The game started competitively, with Team Bath looking to bounce back from their first defeat of the season against Mavericks.
Rhinos managed to keep in touch with their opponents, with the first quarter ending level at 10-10.
Rhinos made a change in the second quarter, with Tuaine Keenan coming on at goalkeeper and Paige Kindred moving to goal defence.
The momentum then shifted towards Team Bath, who managed to isolate the balls feeding into Rhea Dixon. The first half ended with Rhinos trailing 25-20.
The Leeds defence pushed Bath back up the court in the third quarter, slowing down their high intensity levels.
However five-time champions Bath maintained their advantage as the third quarter drew to a close, leading Dan Ryan’s side 39-33.
An extremely impressive mid-air shot from Wallam saw her finishing the quarter with a 90 per cent shot conversion.
The final quarter was extremely competitive with Rhinos pushing the best team in the league all the way to the end with Bath holding on to win 52-46. Imogen Allison was named player of the match.
The Rhinos are back in action again on Monday against third-placed Manchester Thunder (7.15pm).
Leeds Rhinos: Kindred, Hollingworth, Oyesola, Clarke, Dixon, Grierson, Wallam.
Team Bath: Usoro-Brown, Shaw, Pavelin, Guthrie, Drakeford-Lewis, Guscoth, Borger.