2004 World Club Challenge

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PEN Penrith Panthers square flag icon with 2017 colours.svg 044
Date13 February 2004
Stadium Alfred McAlpine Stadium
Location Huddersfield, England
Leon Pryce Bullscolours.svg
Referees Steve Ganson
Attendance18,962
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The 2004 World Club Challenge was held on Friday, 13 February 2004, at the Alfred McAlpine Stadium, Huddersfield, England. The game was contested by Bradford Bulls and the Penrith Panthers.

Contents

Background

Bradford Bulls

Penrith Panthers

Match Summary

13 February 2004
Bradford Bulls Bullscolours.svg 22 – 4 Penrith Panthers square flag icon with 2017 colours.svg Penrith Panthers
Tries:
Lesley Vainikolo
Leon Pryce
Robert Parker
Logan Swann
Goals:
Michael Withers (3/5)
Lee Radford (0/1)
(Report) Tries:
Luke Priddis



Goals:
Preston Campbell (0/1)
Alfred McAlpine Stadium, Huddersfield
Attendance: 18,962
Referee: Steve Ganson Flag of England.svg
Man of the Match: Leon Pryce Bullscolours.svg

Teams

2004 World Club Challenge Teams
Bradford BullsPositionPenrith Panthers
Michael Withers Fullback Rhys Wesser
Tevita Vaikona Winger Brett Howland
Paul Johnson Centre Luke Lewis
Shontayne Hape Centre Paul Whatuira
Lesley Vainikolo Winger Luke Rooney
Leon Pryce Stand Off / Five-eighth Preston Campbell
Karl Pratt Scrum Half / Halfback Craig Gower (c)
Paul Anderson Prop Joel Clinton
Aaron Smith Hooker Luke Priddis
Stuart Fielden Prop Martin Lang
Lee Radford 2nd Row Joe Galuvao
Jamie Peacock (c)2nd Row Tony Puletua
Logan Swann Loose Forward / Lock Trent Waterhouse
Stuart Reardon Interchange Ben Ross
Joe Vagana Interchange Colin Ward
Robert Parker Interchange Shane Rodney
Jamie Langley Interchange Luke Swain
Brian Noble Coach John Lang

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