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Leeds Rhinos v Hull KR, Friday 1st April, kick off 8pm

28th March 2016

By Leeds Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos are back in action at Headingley Carnegie this Friday when they take on Hull KR.

Gates open at 5pm and this week the Rhinos U19 side are back in action as the curtain raiser against St Helen, kick off 5.15pm.

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Tickets are available for all areas of the ground. Book today to guarantee your ticket and also save £2 on your match ticket! Advance tickets start from £10 for juniors, from £13 for concessions and from £20 for adults. Please note that prices increase by £2 on match day and advance discount is valid until midnight on Thursday.
To book your tickets, call the Ticket Office on 0371 423 1315 open until 9am until 5pm each week day, or book online 24 hours a day at www.therhinos.co.uk/buytickets. Avoid the queues and print your ticket at home if you book online with our new ticketing system. Not only will it save you having to collect tickets on the day, you’ll save the £1.50 booking fee when you choose to print at home!

If you buy tickets in advance and choose to collect your tickets please arrive early and head to the official collections point in the Ticket Office on St Michael’s Lane (entrance is street side) which will help you avoid congestion and  save you queuing. All tickets will be checked by stewards upon entry to the stands.

Can I pay on the day at the turnstiles?
As it stands, cash turnstiles will be available on all sides of the ground on Friday including the South Stand. Turnstiles open at 5pm and match day standing prices are £22 for adults, £15 for concessions and £12 for juniors.
Please note that we are conducting bag searches at Headingley Carnegie this season and ask that fans consider not bringing any bags into the stadium with them where possible – particularly large bags and rucksacks, as this will slow down entry. The stadium is located in a residential area – please respect our local residents and ensure you do not hinder their access to and from their property.

Guess The Score
Enter your score prediction on our new Guess The Score website and you could win two VIP tickets to a future Rhinos game! Leeds Rhinos Foundation have developed the new website along with partners NHS Leeds North CCG giving fans the chance to win a 4 course meal, complimentary match programme, pre-match analysis from one of the Rhinos first team, centre section seating in the Main Stand, if you guess the score right! It's FREE to play and you must submit your prediction prior to 7pm on Friday!  Click here to take part and join, complete your personal details and choose a password to register before making your guess. Good luck!

Hey There Gold Members…
The Long Bar is open for all Gold Members pre and post-match this season. Alex Simmons will be hosting pre-match activity including a special Q&A and match preview with ex-players who have all played for Leeds and Hull KR during their career. Hot food will be available for members priced £6.50.
Rugby AM will also be hosting in the Long Bar for Gold Members after the match, with ‘The Box’ game where one lucky fan can try their luck at winning the Ultimate Rhinos Experience.

Pick Up Your Copy Of Blue & Amber…
Official match day programmes are available from the club shop, Ticket Office or from sellers around the ground on game day for just £3.

Where can I purchase food and drinks?
Food and drinks will be available to buy from all concession vans and bars situated around the stadium.

Visit the Heart Family Zone
The Carnegie Café Bar is open to all as a public family area on match day. Choose the Champions Choice Kids Menu with a main course, carton of juice or water and a cookie or piece of fruit, priced at just £5! There will also be free activities for children on offer in the Heart Family Zone, including free face painting, balloon twisting and a visit from Ronnie the Rhino.

Much More On Offer With Rhinos Season Membership…
Season Memberships are still available to purchase and there is plenty on offer as well as entry to all remaining home games! Remember that members also get entry to three Super 8 games with a bonus fourth Super 8 game if the Rhinos finish in the top four, and you’ll get a 50% discount on your Magic Weekend ticket! Members also receive priority and discounts (where available) on tickets for major games and, new for 2016, members will be given access to exclusive retail sale events and members only merchandise. For the full list of Member Benefits, prices and payment options visit www.rhinosmemberships.com. To purchase your membership ahead of tomorrow’s game, call the Ticket Office on 0371 423 1315 or you can now also purchase your membership online at www.therhinos.co.uk/buytickets

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Leeds Rhinos 10 Hull KR 30

1st April 2016

By Leeds Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos endured another bitterly painful defeat as they slipped to a 30-10 loss to Hull KR at Headingley Carnegie.

Both teams came into the game desperate to get a victory after back to back losses over Easter and that sense of tension was evident from both teams in the opening exchanges.
The Rhinos welcomed back skipper Danny McGuire but were without Tom Briscoe with a shoulder injury, Brett Ferres with a torn calf, Jimmy Keinhorst with a calf strain and Brett Delaney, who had a hamstring injury along with the longer term injured duo of Ryan Hall and Stevie Ward.
Leeds had a great chance to open the scoring early on when Liam Sutcliffe, who started at full back with Zak Hardaker on the wing, spotted a gap out wide and finding Kallum Watkins but as the centre stretched out to score, he was adjudged to have lost the ball.
Hull KR welcomed back their own captain in Terry Campese and the half back was orchestrating his troops around the field and it was Rovers who opened the scoring after forcing a repeat set. On the last tackle former Rhino Shaun Lunt dummied to pass before ducking through a gap to score. Kieran Dixon added the conversion to make it 6-0 after 19 minutes.
The visitors could have scored soon after when Graeme Horne failed to take in an offload with the line in front of him but they did double their lead before the break when Lunt went over for his second try. The damage was done by James Greenwood with a break in midfield when he was denied a try by a last ditch tackle by Sutcliffe. However, Leeds were on the back foot and Lunt punished them by popping up to score. Dixon was off target this time so it remained 10-0 at the break.

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Leeds started the second half brightly and dominated the early possession but were caught by a sucker punch when they looked like crossing for a try. Rob Burrow’s attempted grubber kick on the last got caught under his feet and Hull KR reacted quickest. The ball was fed immediately to Dixon and, with a 20 metre start, there was no way of stopping him racing 70 metres to score. He missed the conversion but his side now led 14-0 after 45 minutes.
Ten minutes later, the Rhinos looked like they would once be able to build some pressure. Cockayne spilled McGuire’s high kick behind his posts but just as the ball was running out of play, Dixon was backing up to get his full back out of trouble. Hull KR then went the length of the field and Lunt held off an attempted tackle before offloading back inside to Cockayne to score next to the posts. Dixon added the conversion to give his side a 20-0 lead with 24 minutes to go.
Leeds finally got a break when they crossed for their first try of the game. Ash Handley took a high kick before breaking 20 metres up field and passing to Hardaker. The England man burst clear but was hunted down by Dixon. The Rhinos kept their heads and McGuire passed to Jamie Jones-Buchanan, who bumped off the tackle and went over for the try. Hardaker added the conversion to make it 20-6 with 18 minutes to go.
The Rhinos needed to score next to give themselves hope of a comeback and they did just that. Joel Moon thought he had scored in the corner but was denied by the referee however the ball went the width of the pitch on the last tackle and Carl Ablett dummied to pass to the wing before cutting back inside to score. Hardaker was unable to add the conversion from the touchline so it remained 20-10.
However, any hopes of a fairytale finish were crushed with two late scores from the visitors. The first came from Mitch Allgood, he appeared to be stopped near the line but then rolled out of the tackle and over the line to score. With two minutes to go former Rhino Robbie Mulhern brushed off the attempted tackle by Josh Walters and Adam Cuthbertson and broke through to score. Cockayne converted the latter try to give his side a 30-10 win.

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