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Leeds Rhinos v Catalans Dragons, Friday 2nd March, kick off 7.45pm

16th February 2018

By Phil Daly

Tickets are now on general sale for the Rhinos first home game of 2018 at Emerald Headingley Stadium. Leeds will host Catalans Dragons on Friday 2nd March, kick off 7.45pm, and fans can now purchase standing tickets for the Carnegie Terrace or West Terrace.

Advance prices are:*
£20 Adults
£13 Concessions
£10 Juniors

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To purchase tickets, call on 0371 423 1315, buy online at tickets.therhinos.co.uk or buy in person at the Club Shop at Emerald Headingley Stadium.

Book For All Home Games With Supporter Membership

Become a 2018 Supporter Member and book now for all Rhinos home games, using your unique Membership card which match credits are uploaded onto. That means no waiting for tickets to arrive in the post, and removes the hassle of collecting paper tickets on match day.

It’s just £15 to join and it’s easy to make the cost back. You’ll get lots of discounts on tickets throughout the year, like your Elland Road ticket for Leeds Rhinos v Castleford Tigers and your Dacia Magic Weekend ticket.

Find out more and join online at tickets.therhinos.co.uk or call 0371 423 1315.

Season Member? Can’t Make The Game?

If you’re a 2018 Season Member and you can’t make the Catalans Dragons fixture at Emerald Headingley Stadium you can put your ticket up for re-sale using our new ‘buy backs’ scheme, and you’ll get a match credit if your ticket sells. Head to tickets.therhinos.co.uk to release your seat – look for the ‘buy backs’ option under the ‘My Account’ tab to find out more.

*Concessions = seniors 65 & over, students and under 21s. Juniors = 16 & under. Advance prices valid until midnight the day before the game and match day prices increase by £2.

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Melbourne Storm 38 Leeds Rhinos 4

16th February 2018

By Phil Daly

Brad Singleton of Leeds Rhinos tackle Melbourne's Joshua Addo-Carr.

Leeds Rhinos lost out to Melbourne Storm in the Downer World Club Challenge at AAMI Park but came away with credit from the clash after a committed display from the Betfred Super League champions.

Leeds Rhinos arrived at AAMI Park in Melbourne looking to re-write the record books and defeat the NRL Premiers in their own back yard.

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The visitors made the perfect start after just ten minutes when Stevie Ward managed to float a pass over the top into the arms of Ryan Hall, who crossed in the corner in front of the travelling Leeds fans. Kallum Watkins narrowly missed the conversion attempt but his side led 4-0.

Young Jack Walker was put under plenty of pressure by the Melbourne attack after that and the full back came up with the answer on every occasion. Unfortunately he was forced out of the game midway through the first half with a knee injury that was a cruel blow for the former Oulton Raider.

The Rhinos kept up their momentum after that but Melbourne were handed an opportunity when the officials adjudged a forward pass by Stevie Ward. From the scrum, the home side moved up field and eventually Jesse Bromwich forced his way over from close range. Cameron Smith hit the post with his conversion attempt so it remained 4-4.

The video referee was called for for the next try as half back Brodie Croft darted through a gap before getting the ball down. Smith was on target this time and extended his side’s lead to 10-4.

The Australian skipper increased his side’s lead with a penalty soon after but Leeds were still in the game at 12-4.

However, there was bitter blow just before half time when Suliasi Vunivalu burst into life off his wing and cut back inside to score between the posts. Smith added the conversion on the hooter and his side now led 18-4 at the interval.

Despite the scoreline, Leeds continued to show incredible courage in defence to keep the Storm at bay. However, the home side did managed a fourth try after 50 minutes when replacement Nelson Asofa Solomona cut through to score. Cameron Smith added the conversion to give his side a 24-4 lead.

The Storm managed three more tries after that, including one on the final hooter but Leeds produced some outstanding defence to keep the free flowing NRL Premiers out, the pick of which was a sensational tackle by Brett Delaney on Josh Addo-Carr as the winger broke clear.

Leeds were defeated but will return to England with their pride intact having given their all and accepted the challenge of travelling to Australia to face Melbourne Storm.

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