Leeds vs Warrington
Super League
7:45pm Friday 13th September

(Att: 14,085)

Warrington will confront Castleford from the Super League semi-finals later suffering a 26-4 defeat.
The Rhinos finished a Tricky season to your success procured by the boot of Rhyse Martin, with the attempts coming from Luke Briscoe, Rob Lui, Adam Cuthbertson and Liam Sutcliffe.
The sailors will take on the Tigers following weekend following Salford defeat against Hull KR and dislodged them from third place.
Leeds bade farewell to Jamie Jones-Buchanan, who has retired after 20 years with the team.
Jones-Buchanan was given the captaincy beginning at loose forward, and they handed a debut.
Warrington created a dreadful beginning with Blake Austin dropping the kick-off and Leeds needed a chance to assault after just 40 seconds.
On three tackles afterwards Cuthbertson knocked and the chance was gone.
The Wolves settled their nerves and grew to the match.
A mistake from Konrad Hurrell in the moment passed the traffic outstanding field position, however Josh Charnley lost control of the ball since he darted for the try-line and ownership was taken by the Rhinos back.
After Ash Handley broke through the center, four minutes Leeds went close to scoring. Handley discovered Jack Walker in service and that he was tackled just 15 metres.
However, Daryl Clark was sent for holding Walker too lengthy, leaving 12 men to Warrington.
However, the Wolves’ scrambled defence was able to keep the home team.
Leeds eventually made the breakthrough when Lui intercepted Jack Hughes’ pass made a break. On another undertake Sutcliffe stepped his way around, Martin adding the extras to make it 6-0.
Warrington continued to invite pressure and also with four minutes left in the half Martin raised Leeds’ lead .
The Rhinos compelled a goal-line drop-out to turn up the heat farther on the visitors, but Martin had been held up on the try-line.
Basic mistakes continued to undermine the play of Warrington in the second half, though they should have been around the board in the 47th minute.
Clark found Bryson Goodwin in support and left a break down the centre. The winger inexplicably dived for its try-line although he passed to Tom Lineham and he was dragged by Briscoe into touch.
The natives upped their strength but Leeds’ strong defence held company.
At the 53rd minute that the home team compelled a from Martin.
It proved telling as from the set Lui pushed over to catch the Rhinos’ try. Martin made no mistake with his own conversion to make it 14-0.
Josh Charnley gave when he dived over in the corner 11 minutes Warrington expect.
However, Cuthbertson and Briscoe both crossed overdue on as Leeds closed out the match.

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