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Only 800 tickets remain for South Stand Last Stand

11th August 2017

By Phil Daly

South Stand's Last Stand

On Friday 18th August, we will say goodbye to the famous South Stand at Headingley Carnegie with the Rhinos clash against St Helens are there are just 800 tickets left for the South Stand terrace for the game.

Lizzie Jones to perform at Last Stand

We’re delighted to confirm that Lizzie Jones will be joining us on this special occasion, to perform live on the Headingley Carnegie pitch.

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Lizzie will be performing pre match in the build up to the main game, and will also be entertaining the crowd with a special performance as part of the closing ceremony after the final whistle.

Dine with heroes pre-match

To mark the special occasion fans can dine in the Rhinos Restaurant and they will be joined by club legends including Lewis Jones, Derek Hallas, Alan Smith, Bev Risman OBE, Ray Batten, Bob Haigh, Garry Schofield OBE, Leroy Rivett, Keith Senior, Francis Cummins, Ryan Bailey and Kevin Sinfield MBE.

Guests will enter through the corporate gate before enjoying a delicious two-course meal in the Rhinos Restaurant, which boasts a fantastic view overlooking the famous Headingley Carnegie cricket pitch.  Diners can then peruse their complimentary matchday programme before taking their seats in the Carnegie stand.

Following the match guests are invited back to the Rhinos Restaurant which will become the Players Bar, where they will be able to brush shoulders with current players and coaches, as well as watch the Man of the Match presentations and speeches.

Tables of 10 £500 +VAT or individual places £50 +VAT.  To book a place please contact commercial sales on 0113 2033222.

This package is also available for £35 +VAT for Season Members who want to stay in their usual spot for the game, so no ticket included.

Share your South Stand memories

We are inviting all fans to contribute to the celebrations and mark their place in history. The South Stand was opened in 1931 and has witnessed some of the greatest talents in the game’s history down the years as well as countless memorable occasions.
It might be a player you remember making his debut or an incredible individual achievement or a memorable match. Or perhaps it is something more personal to you, your first game or maybe taking your child or grandchild to their first game. Whatever makes the South Stand special to you, we want to hear about it.

We have created a special page to bring everyones memories together in one place, have you a look if you need some inspiration at www.wakelet.com/@laststand for more information.

How people can share their memories
Facebook – Send us your memory by messaging our official Facebook page at www.facebook.com/leedsrhinosofficial or writing a message on our timeline using the  #LastStand. Feel free to make your story as long as you like and don’t forget to include a photo!
Twitter – Send a Tweet to @LeedsRhinos along with the #LastStand, don’t forget to include a photo along with your memory.
Email – You can also email your memory and phot to southstand@leedsrugby.com

Show your support with our Facebook Twibbon

You can play your part and upload a frame for your profile picture on Facebook to show your support for The Last Stand. Just visit http://twibbon.com/support/tls-2 log in with your Facebook and you can upload the ‘Twibbon’ frame in a few easy clicks.

How to buy your ticket

Advance ticket prices start from just £10 for juniors (16 & under), from £13 for concessions* and from £20 for adults.

You can buy online at tickets.therhinos.co.uk, or call the Ticket Office on 0371 423 1315. Alternatively, you can buy in person at the Club Shop at Headingley Carnegie Stadium. Remember, if you’re a Season Member entry to this game is included with your Membership.

*Seniors 65 & over, students and under 21s. Advance discount is valid until midnight 17/8/17 and match day prices increase by £2.

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Leeds Rhinos 16 St Helens 14

18th August 2017

By Phil Daly

Leeds Rhinos made it a special night at Headingley Carnegie with a try apiece for Ryan Hall and Adam Cuthbertson in the second half to secure victory over St Helens.

Leeds and St Helens have created some of the greatest games in the Super League era and it was fitting that Saints should be the Rhinos opponent for the final game of the South Stand.

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The two previous meetings this season were decided by just two points with the home side taking the spoils on each occasion and so it proved again.

Saints targeted youngster Jack Walker and winger Tom Briscoe under the high ball throughout, with both coming up with assured performances to keep their side on the front foot. The visitors had the better of the first half but had to settle for a Mark Percival penalty when Leeds were penalised for holding down after ten minutes.

Despite Saints enjoying the better of the chances, Kallum Watkins equalised after 19 minutes with a penalty when the visitors were caught offside.

St Helens could have gone back in front when Percival had another chance for a kick at goal but he blazed it wide.

They did eventually go in front when Zeb Taia broke clear on half way following good work by James Roby, who was a constant thorn in the Rhinos side, he drew Walker and put Jonny Lomax over for the try. Percival’s conversion made it 8-2 at the break.

After the lacklustre performance at Wakefield the week before, Leeds needed to come up with a response in the second half to befit the occasion and they did just that.

Wilkin had been penalised for obstruction as Saints came away and Leeds punished the error. A fine piece of play from the back line saw the ball moved along the back line and Liam Sutcliffe timed his pass to perfection to put Hall in for the try to mark his 300th appearance.  Watkins curled in the conversion from the touchline to level the score after 49 minutes.

Both teams had chances after that but it was the Rhinos who turned the screw as they made the most of errors from Saints. Watkins missed a chance to edge his side in front when he put his penalty attempt wide however the Rhinos had their tails up and eventually turned pressure into points when Cuthbertson took the pass to go through the gap and score. Watkins added the conversion to put his side 14-8 in front with 15 minutes to go.

Watkins then added a subsequent penalty to put his side two scores in front but there was still time for late drama when Saints replacement Danny Richardson crossed with five minutes to go.

Saints chanced their arm looking for a winning score but it was not to be and the Rhinos had their scripted end to the South Stand.

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