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U18's Regain Rhinos Pride
Posted by southstander on May 15 2006 - 07:35:47

Fawcett Influential
By Matthew Horton at Brantingham Park

The Rhinos looked to continue their good run of form as they travelled east to take on Hull FC at Brantingham Park. Ben Jones-Bishop and Jodie Broughton returned to the line up after missing the trip to London last weekend and Luke Gale was not required to back from 21ís duty on Friday.

After losses for the first team and Under 21ís on Friday night it was down to the youngsters to avoid the clean sweep.

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Hull FC

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U18's Academy

14th May 2006

U18's Regain Rhinos Pride

It was a pleasant afternoon at Brantingham Park, a stark contrast from when the Under 21ís were there 5 weeks previously, with only a slight breeze blowing down the ground with the added bonus of a cricket match in the background behind the main pitch.

It was the home side that got off the better start and they went in front after 8 minutes. After Ben Kaye was ruled to have thrown a forward pass Hull struck from the scrum when Scott Jackson brushed aside the attempted tackle from Kyle Briggs to go in from 40 metres out. Bret Turner added the conversion to take the score to 6-0.

Leeds hit straight back, Briggs making up for his error by finding touch with the kick off. From the scrum Leeds attacked the Hull line. Ben Kaye attacking the short side and Liam Brown was on hand to force his way over in the corner and somehow touch down. The Rhinos then made it back to back tries when Ben Fawcett went through a huge hole in the Hull defence to burst clear. With only Richard Lamplough to beat Fawcett has Simon Brown on his inside and the loose forward went in under the posts. Briggs converted both tries to put the Rhinos 12-6 in front.

Leeds were next on the board in the 25th minute, Gareth Moore picking up a poor pass from the floor and finding Jodie Broughton on half way. The centre showed great strength to brush off his marker and set off down the touchline. Broughton fended off three more would be tacklers before crossing in the corner to touch down. Briggs converted to give the Rhinos a 12-point lead.

The Rhinos crossed twice more before half to hammer home their advantage and both came down a rather weak looking Hull FC left side defence. First on 29 minutes Gareth Moore went speeding through the gap but he was caught just short. A quick play the ball saw the ball moved again to the right from Briggs to Danny Allan and he showed great determination to pop the ball out for James Archibald to drop over the line. The conversion from Briggs shaved the post and was waved away.

Two minutes later it was the man Archibald again, this time it was Liam Brown with the bust. He found David Leeke on his outside and he set off down the touchline as the cover came across Leeke showed a cool head to find the supporting Archibald who went in under the posts. Briggs converted and Leeds were 28-6 up. It could have been better for the Rhinos just on half time when again Archibald went through some weak Hull defending but Danny Allan just couldnít collect the pass and with it the chance went.

It was the home side who got off to the better start in the second half and it was they who registered the first points with half 8 minutes old. In a last tackle move the ball was moved from Scott Jackson to Kyle Bibb and the front rower popped the ball out for Chris Brown to go over. Jackson took over the kicking duties and was successful.

It was a poor period for Leeds as Hull enjoyed lots of possession and time down in the Leeds quarter but the defence was magnificent as the home tried to get back into the game. It was though Leeds who crucially got the next score after 59 minutes. After a Hull knock on gave them field position Ben Kaye scooted from dummy half and had Ben Jones on the outside and the prop went in untouched. Briggs converted to put the Rhinos 34-12 in front.

Hull never gave up and they hit back 5 minutes later, the Leeds defence was caught short on the right hand side and Hull moved the ball quickly and Scott Jackson delivered the final pass for Ryan Steen to get in at the corner. Jackson converted superbly to being the gap back to 16 points.

Leeds though were to have the final say with 12 minutes to go and it was superb handling that created the opportunity. Ben Kaye, Liam Brown and James Archibald involved in the build up and Danny Allan was the man on the end to go over the line. Kyle Briggs added the extras to take the final score to 40-18 to the Rhinos.

Another superb performance as the Rhinos made it 4 victories in a row. Ben Jones again was outstanding in the front row and he got great support from Ben Fawcett. Liam Brown has one of his best games on the season and James Archibald continues to promise so much for the future. The SouthStander.com man of the match went to Gareth Moore, he organised the attack superbly and created so many opportunities for his colleagues.

The Under 18ís are back in action next Sunday when they entertain the Wakefield Trinity Wildcats at the Arthur Miller Stadium in Stanningley. Kick off is 1pm.

Match Facts

Rhinos
Hull FC
No.
Player
T
G
DG
No.
Player
T
G
DG
1
Jones-Bishop
1
Lamplough
2
Leeke
2
Corby
3
Archibald
2
3
Steen
1
4
Broughton
1
4
Birch
5
Reitte
5
Shally
6
Briggs
6
6
Jackson
1
3
7
Moore
7
Houghton
8
Jones
1
8
Bibb
9
Kaye
9
Turner
1
10
Chandler
10
Frean
11
Allan
1
11
Burnette
12
Brown, L.
1
12
Richardson
13
Brown, S.
1
13
Divorty
14
Wray
14
Brown
1
15
Wilkes
15
Parker
16
Howey
16
Reed
17
Fawcett
17
Bell

Kick Off:
14:00
Half-Time:
28-06
Referee:
J. Darbyshire


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