Leeds Rhinos fans will get an extra special treat this Friday when their team take on Wigan with an exclusive performance by Leeds-born singing sensational Carolynne Good.
Leeds Rhinos fans will get an extra special treat this Friday when their team take on Wigan Warriors with an exclusive performance by Leeds-born singing sensational Carolynne Good. Carolynne, who was born in Bramley and whose family are lifelong Leeds fans, was the runner up in BBC1's Fame Academy. She will perform before kick off to the fans with the Rhinos anticipating their biggest crowd of the season for the clash with Wigan. Also performing on the night is tenor John Innes, who is back by popular demand after performing at the opening game of the season against London. Commenting on the pre-match show Marketing Executive Abigail Furniss said, "We were all really proud of Carolynne when she was in Fame Academy and it is great that she can now come to Headingley to show her thanks to those fans who supported her. John Innes received a great reception from the South Stand last month and we have been able to bring him back by popular demand for Friday nights game." The game kicks off at 8pm with the entertainment beginning at 7.15pm.
Following both teams elimination from the Tetley's Challenge Cup last weekend, Leeds Rhinos and Wakefield have agreed to re-arrange the date for their postponed Round Eight Super League clash at the Rapid Solicitor's Stadium which will now be played on Friday 26th July, kick off 8pm.
Rugby League fans will have the opportunity to put questions about the ongoing Policy Review and planned competition restructuring directly to RFL Chief Executive Nigel Wood and RFL Chief Operating Officer Ralph Rimmer in a ground-breaking online question and answer session on Friday (May 17).