Cummins scores, two tries from Marcus St Hilaire, one each for Anthony Farrell, Darren Fleary and Ryan Sheridan, and three more goals by Iestyn Harris, and you get the 38 points and the victory, which keeps them firmly in the pack chasing league leaders St Helens.
A 40 point win for the visitors would have seen them climb back into the top five and that certainly looked on the cards with 20 minutes to go.
The result condemned the hosts to their 10th consecutive defeat – equalling Castleford's start to the 1997