Leeds Rhinos Chief Executive Gary Hetherington has expressed his disappointment at a ruling that means Kylie Leuluai will be unable to play for Hunslet Hawks in the Championship this weekend as part of the game's dual registration process.
Commenting on the ruling, Hetherington said, "This decision is purely down to bureaucracy and red tape and it is so disappointing that Rugby League players are treated differently to other professional sportsmen and how little influence our governing body seem to have compared to other sports."
Thank you to everyone who voted in our Leeds Rhinos V St Helens Competition and chose one of the six moments taken from some epic clashes between Leeds and Saints over the last few years with our golden generation of players.
Following the fantastic announcement that Zak Hardaker has agreed a new four year deal the club have also put 2016 Memberships on sale today, giving fans the option to spread the cost of their Membership over 12 monthly interest free payments.
Leeds Rhinos star Zak Hardaker has backed the next generation of the club's players to take the side forward in the years ahead after agreeing a new four year contract and says the Rhinos supporters have a huge part in helping the team gain more success.
Leeds Rhinos have been given a major boost ahead of tonight's massive First Utility Super League clash with St Helens with the news that England international Zak Hardaker has agreed a new four year contract with the club that will keep him at Headingley Carnegie until at least the end of the 2019 season.