Warrington have opened the 2016 Super League season with an entertaining two-point victory over the defending champions Leeds at Headingley.
It was a tough first half with Leeds having all the possession but the Wolves defending bravely.
Warrington took a slender 6-0 lead into half-time thanks to a Chris Sandow try.
But just six minutes into the second half and Brad Singleton hit back for Leeds when he barged over through several defenders.
The Rhinos then took a 10-6 lead thanks to a brilliant try set up by Joel Moon.
Kurt Gidley‘s conversion gave the visitors a slender 12-10 lead with 11 minutes left.
Zak Hardaker had a late penalty attempt to tie it up but his kick sailed wide and Warrington were home.