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Leeds Rhinos v Warrington Wolves Friday 24th April, kick off 8pm

18th April 2015

By Leeds Rhinos

Next Friday 27th April sees Leeds Rhinos take on Warrington Wolves in one of the biggest clashes of the season, kick off 8pm. Here is all the essential information for fans visiting the stadium for the game.

Save money on ticket prices when you buy in advance!
The Wolves game is expected to attract another bumper crowd so we urge you to buy in advance congestion and save yourself money on the night. Tickets are available for all sides of the ground. Fans will be able to pay on the night at the turnstiles for entry to the South Stand, Carnegie Stand Terrace and the Western Terrace. Please note that if you want to go in the South Stand you must enter via those turnstiles only. 

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Advance tickets start from £10 for juniors (under 16), £13 for concessions* and £20 for adults. Advance discount prices are valid until midnight on Thursday. Please note that match day prices increase by £2.

You can purchase tickets either in person at the Leeds Rugby Store at Headingley Carnegie Stadium, over the phone on 0871 423 1315 (calls cost 10p per minute, mobiles may vary) or visit www.therhinos.co.uk/buytickets to buy online.

If you buy in advance and need collect your tickets on match night please head to the official collections point in the Ticket Office on St Michael’s Lane (entrance is street side). Admission on the night is £12 for juniors (under 16), £15 for concessions* and £22 for adults. 

What's happening this Friday?
Gates will be open at 5pm on Friday and there will be plenty of entertainment on offer. We also have the Varsity game between the University of Leeds and Leeds Beckett University Mens Rugby League teams.

The Rugby League Varsity game forms part of the Leeds Varsity event which sees teams from the Leeds Beckett University and the University of Leeds go head to head in a number of sports throughout the year. Leeds Beckett have retained the prestigious Varsity trophy for 10 successive years with last year's competition being fiercely fought across 60 fixtures in 25 different sports.

Leeds Beckett University has an illustrious record in rugby league with a string of national student titles and a prestigious list of alumni and current students including Rhinos captain Kevin Sinfield and his team mates Jamie Peacock and Jimmy Keinhorst. 

The University of Leeds's rugby league club has seen major leaps forward in both individual talent and as a team. In 2014-15 the team had their most successful season to date finishing first in the BUCS Northern 1A league and going 13 games unbeaten; guaranteeing they will be no push over for the formidable Leeds Beckett side. 

Leeds Beckett recently made history in retaining the BUCS Championship title for an astounding tenth year in a row as they defeated Team Northumbria 24-6.

The University of Leeds triumphed against Swansea with a comprehensive 63-22 score line to claim the BUCS Trophy; they now go into the play offs full of confidence that they will be joining their Varsity rivals in the top flight of university rugby next year. 

In addition to the Varsity curtain-raiser game there will be Varsity-themed entertainment in between the two games with the two universities going head-to-head in an on-pitch challenge and performances from the cheerleading teams. 

Students of both universities are invited to support their respective teams and a special student ticket package has been put together to include a ticket in the South Stand, a complimentary drink at the game and access to a post-game after party. Tickets for Leeds Becket students are available to purchase from the Sports Office, Carnegie Sports Centre, Headingley Campus.
As always, Ronnie the Rhino will be making his famous appearance and there will be performances from the Spencer Properties Dance Team.

Where can I buy food and drink?
Food and drinks will be available to buy from all concession vans and bars situated around the stadium, as well as from the Carnegie Café Bar which is open to all as a public family area on match day. Make sure you check out the Champions Choice Kids Menu which features Rhinos Player themed meals for the youngsters and comes with a carton of juice or water and a cookie or piece of fruit, priced at just £5! There are also children's activities on offer in the Heart Family Zone including free face-painting, a visit from Ronnie the Rhino, a mini disco and Rhinos activity sheets making this the perfect family area!

Pick up your copy of 'Blue and Amber' match day programme…..
Sellers are situated all around the ground and programmes are also available from the Club Shop and Ticket Office for only £3!

Don't forget to visit the Club Shop…
Check out the limited edition Rhinos fashion range which is now on sale! The new Magic kit is also available to buy in adult, ladies and junior sizes with prices starting from £30!

