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Wigan Warriors snatched a dramatic last-minute 20-18 victory to deny Leeds Rhinos the chance to return to the top of the engage Super League.
The Rhinos, who kicked off the Easter programme with a nail-biting 18-14 win at Bradford Bulls, were on the receiving end in the last holiday fixture as Warriors centre Phil Bailey grabbed the match-winning try in the last move of a tense match.
Leeds came from 16-4 down to edge into an 18-16 lead with 11 minutes to go and they had a chance to seal victory when centre Clinton Toopi reached the line only to drop the ball.
Great Britain centre Keith Senior then passed into touch to concede a scrum 30 metres out and Wigan maintained their composure to set up the position for the all-important score.
Hugely-influential half-backs Trent Barrett and Thomas Leuluai combined with skipper Sean O