Mar 21, 2014 at 8pm UK at ​Headingley Carnegie Stadium
Leeds Rhinos
54-6
London Broncos
Singleton (2'), Hall (9', 16', 38'), Achurch (27'), Jones-Bishop (40', 70'), Hardaker (43'), Watkins (58'), Burrow (79')
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Leeds Rhinos boss Brian McDermott hails "influential" Rob Burrow

Rob Burrow of Leeds Rhinos in action against London Broncos on January 31, 2014
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Leeds Rhinos coach Brian McDermott praises Rob Burrow after the veteran half-back makes his 350th Super League appearance in a 54-6 win over the London Broncos.

Leeds Rhinos coach Brian McDermott was full of praise for Rob Burrow after the veteran half-back made his 350th Super League appearance on Friday night.

In the absence of regular skipper Kevin Sinfield, who was rested, Burrow captained Leeds to a 54-6 win over the London Broncos at Headingley.

He marked the occasion by scoring his team's 10th try of the match thanks to a trademark darting run in the 79th minute.

"What a career Rob has had and what an influential player he has been. He'll continue to be influential," McDermott told reporters.

"The role he plays with us, he adapts it here and there, but he's still very effective and that last try he scored he has been doing that for years. Those jinky little runs are hard to defend.

"He's not the biggest in the world and he cops for a lot of punishment. He gets battered around, but he's a game fellow."

Leeds are now top of the Super League table, with 11 points from six games.

Leeds Rhinos' Rob Burrows scores a try against Widnes Vikings on June 17, 2013
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