|2004Super League Grand Final|
|Date||16 October 2004|
|Harry Sunderland Trophy||Matt Diskin ( Leeds Rhinos)|
The 2004 Super League Grand Final was the 7th official Grand Final and conclusive and championship-deciding game of Super League IX. It was held on Saturday 16 October 2004, at Old Trafford, Manchester, and was played between Leeds Rhinos, who finished top of the league after the 28 weekly rounds, and Bradford Bulls, who finished second after the weekly rounds.
Leeds finished top of the table to qualify for a home match in the semi-finals. The play-off structure matched them against the team finishing second - Bradford. Bradford won the semi-final meaning Leeds had to win the elimination final against Wigan to qualify for the grand final. In the elimination final they raced past Wigan 40–12 to set up a rematch against Bradford.
|Qualifying Semi-Final||Bradford Bulls (H)||26-12|
|Elimination Final||Wigan Warriors (H)||40-12|
|Key: (H) = Home venue; (A) = Away venue.|
By finishing second in the table Bradford qualified for the semi-finals but had to play the league leaders, Leeds, away with the winners going straight through to the grand final. In the game at Headingley Bradford won 26–12.
16 October 2004
|Leeds Rhinos||16 - 8||Bradford Bulls|
|Tries: Diskin |
Goals: Sinfield (4)
|Report||Tries: Vainikolo |
Bradford's Leon Pryce was unable to play due to a shoulder injury, he was replaced by Paul Johnson.
Andrew Dunemann was left out of the Leeds side.Danny McGuire was partnered by Kevin Sinfield in the halves. The pre-match entertainment was performed by singer Heather Small
|Leeds Rhinos||Position||Bradford Bulls|
|1||Richard Mathers||Fullback||1||Michael Withers|
|2||Mark Calderwood||Winger||Stuart Reardon|
|3||Chev Walker||Centre||Paul Johnson|
|4||Keith Senior||Centre||4||Shontayne Hape|
|5||Marcus Bai||Winger||5||Lesley Vainikolo|
|13||Kevin Sinfield||Stand Off||6||Iestyn Harris|
|6||Danny McGuire||Scrum Half||7||Paul Deacon|
|Danny Ward||Prop||Joe Vagana|
|9||Matt Diskin||Hooker||9||Robbie Paul|
|16||Ryan Bailey||Prop||Stuart Fielden|
|Chris McKenna||2nd Row||11||Jamie Peacock|
|14||Ali Lauitiiti||2nd Row||Logan Swann|
|David Furner||Loose Forward||Lee Radford|
|7||Rob Burrow||Interchange||Karl Pratt|
|Willie Poching||Interchange||Jamie Langley|
|Barrie McDermott||Interchange||Rob Parker|
|11||Jamie Jones-Buchanan||Interchange||Paul Anderson|
|Tony Smith||Coach||Brian Noble|
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