CHAMPIONS LEEDS Rhinos have lost that winning feeling, but winger Ryan Hall reckons it will take just one 80-minute performance to get it back.
Hall scored the last-gasp try which sealed the league leaders’ shield when Rhinos faced Huddersfield Giants at Galpharm Stadium in the final game of 2015’s Super-8s.
The teams meet again tonight with Leeds bottom of the table and Giants just one place better off.
Neither has won this year and tonight’s beaten team will be two points adrift at the end of First Utility Super League round four.
Hall said it is too early to panic, but he admitted: “Winning sometimes can be described as being a habit and when you’ve not won in four you can forget what it feels like.
“Some of it may just be about getting a bit of a spark and remembering what it is like to get a win.
“We need to get off to the mark and get back to winning ways.”
Hall added: “Huddersfield are traditionally a bogey side for us, it is always
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