Scott Donald, Ryan Bailey and Jamie Jones-Buchanan could be set to make a return for the Rhinos against Wakefield on Friday night.
Scott Donald, Ryan Bailey and Jamie Jones-Buchanan could be set to make a return for the Rhinos after Brian McClennan named the trio in his 19 man squad for the game against Wakefield on Friday night. Donald has missed the Rhinos' last two games after picking up a rib injury against Bradford. Bailey has been out of action for the last six games, whilst Jones-Buchanan has been unavailable for the Rhinos since the away trip to Catalans Dragons. Ian Kirke has also been added to the squad who defeated Wigan Warriors two weeks ago as the Rhinos aim to finish their regular season on a high in their second visit to Belle Vue this season. The squad in full is: 1. Brent Webb 2. Scott Donald 4. Keith Senior 5. Lee Smith 6. Danny McGuire 7. Rob Burrow 8. Kylie Leuluai 9. Matt Diskin 10. Jamie Peacock 11. Jamie Jones Buchanan 12. Gareth Ellis 13. Kevin Sinfield 14. Ali Lauitiiti 16. Ryan Bailey 17. Nick Scruton 18. Ian Kirke 19. Carl Ablett 21. Jordan Tansey 24. Luke Burgess
This Sunday, 11th October, the city of Leeds will celebrate the careers of three of the greatest players in the history of Leeds Rhinos as well as an incredible season that has seen the Rhinos retain the Challenge Cup and lift the League Leaders Shield.
The Rhinos face Wigan this Saturday at a sold out Old Trafford, if you haven't been lucky enough to get a ticket why not visit one of our great ambassador pubs with great offers available during the Grand Final on food and drink.
On Saturday 10 October Manchester plays host to two major rugby matches - England take on Uruguay in the Rugby World Cup at the Etihad Stadium, their only fixture outside of London, while across the city Leeds Rhinos are set to battle it out with Wigan Warriors in the Super League Grand Final at Old Trafford.
Prop Mitch Garbutt watched his former Brisbane Broncos team mates lose out to a golden point in the NRL Grand Final last weekend and he admitted he is hoping that Saturday's Super League Grand Final does not end in similar dramatic circumstances.