London Broncos 10 Leeds Rhinos 36: Peter Smith's player ratings

Leeds Rhinos effectively secured their Super League survival with a 36-10 at London Broncos yesterday. But how did Rhinos’ individuals rate?

Monday, 2nd September 2019, 11:30 am

Here's our ratings from yesterday's game:

Jack Walker: Scored two tries, conceded one. Passing game can improve, but a threat overall 7/10
Luke Briscoe: Excellent first half, particularly defensively. Had a shaky spell in the second half, but held it together 7/10

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Harry Newman: Had trouble keeping his feet on the plastic pitch, but was strong defensively 7/10
Konrad Hurrell: At fault for the second London try, but created Leeds crucial fourth score 7/10
Ash Handley: Bagged his 22nd try of the campaign and possibly his most important 7/10
Robert Lui: Took some good options, particularly with his kicking game 7/10
Richie Myler: Defended well, his partnership with Lui continues to improve 7/10
Mikolaj Oledzki: Made one error and a crucial tackle, but got limited game time on his return 6/10
Brad Dwyer: Very good, played the full 80, scored a try and provided the pass for another 8/10
Ava Seumanufagai: A first try for Rhinos rewarded a strong effort. Was missed when given a breather 8/10
Brett Ferres: Some good defensive involvement, couple of line breaks and set up Walkers first try 8/10
Rhyse Martin: Another 100 per cent kicking performance, ran well and didnt make errors 8/10
Trent Merrin: A captains knock, got through a lot of quality work 8/10
Adam Cuthbertson: Took a knock in the first half, but was steady throughout 7/10
James Donaldson: Made his usual big defensive contribution 7/10
Cameron Smith: Went close a couple of times 6/10
Liam Sutcliffe: Late introduction, but set up Walkers second try 6/10