|2005Super League Grand Final|
|Date||15 October 2005|
|Harry Sunderland Trophy||Leon Pryce ( Bradford Bulls)|
The 2005 Super League Grand Final was the 8th official Grand Final and the conclusive and championship-deciding match of the Super League X season. Held on Saturday 15 October 2005, at Old Trafford, Manchester, the game was played between Bradford Bulls, who finished 3rd in the league after the 28 weekly rounds, and Leeds Rhinos, who finished second after the weekly rounds.
|Qualifying Semi-Final||St Helens (H)||16-19|
|Key: (H) = Home venue; (A) = Away venue; (N) = Neutral venue.|
|Elimination Play-Off||London Broncos (H)||44-22|
|Elimination Semi-Final||Hull F.C. (H)||71-0|
|Elimination Final||St Helens (A)||23-18|
|Key: (H) = Home venue; (A) = Away venue; (N) = Neutral venue.|
15 October 2005
|Leeds Rhinos||6 - 15||Bradford Bulls|
|Tries: Danny McGuire |
Goals: Kevin Sinfield
|Report||Tries: Leon Pryce |
Goals: Paul Deacon (3)
Drop Goals: Iestyn Harris
|Leeds Rhinos||Position||Bradford Bulls|
|1||Richard Mathers||Fullback||1||Michael Withers|
|2||Mark Calderwood||Winger||Leon Pryce|
|3||Chev Walker||Centre||Ben Harris|
|Chris McKenna||Centre||Shontayne Hape|
|5||Marcus Bai||Winger||5||Lesley Vainikolo|
|6||Danny McGuire||Stand Off||6||Iestyn Harris|
|7||Rob Burrow||Scrum Half||7||Paul Deacon|
|16||Ryan Bailey||Prop||10||Jamie Peacock (c)|
|Andrew Dunemann||Hooker||Ian Henderson|
|Danny Ward||Prop||Stuart Fielden|
|12||Gareth Ellis||2nd Row||Paul Johnson|
|Willie Poching||2nd Row||Brad Meyers|
|13||Kevin Sinfield (c)||Loose Forward||Lee Radford|
|9||Matt Diskin||Interchange||Robbie Paul|
|13||Ali Lauitiiti||Interchange||Jamie Langley|
|11||Jamie Jones-Buchanan||Interchange||Adrian Morley|
|Barrie McDermott||Interchange||Joe Vagana|
|Tony Smith||Coach||Brian Noble|
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