You can now vote for your try of the month for July and stand the chance of winning two ground tickets for our home game against Castleford Tigers on Friday 14th August plus two long bar passes.
July was a busy month for the Rhinos with four games including three on the road and we have picked the best six tries for you to pick your winner from.
First up the Rhinos travelled to Hull FC to start the month and the tries from Scott Donald, from a brilliant offload by Ashley Gibson, and Kevin Sinfield, created by great skill from Rob Burrow, are included in the list.
Then the Rhinos travelled to Wakefield the following week for a dramatic win at Belle Vue. We have of course included Scott Donald's late winner plus Jamie Jones-Buchanan's try following clever footwork by Carl Ablett.
Finally, the Rhinos came home to Headingley Carnegie to face Hull KR in an eagerly anticipated clash that was sealed when Lee Smith went 80 metres to score in the final minutes.
Our last selection comes from the final game of the month, when Danny McGuire benefitted from good work by Danny Buderus and Rob Burrow to score.
To watch a video to remind you of the tries click here to visit the Rhinos TV section of the site then, once you have decided, click here to visit the competition section of the website and cast your vote. You have until 9am on Monday 10th August to cast your vote to stand a chance of winning the prize.
The video is set to a piece of music called Escape by Craig Armstrong which the Rhinos play before the teams come out at Headingley Carnegie.
Leeds Rhinos star Ben Jones-Bishop admitted he was surprised by all the attention his return to action generated but admitted he was pleased to get his comeback out of the way, especially with an early try to help his team to victory.
18-year-old Jordan Baldwinson paid tribute to his former amateur club Hunslet Warriors after he made his debut for the Rhinos in the win over Widnes, an achievement he said he had dreamt about since he was eight.