Four more items are now exclusively available from Leeds Rhinos on ebay including a limited edition team photo from the 2005 World Club Challenge winning Leeds Rhinos squad.
Four more items are now exclusively available from Leeds Rhinos on ebay including a limited edition team photo from the 2005 World Club Challenge winning Leeds Rhinos squad. Francis Cummins and Chris Feathers playing shirts from the 2004 Championship winning season are also on offer. The shirts are personally signed by Francis and Chris next to their squad numbers for that season. This is the alternative playing shirt for the season when Leeds won the Championship for the first time in 32 years. We also have a limited edition team photo from the 2005 World Club Challenge winning Leeds Rhinos squad. The photo were produced for Associate Match Sponsors for this season and this is one of three that were surplus at the end of the season. Each photo has been expertly mounted in blue with a silver frame and includes a limited edition silver plate which includes the signature of all 27 players in the first team squad plus Tony Smith engraved onto it. Underneath the Leeds Rhinos logo it says Associate Match Sponsor 2005 and in smaller writing Limited edition 19 of 25. And finally, we also have a baseball cap signed by Barrie McDermott from the Carnegie World Club Challenge earlier this season. Barrie has signed the cap on the peak with a distinctive silver pen. To see all the items and to start bidding simply click here. And remember only the proceeds from items on ebay sold direct from club go to benefit the long term future on the club. Happy Bidding.
Papua New Guinea Head Coach Adrian Lam was at Headingley Carnegie on Monday night to watch the Rhinos clash with St Helens as he checked out the venue where the Kumuls will take on World Champions New Zealand on Friday 8th November. Make sure you are there to see this exciting clash by visiting www.rlwc2013.com to book your ticket
We received a lovely email this morning from the dad of a family who attended the St Helens game on Monday night that we would like to share with you because it shows the unique atmosphere you help create here on match nights at Headingley Carnegie.