Try scoring centre Jimmy Keinhorst admitted it was pleasing that the Rhinos opened their home account with a win over Salford but said he and his team mates still have plenty of things to work on at this early stage in the season.
Salford head coach Ian Watson felt his side deserved more from their match against the Rhinos. "We were adamant as a group that we were coming here to get something and I thought the boys deserved that. The efforts that they put in and the way they stuck to the task when they had to defend on the goal line, they showed great character and they deserved more than what they got out of that."
Leeds Rhinos Head Coach Brian McDermott says that, whilst his teams attack has not been good enough so far, he is pleased with the progress they are making ahead of Friday's visit by Salford Red Devils.
Leeds Rhinos crossed for tries from Adam Cuthbertson, Ryan Hall and Jimmy Keinhorst but were made to work hard for the points at Leigh with a drop goal and penalty from Liam Sutcliffe sealing the win eventually.
Centre Jimmy Keinhorst crossed for a try in the first half at Leigh and then pulled of a spectacular try saver to help secure the Rhinos win but admitted the team know they need to improve for Salford next week.
Leeds Rhinos Head Coach Brian McDermott gave credit to his side's opponents, St Helens, after they edged a tight game 6-4 on the opening night of the Betfred Super League but said there were lots of good signs from his own side.
Rhinos legend Rob Burrow says he is proud to have played his part in some special times for his club down the years but says his focus is very much on the future as he prepares for a new season and his 500th career game.
Leeds Rhinos Head Coach Brian McDermott praised the commitment that Rob Burrow has shown the club over the years ahead of the scrum halves 500th career game and also singled out young prop Jordan Baldwinson after his efforts on dual registration with Featherstone have earned him a place in the 19 man squad this week.
Leeds Rhinos star Jamie Jones-Buchanan believes club and international team mate Rob Burrow will be remembered as one of the game's all time greats given his achievements and his longevity in the game as the half back prepares for his 500th career game.
When farmer Paul Brown invited Leeds Rhinos to his North Yorkshire farm as part of their pre-season camp, he thought he would have some fun with them when he asked for a final volunteer for one last job...
The team are back now from the very successful camp up on North Yorkshire, massive thank you to Paul Clare Brown Dales Bike Centre YHA Grinton Lodge and Buck Hotel Reeth for making our stay so good. Take a look behind the scenes to see what the lads have been up to.
The Rhinos have started their pre-season camp up in North Yorkshire today with the focus on the squad coming together for a long campaign having been back in training since November. Activities over the three day camp include working on a local farm, mountain biking with Dales Bike Centre and walking, with the squad divided into three groups during their stay.