The Rhinos Gillette Academy side recorded their biggest win of the season last Saturday when they comfortably beat Wakefield at Belle Vue 44-12.
The Rhinos Gillette Academy side recorded their biggest win of the season last Saturday when they comfortably beat Wakefield at Belle Vue 44-12. Chris Plume's side set up a commanding first half lead and never looked back with winger Danny Lawton the star of the show with a hat trick and three goals for a personal haul of 18 points. Centre Jake Normington scored a brace whilst there were further tries for Jack Carvill, Tim Scire, Brooke Broughton and Declan Storey. Paul McShane added a goal to complete the scoring. Hooker Tim Henderson scored a try in each half for the home side whilst stand off Matt Wildie kicked both goals for the Wildcats. Full back Tom Bush was named Man of the Match for the Rhinos. The Under 18's are next in action this Saturday when they take on Hull FC at Stanningley ARLFC, kick off 11am.
Hunslet Hawks hooker Liam Hood can't wait to step foot on the Headingley Carnegie Stadium turf this Sunday as he believes it's the perfect place to take on opponents Oldham in the Kingstone Press Championship One Grand Final (4.05pm).
For all spectators who will be attending the Kingstone Press Championships Finals Day at Headingley Carnegie Stadium on Sunday 5th October, here is all the essential information you will need for your visit.
The players from East Leeds amateur club will hope to cap a memorable year this Sunday when they take on West Hull at Headingley Carnegie to kick off the Kingstone Press Championship Finals Day in the Rugby League Conference Challenge Trophy at 11.45am.