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Harlequins RL v Leeds Rhinos, Saturday 20th June, kick off 6pm

14th June 2009

By Leeds Rhinos

We now have tickets and travel on sale for the Leeds Rhinos away match against Harlequins RL which is on Saturday 20th June and is now a 6pm kick off.

We have North Stand tickets only available for this match; they are priced at £15.00 for Adults, £10.00 for Students (with a valid student card) and Senior Citizens (Over 60 years of age) and £5.00 for under 16’s. 

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Junior season ticket holders can exchange their away voucher (number 8) at Headingley Carnegie Stadium. 

Official coach travel is also available for this match priced at £25.00 with 5% discount for season ticket holders, bronze members and Rhinos 2000 members the coach will depart from Car Park F on St Michaels Lane at 9.00am this will allow 2 ½ hours free time in Richmond to get something to eat or drink before going the Stoop. 

The ticket office also have a small allocation of wheelchair disabled and helper tickets available at £10 with the carer ticket for free.

To book either tickets or travel please call the ticket office hotline on 0871 423 13 15 or book online by clicking here 

Please note tickets will go off sale on Friday 19th June.

Harlequins are hosting a day long feast of rugby to coincide with the Rhinos game. With the game now kicking off at 6pm, they are opening early to show the British Lions match (2pm KO on the big screens in the bar), then there’ll be the reserves and of course the main event – 3 games for the price of 1!

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Harlequins RL 14 Leeds Rhinos 48

20th June 2009

By Leeds Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos scored 8 tries to secure a 48-14 win over Harlequins at Twickenham Stoop

Leeds Rhinos travelled to the Twickenham Stoop hoping it would be a case of third time lucky having been beaten by Brian McDermott’s side in their last two outings. 

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Leeds welcomed back Jamie Peacock, Ryan Hall and Danny McGuire after they were rested for the previous weeks win over Huddersfield, but were without Matt Diskin and Ryan Bailey, who both failed late fitness tests. 

Leeds were given an early scare when the homeside took the lead through a Chris Melling try. Quins made a strong start and put early pressure on the Rhinos and after just five minutes of play they broke through the Rhinos defence after a long pass out wide from Danny Orr found Melling, who was waiting unmarked on the wing and was able to run over for the opening try. Danny Orr though was unable to add the conversion. 

It was not until the end of the first quarter that Leeds began to look comfortable and on 17 minutes Leeds captain Kevin Sinfield was able to settle his side with a try, after he was first to get to the ball after a grubber kick from Danny McGuire. he then added the conversion to give the Rhinos a narrow 6-4 lead. 

It was not long before the defending Champions had extended that lead after good work from Jamie Peacock who used his strength to put the Rhinos in a good position before linking up with Brent Webb who then sent over the onrunning McGuire for the try. 

Harlequins hit back on 28 minutes when Will Sharp out jumped Scott Donald to touch the ball from a long , with Sharp knocking the ball down for David Howell who ran in for a try in the corner. Crucially for the Rhinos Orr once again missed the conversion leaving the score 12-8 to Leeds. 

Ali Lauitiiti came close to scoring on the 30th minute, showing his power to go over the tryline, but under immense pressure from Quins he spilled the ball before he could ground the ball. The homeside were then denied a try when video evidence showed that the Rhinos had successfully held up Daniel Heckenberg to prevent him from getting the ball down. 

Brian McDermott’s side were left to rue this opportunity to narrow the gap on the 39th minute when Rob Burrow weaved his way through to create space before setting up Jamie Jones-Buchanan for a try. Sinfield added the conversion and then added a penalty in the final minute to bring the half time score to 20-8. 

Quins failed to open the second half in the same fashion as they had in the first and it soon became clear that Leeds were determined to get revenge for their defeat to Quins at Headingley Carnegie earlier in the season. Within minutes of the restart Leeds had increased their lead after they benefited from a sloppy Sharp pass which gave the Rhinos possession and Brent Webb took the opportunity to set up Scott Donald for a try in the corner. 

Webb then went from creator to scorer as he scored his side’s next try, after Keith Senior made a strong break. At this stage the Rhinos looked in commanding form and on 54 minutes after some good pressure in the Quins half Danny Buderus burrowed his way over from close range for his first try for the club. A good attacking move from Leeds on the left wing, with Burrow and Senior making good ground, led to a try for Lee Smith in the right corner on 62 minutes. With two long passes McGuire and Jones-Buchanan successfully spread the play out wide to Smith and the centre ran over from 20 metres out.  Kevin Sinfield continued his perfect kicking record in the game by adding the conversions to give his side a 44-8 lead. 

Chad Randall added what was to be only a consolation try when he powered his way over on 69 minutes but Ryan Hall cancelled this try out after superb team play, with the ball being played out wide to the England winger who continued his fantastic scoring run with a try in the corner. With Sinfield off the field Burrow stepped up to take the kick, but the scrum half was unable to add the conversion leaving the final score 48-14, the Rhinos biggest win of the season.

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