The Rhinos travel to Odsal next Thursday to take on Bradford Bulls in the biggest game in the <b>engage</b> Super League.
The Rhinos travel to Odsal next Thursday to take on Bradford Bulls in the biggest game in the engage Super League. Tickets for the Rhinos game at Odsal Stadium against Bradford Bulls are selling fast from the Headingley ticket office with the game all ticket. This will be the first meeting between the two sides since the Grand Final last October and the game is expected to attract a big crowd to Odsal Stadium. Tickets have been on sale from Headingley since last weekend and Rhinos fans are urged to buy their tickets from Headingley as Leeds get 10% of all ticket sales made at Headingley for all away games this season. Fans can either purchase tickets in person from Headingley or by calling 08700 606050. Standing tickets are priced £14 for adults and £7 concessions whilst seats are £16 for adults and £8 concessions. Please note juniors must exchange their voucher 4 prior to the day of the game either at Headingley or Odsal. Official coach travel is available direct from Headingley, departing at 6pm and costs £8 per person. You can book your place online now simply click here to use our secure online booking service for official coach travel. If you require directions to Odsal make sure you get your hands on the new Leeds Rhinos Official Handbook which has directions to all away grounds.
Leeds Rhinos, Jet2holidays and Red Hot World Buffet held a successful rugby camp at Hunslet Warriors last week when over 80 kids met Rhinos stars Ryan Hall, Zak Hardaker, Carl Ablett, Liam Sutcliffe and Ben Jones Bishop. Visit www.leedsrugbyfoundation.org for all the details'
Rhinos and England star Jamie Jones-Buchanan has praised the club's faithful supporters for their efforts in helping get the team over the line for victory at Salford. With time running out, Leeds had a goal line drop out and were under pressure but JJB said the roar from the travelling section at the AJ Bell Stadium played a huge part in getting the win.
Leeds Rhinos kept up the pressure on St Helens at the top of the First Utility Super League with a hard earned 22-18 win over Salford Red Devils thanks to tries from Zak Hardaker, Kallum Watkins, Carl Ablett and Stevie Ward.