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Tigers Tamed
Posted by southstander on April 29 2011 - 21:06:32

Back
It was sixth visiting fifth for a Royal Wedding day festival of rugby.

Jamie Peacock was back for the first time in eight months, returning to the scene of his injury. Leeds were looking to make it three wins on the bounce and the Tigers were looking to shake off the disappointment of a last gasp loss to the Saints last weekend.

Everything was set for a close game and an absolute cracker.

We bring you all of the action here......

48

Rhinos

v

Tigers

06

Superleague XVI - Round 13

29th April 2011

Tigers Tamed

It was brilliant to see Jamie Peacock back in the Rhinos seventeen and for our man Paul McShane to get a start at hooker (for a rested Buderus) as a massive Royal Wedding crowd packed into the Probiz Colisseum for the first encounter of Round thirteen of Superleague XVI.

The Rhinos set off like a house on fire. McShane earned an early penalty with a run from dummy half and after Ablett went close, Kallum Watkins went over to score one handed in the corner. Sinfield missed the extras but after two minutes we were 4-0 ahead.

On seventeen the Rhinos looked to have paid the price for a couple of daft penalties when Sinfield managed to get his knee under the ball as Dixon tried to ground it. Seconds later Owen went over in the corner, but off a forward pass, and Silverwood ruled out the try. We breathed a collective sigh of relief.

On twenty-one the Rhinos took advantage of a Tigers penalty by working close with three tackles before McGuire put Jamie Jones-Buchanan over the line to touch down. Sinfield added the two and we were 10-0 up, and probably deservedly so.


2-Tries
Twenty-six minutes in and Jamie Peacock started his comeback.

On thirty-one Owen seemed to be in again at the corner after Peacock had given away a penalty, but Silverwood again ruled out the try for a forward pass. This one looked more legal than the last and was unlucky to be ruled out, but all credit to a resolute Rhinos defence who were doing a brilliant job at keeping their opponents out.

On thirty-six interference at the play-the-ball allowed Sinfield to slot over a two-pointer and we were 12-0 ahead.

It was a lead that we took into half time after an excellent defensive effort, and a steady attack which had yielded two unanswered tries.

On fifty-three Ryan Hall got his first of the game after McShane passed blind side and Hall grounded the ball a split second before his elbow hit the corner flag. Sinfield added the extras from the touchline and we were 18-0 ahead.

On the hour Danny McGuire added to his impressive record of try scoring against the Tigers. McGuire passed to Peacock from dummy half on the Tigers forty, the big prop carried the ball up and passed back to McGuire who ran the angle and won the race to the line. Sinfield added the extras for 24-0 and it was turning into a great day at the office.

Sixty-seven minutes on the clock and a Delaney break saw him pass inside to Rob Burrow who jinked his way over next to the sticks. Sinfield kicked the extras for 30-0 and the Tigers were looking like a broken team.

With seventy on the clock Ben Cross led with the elbow and conceeded a penalty. The Tiger moved the ball to the right and Arundel managed to ground the ball over the whitewash. Dixon added the extras from the touchline for 30-06.


Great with the boot

Seventy-two and our boy McShane went over from dummy half through a broken and uninterested Tigers line. Sinfield kicked the two and the thirty point lead was re-established.

On seventy-five Kirke got in on the act as he grounded the ball on the line off a McShane short pass. Sinfield added the extras and it was turning into an unexpected rout at 42-6.

In the dying seconds a Webb grubber was touched down by Hall in the corner to round off a great Leeds performance. Sinfield added the extras from the touchline as the hooter sounded to round off a brilliant 48-06 victory.

In terms of an all-round performance, this was probably the Rhinos best of the season so far. Defence was solid, mistakes were at a minimum, and we didn't give away too many daft penalties. Peacock put in a decent enough return but looked a little off the pace and Danny McGuire is back and playing as though he's never been away. Three wins on the trot. Happy times.


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Match Facts

Rhinos
Tigers
No.
Player
T
G
DG
No.
Player
T
G
DG
1
Webb
1
Mathers
19
Watkins
1
2
Dixon
1
3
Delaney
4
Arundel
1
4
Senior
22
Thompson
5
Hall
2
5
Owen
13
Sinfield
8
6
Chase
7
Burrow
1
7
Orr
8
Leuluai
8
Jackson
24
McShane
1
16
Milner
18
Burgess
12
Snitch
11
Jones-Buchanan
1
13
Ferres
21
Clarkson
14
Jones
12
Ablett
24
Holmes
17
Kirke
1
11
Emmitt
10
Peacock
20
Aspinwall
15
Cross
23
McGoldrick
6
McGuire
1
27
Clarke

Kick Off:
17:15
Half-Time:
10-00
Referee:
Richard Silverwood
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