|Betfred Huge League|
|Leeds Rhinos (0) 16|
|Tries:Myler, Merrin, BriscoePurpose:Lolohea 2|
|London Broncos (8) 18|
|Tries:Pitts, Fozard, LovellTargets:Dixon 3|
London Broncos scored two stupid tries to stun Leeds and consign the Rhinos to a fourth straight defeat in Huge League.
The Broncos had been 8-0 ahead at half-time courtesy of Kieran Dixon’s procedure and Jay Pitts’ transformed try.
But the hosts become the sport round through Richie Myler and Trent Merrin sooner than Tom Briscoe crossed to prolong their advantage to 16-8.
On the opposite hand, Matty Fozard’s get gave the Londoners hope, and Will Lovell tied the rankings sooner than Dixon’s procedure gained it.
The company defended properly to pause Leeds from scoring in the principle 20 minutes and notched the principle half’s most tantalizing try after the Rhinos defence made a mess of Jordan Abdull’s terrifying-arena kick and Rhys Williams flicked the ball wait on into play for Pitts to contact down.
The hosts had been transformed after the rupture, as Myler showed resolution to power his map over from 10m out and Merrin went over after fair work from Briscoe and Mikolaj Oledzki.
Briscoe then crossed on his three hundredth profession appearance but a left out conversion by Tuimoala Lolohea proved principal as the Broncos pulled off a magnificent comeback.
First Fozard touched down his personal kick with 5 minutes left and then Lovell saved a groovy head on a chaotic closing-cope with play to stable London’s first spend at Headingley since 2011.
Promoted Broncos switch up a situation to eighth whereas Leeds remain 11th after suffering their sixth defeat of the marketing campaign.
Leeds:Walker, Briscoe, Newman, Hurrell, Handley, Lolohea, Myler, Peteru, Parcell, Oledzki, Merrin, Ferres, Sutcliffe.
Replacements:Cuthbertson, Jones-Buchanan, Donaldson, Holroyd.
London Broncos:Walker, Dixon, Morgan, Kear, Williams, Abdull, Cunningham, Battye, Pelissier, Butler, Pitts, Yates, Davies.
Replacements:Lovell, Fozard, Richards, Mason.