John Atkinson starred with a hat-trick for Leeds, Syd Hynes, Alan Smith and substitute Trevor Briggs, with a spectacular effort, also crossed and Bev Risman kicked their only goal.
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Leeds began the year with three straight defeats, at Halifax on New Year’s Day, home to Wigan two days later and 7-2 away against Dewsbury on January 10, when Bert Cook’s goal provided their only points.
A goal by Joe Thompson was all Leeds had to show from a 12-2 loss at Keighley.
The Loiners had beaten the same opponents 13-8 in a home game a week earlier.
After low-scoring wins over Dewsbury and Bradford Northern to begin the year, Leeds were crushed 24-2 by Hull at the Boulevard.
Jim Bacon kicked a goal for the visitors.
Fred Harrison scored his only try of the season as the Loiners beat Hull 7-6 at Headingley.
WH Ganley and Dan Lewis each kicked a goal to give Leeds the win, despite the visitors scoring two tries to their one.
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