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Hull FC v Leeds Rhinos, Thursday 5th March, 8pm

2nd March 2015

By Leeds Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos taken their unbeaten record at the start of the season on the road this Thursday when they travel to the KC Stadium to take on Lee Radford’s Hull FC side.

The Airlie Birds, who this year celebrate the 150th anniversary of the formation of their club, got their season off to a flying start with a  19-0 win at Huddersfield however they lost out to Warrington by a single point in round two and ended up on the wrong side of a high scoring game with Salford Red Devils on Saturday. 

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The Black and Whites had a disappointing campaign in 2014 but will remember well their victory over Leeds at the KC Stadium on the last day of the regular season. 

Tickets and travel are now on sale for the Leeds Rhinos away match against Hull FC at The KC Stadium, Hull on Thursday 5th March, 8pm kick off. The tickets are for the Smith & Nephew North Stand, which is unreserved seating behind the posts at one end of the ground. These are priced at £20 adults, £17 OAP’s (over 60) and Youth 17-19, and £10 for Juniors under 16. Tickets for Junior Season Ticket Holders can be exchanged for a match ticket in advance of the match by producing the voucher from their away voucher booklet at the Rhinos ticket office. Disabled tickets are priced at £20, £17 and £10 depending on age. Helper tickets are also available if required and upon production of valid ID. For disabled car parking please contact Hull on 01482 505600. 
 
NB. Match day prices are adults £23, concessions £19 and juniors at £12. Junior season tickets holder must swap their away voucher in advance as they will NOT be available on the day of the game from the stadium. Also, we have been informed by Hull FC that anyone that doesn’t buy in advance will need to purchase tickets from the Hull FC ticket office and not at the turnstiles.
 
Also, official coach travel for this match is at the price of £15. Coaches will depart from inside the ground outside the Club Shop on St Michaels Lane at 5pm. Fans can access the coaches via Gate B and car parking will be in Car Park F. Don’t forget that if you are a season ticket holder you can travel to this match for free! You must exchange the voucher you received with your season ticket at the ticket office – terms and conditions apply.
 
Match tickets will be available until 3pm on Thursday 5th March from the Rhinos Ticket Office. To book either or both tickets and travel, please call the Ticket Office Hotline on 0871 423 13 15 (calls are charged at 10p per minute – calls from mobiles may vary) or book online at www.therhinos.co.uk/buytickets
 
Hull FC details are:-
Ground Address – The KC Stadium, West Park, Hull, HU3 6HU
Website – www.hullfc.com  
Ticket Hotline Number – 01482 505600
Car Parking – Car Parking is available at the Stadium at £5 per car.
Coach Parking – Coach parking is free

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Hull FC 12 Leeds Rhinos 43

5th March 2015

By Leeds Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos produced an incredible second half performance to run in seven unanswered tries to seal a memorable fightback at the KC Stadium.

Hull came into the game on the back of two defeats and right from the kick off they were fired up to make amends for those losses. They produced an impressive opening 15 minutes which was virtually ever free and put the pressure right on the Rhinos from the off.
 
Their first try came after Adam Cuthbertson was penalised for passing after the tackle had been completed when Marc Sneyd lost the ball in contact and the Rhinos forward picked up the loose ball when he was lying on the floor. Hull had been building pressure having previously gained a goal line drop out and finally the pressure was made the tell when Leon Pryce jumped highest to collect a cross field kick and score after eight minutes. Sneyd added the conversion to make it 6-0.
 
After that faultless opening from the home side, both teams were then guilty of spilling the ball in midfield and Hull had a try chalked off by the video referees when they spotted players offside chasing Sneyd’s kick which Ryan Hall spilled before Tom Lineham picked up and touched down in the corner.
 
The home side did get a second try after 25 minutes. Once again they had a lucky break in the build up. Joe Westerman appeared to lose the ball trying to offload it in the tackle however the officials judged that a Leeds hand had knocked it down first and gave the home team the scrum. Even with that set back, the Rhinos would have been bitterly disappointed with themselves as they allowed Leon Pryce in for his 200th career try, the half back spinning in the tackle with three men near him before stretching out to put it down one handed. Sneyd doubled his side’s lead with the conversion.
 
The closest the Rhinos came to a try in the first half was when Jamie Jones-Buchanan drove for the line however as he tried to stretch out the ball came loose and the chance was gone.
 
Little had gone right for the Rhinos in the first half however they put that behind them with a blistering start to the second half as they cancelled out the Hull lead inside 180 seconds with two tries. The first was created from the kick off by a brilliant 50 metre break from Brad Singleton, he passed back inside to McGuire to score. Then in the next set, Singleton crossed for a try himself after good work by Mitch Achurch. Sinfield converted both, the first from the touchline to level the game.
 
The Rhinos kept up the pressure and crossed for two more tries before the hour to turn the game on its head. Kallum Watkins created the third try and scored the fourth with some world class centre play. He sprinted passed the defence for the third try before finding McGuire in support and the try was awarded despite home protestations regarding the last pass.  Watkins then made the most of his good work by scoring himself as he raced through the defence, skipped out of the last tackle and went over. Sinfield converted both tries to put his side in a commanding 24-12 lead.
 
Hull were shell shocked at this point and Leeds kept the pressure up with two more tries. The first was a straight forward one as Kylie Leuluai powered his way over from close range before a break from Zak Hardaker create a try for Rob Burrow on his return to the side. Sinfield converted both and then added a drop goal.
 
The incredible second half performance was capped when Burrow made the most of good work by Ablett before kicking ahead and racing around the cover to touch down. Sinfield with the last kick of the game added the conversion to make the final score 43-12 to the visitors.

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