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Hull FC v Leeds Rhinos, Friday 26th June, kick off 8pm

21st June 2015

By Leeds Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos and Hull FC will reignite their long history against each other in the Challenge Cup when they face each other once again in the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Quarter Final.

The clash next Friday, 26th June, will be the seventh (and fourth in the Quarter Finals) Challenge Cup meeting between the sides since 2000 – Hull's only win in that period came in the 2005 Final at Cardiff's Millennium Stadium.

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The two sides meet the week before in the First Utility Super League at Headingley Carnegie on Sunday 21st June. In 2010, Leeds travelled to the KC Stadium in the Fourth Round of the Cup and won 48-24. That fixture was the week after a 46-30 Rhinos victory at Headingley Carnegie. Remarkably, the following year the two sides met again in consecutive weeks with the Rhinos winning 20-0 at home before two tries from Carl Ablett and Ben Jones-Bishop amongst others secured a 38-22 win in the last eight at the KC Stadium the following week.

In total, the teams have met 18 times in the Challenge Cup with Leeds having won 13 with one drawn game in the first ever meeting in the 1910 Final, which Leeds went on to win the replay to lift the famous trophy for the first time in the club's history. 

Leeds Rhinos have been allocated behind the posts in the North Stand (unreserved seating). Leeds Rhinos members (supporter members, silver members and gold members) can take advantage of the exclusive member's prices saving up to £5 compared to match day prices.

Junior season members can see this match for free! However in order to do so they must exchange their Ladbroke's Challenge Cup Quarter Final voucher from their junior voucher booklet before 3pm on Friday 26th June at the Leeds Rugby Retail Store (this is subject to ticket availability). There will be no option to exchange the junior vouchers on match day at Hull FC.

Tickets can be purchased either by coming along to Leeds Rugby Store at Headingley Carnegie Stadium, over the phone on 0871 423 1315 (calls are charged at 10p per minute – calls from mobiles may vary) or online by clicking here. For Rhinos 2015 Season Members and Rhinos 2015 Supporter Members to gain access to the discounted prices online they must input their valid customer number which appears on their membership card.

Ambulant and Wheelchair Disabled tickets are available from Leeds Rhinos and are priced accordingly depending on adult, concession or junior. Helper tickets are also available if required and upon production of valid ID. For disabled car parking please contact Hull on 01482 505600.
 

Member ticket prices (valid in advance of match day only)
Adult £15
Concessions* £12
Junior season members** Free upon production of voucher from voucher booklet 
Juniors under 5 Free and do not require ticket

 

General Sale prices (valid in advance of match day only)
Adult £18
Concession* £15
Junior** £10
Juniors under 5 Free and do not require ticket

 

Match Day Prices
Adult £20
Concession* £17
Junior** £10
Juniors under 5 Free and do not require ticket

*Concessions = Senior Citizens 60 and over / Students over 17 and in full time education upon production of a valid student card
**Juniors aged 5-16
NB Ambulant and Wheelchair Disabled tickets are available from Leeds Rhinos and are priced accordingly depending on adult, concession or junior. Helper tickets are also available if required and upon production of valid ID.

Travel to the The KC Stadium

Leeds Rhinos are offering travel to the Ladbroke's Challenge Cup Quarter Final for only £10 (normally £15). The coaches will depart from Car Park F at Headingley Carnegie Stadium at 5pm on Friday 26th June. Please note that season ticket holder free travel vouchers are NOT valid for this match.

To book your tickets and travel for this game please call 0871 423 1315 (calls are charged at 10p per minute), by coming down to the Leeds Rugby Store at Headingley Carnegie Stadium or online by clicking here

Previous Challenge Cup meetings:
2011 (Quarter Final) Hull FC 22 Leeds 38
2010 (Round 4) Hull FC 24 Leeds 48
2005 (FINAL) Hull FC 25 Leeds 24
(at Millennium Stadium, Cardiff)
2003 (Quarter Final) Leeds 41 Hull FC 18
2001 (Quarter Final) Hull FC 18 Leeds 20
2000 (Semi-Final) Hull FC 22 Leeds 28
(at McAlpine Stadium, Huddersfield)
1981 (Round 1) Hull FC 14 Leeds 5
1979 (Round 1) Hull FC 17 Leeds 6
1972 (Round 2) Hull FC 5 Leeds 16
1966 (Round 2) Leeds 22 Hull FC 12
1956 (Round 1) Hull FC 4 Leeds 9
1942 (Quarter Final, First Leg) Leeds 22 Hull FC 8
1942 (Quarter Final, Second Leg) Hull FC 12 Leeds 7
1936 (Quarter Final) Hull FC 4 Leeds 5
1933 (Quarter Final) Leeds 12 Hull FC 0
1932 (Round 1) Hull FC 2 Leeds 5
1923 (FINAL) Hull FC 3 Leeds 28
(at Belle Vue, Wakefield)
1910 (FINAL) Hull FC 7 Leeds 7
(at Fartown, Huddersfield)
1910 (FINAL, Replay) Hull FC 12 Leeds 26
(at Fartown, Huddersfield)

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Hull FC 6 Leeds Rhinos 24

26th June 2015

By Leeds Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos booked their place in the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup semi final with a 24-6 win at the KC Stadium.

Having defeated the Airlie Birds at Headingley Carnegie five days earlier, the Rhinos arrived at the KC Stadium knowing the home side would pose a sizeable challenge to their hopes of retaining the trophy they won at Wembley last year.
 
That challenge was made even harder when the heavens opened shortly after kick off and produced conditions that dominated how the game was played by both teams.
 
It was Leeds who took an early lead when Joel Moon chipped a kick up on the last and then chased through to catch the ball and stretch out to score. Kevin Sinfield added the conversion to give his side a 6-0 lead after eight minutes.
 
After the try, the rain really began to fall and Hull look most likely to take advantage as they bombarded the Rhinos back three with high kicks. Despite some initial nerves, the Rhinos gained a foothold in the game and wore their opponent down. Skipper Sinfield, who partnered Rob Burrow in the halves in the absence of Danny McGuire and Liam Sutcliffe, managed to increase his side’s lead with two penalties before the break as he opted to take the points on offer given the conditions.
 
The first try of the second half always looked like it would be crucial given how the game was panning out and so it seemed when Kallum Watkins timed his run to perfection to take Sinfield’s pass and go over, holding off a defender as he crossed the try line. Sinfield added the conversion to make it 16-0.
 
Other than a Sinfield penalty attempt that hit the crossbar, the Rhinos found themselves under immense pressure in the whole half for a twenty minute period after that. Hull had numerous chances but on each occasion, the Rhinos pressure on defence forced the home side to look for gaps that were not there and the ball was spilled. The best chance Lee Radford’s side had came when Joe Westerman broke through, Hardaker chased him back and took him down but he looked certain to slide over the line only to see the ball shoot from his body as he hit the wet surface.
 
The Rhinos punished the home side’s errors with ten minutes to go when Jimmy Keinhorst produced a brilliant burst through the defence before offloading to Rob Burrow who put Hardaker in a gap and he stepped back inside to score. Sinfield added the conversion to make it 22-0 to the holders.
 
That lead was extended soon after thanks to another long range penalty from Sinfield and despite a late Jordan Abdull try from the home side the Rhinos had produced an impressively, ruthless display to see off the challenge of Hull FC and book their spot in the semi final. 

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