Due to the postal strike, which begins on Thursday, no tickets that have been purchased from 4pm on Wednesday onwards will be posted out.
Due to the postal strike, which begins on Thursday, no tickets that have been purchased from 4pm on Wednesday onwards will be posted out ahead of Friday's game against Wigan Warriors. Fans who have ordered tickets either online or over the phone should allow extra time to get down to the stadium to pick up their tickets. Because of the postal strike, which is obviously beyond our control, there will inevitably be congestion and queues at the ticket office. With the Junior Academy Grand Final kicking off at 5.45pm make sure you get down to the ground early, pick up your ticket and enjoy a hassle free trip to the game. SEASON TICKET HOLDERS AND MEMBERS if you have ordered tickets for this game and used your correct client number which appears on your card, you do not have to pick up a ticket, your card has been automatically updated to allow you to enter the ground as you have done all season with your card, however obviously make sure you bring it with you. You can still order tickets for the game, click here to use our secure online booking service. In addition, Royal Mail have announced further strikes in October on 5th, 6th, 8th and 9th. This will result in delays for customers who have purchased items from the club shop who have selected the £1.50 , £3.00 and international posting options of anything upto 2 to 3 weeks for delivery.
Leeds Rhinos legend Kevin Sinfield has become the first ever Rugby League player to be nominated for the prestigious BBC Sports Personality of the Year award which will be held on Sunday 20th December in Belfast.
Gary Hetherington has returned to Sydney and met with another two former Leeds players to deliver their Heritage numbers as part of the project created by the Leeds Rhinos Foundation Heritage committee.