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.
Following news that Kevin Sinfield will leave the Rhinos this November to join Yorkshire Carnegie, the Leeds skipper has said that he believes the club is in safe hands with a new generation of young stars emerging this season.
Leeds Rhinos Head Coach Brian McDermott says the club are fully focused on the task ahead despite the announcements in the last week that Jamie Peacock and Kevin Sinfield will both leave the Rhinos this winter.
Following today's announcement regarding Kevin Sinfield and his plans to leave the Rhinos at the end of the 2015 season, Chief Executive Gary Hetherington has praised the captain's contribution to the club.
Kevin Sinfield MBE, Leeds Rhinos greatest ever captain, will leave the club at the end of the 2015 season to finish his career playing Rugby Union with sister club Yorkshire Carnegie having agreed an 18 month contract with Bryan Redpath's side.