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U21's Ravage Reds
Posted by southstander on March 19 2006 - 09:47:42

Rhinos MoM
By Matthew Horton

The Senior Academy entertain Salford City Reds at Headingley Carnegie Stadium yesterday looking to bounce back from the heavy defeat to St Helens in their last outing three weeks ago.

They were up against a City Reds side that included the experience of Kevin McGuinness, Tim Jonkers, Stephen Myler and Mitchel Stringer.

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46

Rhinos

v

Salford

00

Senior Academy

18th March 2006

U21's Ravage Reds

The visitors attacking the Western Terrace began strongly, putting the Rhinos defence under some heavy pressure. It was almost a reversal of the previous evening’s First Grade game but this was to have a totally different outcome. After a scoreless opening 14 minutes it was the Rhinos who were first on the board when Jordan Tansey found Ashley Gibson, he threw the dummy and went through the gap to go over for the first try. He converted his own try to take the Rhinos 6-0 up.

The Rhinos struck again 5 minutes later with a sucker punch, after a City Reds kick had gone dead in goal the Rhinos raced to the 20 metre restart and it was Danny Williams, returning after injury who showed a clean pair of heels and went on the thrilling dash down the Southern touchline to go over. Gibson missed the conversion to leave the Rhinos 10-0 to the good.

The game then went into a lull as both teams cancelled each other out fighting for decent field position. Then the Rhinos struck just before half time, the Rhinos putting on a set move to the Northern side. Luke Gale finding Nathan McAvoy and the angle of the run was superb from the former City Reds player as he went in for the try. Gibson converted to send the Rhinos 16-0 up at half time.

The Rhinos got the perfect start to the second half, it was only 2 minutes old when Ashley Gibson got on the outside of the City Reds defence to go in. He again converted his try to take the Rhinos out to 22-0. The made the game safe in the 48th minute, Luke Gale being the beneficiary of some great handling to dive in under the posts. Gibson converted, the City Reds heads dropped and it was now a question of how many.

Three minutes later the Rhinos were in again, this time a last tackle move on the City Reds line saw Jordan Tansey flick a pass out of the back door, straight into the hands of Peter Fox and he went in at the corner, Gibson was unable to convert from wide out. Then on 59 minutes Carl Ablett rounded off a move that involved 10 passes and the Rhinos were making easy inroads into the City Reds line. Gibson again though was off target to leave the Rhinos 36-0 up.

The Rhinos had time for 2 more tries and they came within three minutes of each other, first in the 66th minute Peter Fox was on hand after a kick had been missed by the City Reds defence and then three minutes later Jamie I’Anson barged his way over from dummy half. Jordan Tansey took over the kicking duties and was successful with his first attempt to give the Rhinos a 46-0 victory.

It was a quality performance from the Rhinos, after three weeks off you could see that the boys were raring to get back onto the paddock. Against a big Salford pack and some experienced player the young guys stood up. The props all put the hard work in. Luke Gale continues to impress at stand off and Carl Ablett, back in his familiar role of loose forward had a big influence on the game. The SouthStander.com man of the match went to Jordan Tansey, after 20 minutes of first team football last week, his confidence is sky high and it showed yesterday.

Next weekend’s game against Harlequins RL has been moved from Sunday to Saturday and still kicks off at 2.30pm.

Match Facts

Rhinos
Salford
No.
Player
T
G
DG
No.
Player
T
G
DG
1
Endersby
1
McGuiness
2
Fox
2
2
Ballard
3
Gibson
2
4
3
Williams
4
McAvoy
1
4
Atkins
5
Williams
1
5
Hamilton
6
Gale
1
6
Ratchford
7
Tansey
1
7
Myler
8
Tootill
8
Tyrer
9
I'Anson
1
9
Charles
10
Burgess
10
Stringer
11
Hart
11
Clayton
12
Buttery
12
Murtza
13
Ablett
1
13
Jonkers
14
Brown
14
Sharkey
15
Halliday
15
Briers
16
Brook
16
Walker
17
Faal
17
Turner

Kick Off:
12:00
Half-Time:
16-00
Referee:
C. Hatton


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