Don't miss this week's Blue & Amber, which is the number one place to read features on your favourite Rhinos players as well as catching up on all the latest news from the club.
Blue and Amber - the Rhinos' award winning matchday programme is the number one place to read features on your favourite Rhinos players as well as catching up on all the latest news from the club, so make sure you don't miss the latest edition which will be on sale around the ground for tomorrow's game against Bradford Bulls. In this match day programme departing Rhino Richard Mathers talks about how he can't wait to start his life down under, but admits leaving the Rhinos will be a massive wrench, Player of the Year Richard Mathers discusses his memorable week, Sheffield United star Leigh Bromby discusses why he is Blue and Amber through and through, Chris Feather admits he does have some regreats as he prepares to call time on his Rhinos career and Scott Donald says he his hoping to add a few more to his season's try tally of 23. All this plus your regular favourites such as; first and last questions - which in this edition are put to Ryan Bailey, match reports from the Rhinos last game against Catalans Dragons and a five page profile on opposition team Warrington Wolves Also don't forget you too can feature in Blue and Amber in our Fanzone and kidszone section of the matchday programme. All you need to do is send in a picture or yourself or someone you know showing their support for the Rhinos and you may be featured in a future edition. Or if you are a budding artist or poet you can send in your contributions to kidszone and see your work published! Send your pictures by post to Headingley Carnegie Stadium, St Michael's Lane, Headingley, LS6 3BR or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org
Leeds Rugby Foundation (LRF) have confirmed a list of events that will commemorate the 150th anniversary of rugby being played in the city. The programme is sponsored by specialist engineering company A. Taylor & Son who are celebrating a similar landmark.
If you are a Leeds Rhinos fan who lives in or near Chapel Allerton why not go along to the launch of a new Rhinos Supporter Branch at the Three Hulats pub at 7pm on Monday night and meet Paul Aiton and Joel Moon.
With this game featuring both last year's relegated teams this game was set to be one of the biggest challenges of this season. The Hawks hoped to continue their form against the Knights after beating them twice last season but after a terrible first half the Hawks just missed out on the win in a 26-28 defeat at the South Leeds Stadium.