As well as the corporate trip to Jacksonville, our official travel partners, TD Sport and Travel, can arrange your own tailored trip.
As well as the corporate trip to Jacksonville, our official travel partners, TD Sport and Travel, can arrange your own tailored trip. TD Sport & Travel is the specialist division of the acclaimed TD Travel Group, the leading independent Travel Management Company. Leaders in the field of sports hospitality and sports travel they provide bespoke corporate hospitality packages and tailor made breaks to an array of major sporting events both in the UK and overseas. In addition to catering for the needs of individual professional players, spectators and enthusiasts, TD Sport & Travel take great pride in being the appointed travel manager to many of the UK's leading professional and amateur sports clubs and organisations, arranging the travel for team movements as well as their day to day personal requirements. On the 26th January 2008, Super League Champions Leeds Rhinos will take on the most successful club ever in Australian Rugby League, the South Sydney Rabbitohs. The game will take place at Hodges Stadium at the University of North Florida in Jacksonville. TD Sport & Travel and tailor a package to suit your needs and budget. Click here to down load more information or call TD Travel direct on 0113 2980029 for further details.
Leeds Rhinos, Jet2holidays and Red Hot World Buffet held a successful rugby camp at Hunslet Warriors last week when over 80 kids met Rhinos stars Ryan Hall, Zak Hardaker, Carl Ablett, Liam Sutcliffe and Ben Jones Bishop. Visit www.leedsrugbyfoundation.org for all the details'
Rhinos and England star Jamie Jones-Buchanan has praised the club's faithful supporters for their efforts in helping get the team over the line for victory at Salford. With time running out, Leeds had a goal line drop out and were under pressure but JJB said the roar from the travelling section at the AJ Bell Stadium played a huge part in getting the win.
Leeds Rhinos kept up the pressure on St Helens at the top of the First Utility Super League with a hard earned 22-18 win over Salford Red Devils thanks to tries from Zak Hardaker, Kallum Watkins, Carl Ablett and Stevie Ward.