Who was your Leeds Rhinos man of the match against Warrington Wolves in the Grand Final?
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Star man: Sir Kevin Sinfield. Captained Leeds in a record-extending seventh final, lifted the trophy for the sixth time, scored his first Grand Final try, landed five goals from as many attempts and won his second Harry Sunderland award. A true man of steel.
Take a bow: Carl Ablett, the reluctant centre. The Harry Sunderland runner-up did a fine job of keeping Lee Briers quiet, provided the final pass for Leeds’ first and fourth tries and scored their third in one of his finest displays in blue and amber.
Hats off to: Brian McDermott. Criticised throughout his two years in charge, he has guided Rhinos to every possible final and become the first British coach to win back-to-back Grand Finals. His record in sudden-death games is now: Played 19, won 17.
Magic moment: With nine minutes left, Rob Burrow, Brett Delaney, Kallum Watkins, Zak Hardaker and Danny McGuire kept the ball alive from right to left in dazzling fashion before Carl Ablett’s perfect pass was brilliantly finished by Ryan Hall for the decisive try.
Game-breaker: After going eight points down with seven minutes left, Warrington got the ball back from a short-re-start, then won a penalty on Leeds’ line, but Stefan Ratchford knocked on Lee Briers’ pass under pressure from Ryan Hall and Wolves’ final chance had gone.