Don't miss the big screen!
We've got a special Ultimate Birthday Message on the big screen pre match, and there will be lots of surprise messages on our scoreboard pre match and at half time. Remember you can always book this for a future game – contact Alison on 0113 2033283 or email Alison.ward@leedsrugby.com

Here's Ronnie…
Ronnie the Rhino will be joined by his lucky mascots pre match, where they will perform the famous dive in front of the South Stand before the game kicks off. If you want to book the Ronnie Match Day Mascot Package for your children for a future game contact Alison on 0113 2033283 or email Alison.ward@leedsrugby.com

Struggle to park on match day? Don't fancy driving?
Why not try the new Tiger Bus shuttle service? The new return shuttle bus services will give fans an alternative way of travelling to Headingley Carnegie Stadium on match days.
The two routes cover the following areas:

Try One – Greengates, Calverley, Woodhall, Pudsey, Farsley, Swinnow, Bramley
Try Two – Moortown, Wigton Moor, Alwoodley, Moor Allerton, Meanwood

To see details of both routes in full, including pick-up and arrival times, please click here

There will be one return journey on the Try One and Try Two routes which will depart 20 minutes after the final whistle from the bus stops outside the Kirkstall Lane entrance of the stadium. The return journey will cover the reverse of the pre-match route.

Return tickets are priced at £3.70 for adults, £1.85 for senior citizens (with Travel Card) and for juniors (16 and under), or £9.00 for a family ticket (two adults and three juniors). Single tickets are priced at £2.00 for adults and £1.00 for seniors (with Travel Card) and for juniors (16 and under.) Family tickets are not available for single journeys.

Please note that timings and routes are subject to change – please check www.therhinos.co.uk for updates. Tiger Bus will provide large capacity vehicles and always do their best to accommodate fans on a first come, first served basis. This is a Rhinos 2015 season trial.

Become a Rhinos Supporter Member!
Supporter Membership is now available for just £10. This scheme is ideal for fans who cannot commit to a season membership but still want to show their commitment to the club. As a thank you for your dedication you will receive a Rhinos 2015 handbook, £5 retail voucher and 50% discount on your Magic Weekend ticket! To purchase the Rhinos 2015 Supporter Membership just pop into the Club Shop this week or at the game on Friday!

Thank you for your support – we look forward to seeing you at Friday's game!

*Seniors over 65, under 21s and students on production of valid ID

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Leeds Rhinos 10 Warrington Wolves 29

24th April 2015

By Leeds Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos lost out for the first time at home this season as Warrington completed a league double over the home side as Kevin Sinfield became only the 4th player ever to play 500 games for the club.

The Rhinos arrived back at Headingley Carnegie after back to back away games looking to build on their impressive run of recent form against a Warrington side who have only won once since they inflicted the Rhinos only defeat at the start of March.
Leeds started strongly and camped themselves in the Wolves half in the opening five minutes however Warrington made the most of their first real attack. Ash Handley was adjudged to have knocked on a high kick as he was challenged by Joel Monaghan. Initially the visitors had a try disallowed by the video officials when for a double movement but having gone back for the scrum the ball was moved wide and Gene Ormsby was fastest to react to a through kick to touch down in the corner. Ratchford missed his conversion attempt from near the touchline but his side led 4-0 after 11 minutes.
That lead was doubled six minutes later when Richie Myler dummied to kick in midfield before going through a gap and passing to Ratchford, who kicked for the corner for Monaghan to beat Handley to the touch down. Despite home supporters calling for a forward pass from Myler the try was awarded and the Wolves had an 8-0 lead.
The Rhinos found themselves further behind after 24 minutes when Ashton Sims powered through the Rhinos goal line defence to score between the posts. Ratchford had no problem this time with the conversion and his side led 14-0.
Leeds finally managed to get a foothold in the game in the final minute of the half.  After a long period of sustained pressure on the Wolves line the visitors finally cracked. Adam Cuthbertson broke from half way and, although he was stopped, Warrington were on the back foot. Quick hands along the back line put Kallum Watkins in space and the winger went over in the corner. Sutcliffe was unable to add the conversion to leave the half time score 14-4 to Tony Smith’s side.
The first try in the second half always looked like it would be crucial in terms of the momentum of the game and it was the Wolves who got it with Man of Steel Daryl Clark spotting a gap on half way before breaking clear. He was supported by two players and eventually it was Ben Currie who went over for the try. Ratchford kicked the conversion and his side had a strong lead at 20-4.
The biggest cheer of the night from the home fans came midway through the second half when Kevin Sinfield came off the bench to become only the fourth man in the history of the club to make 500 appearances.
However, Leeds could not build on that lift in momentum and when Ormsby cut in from the wing he was able to gift Roy Asotasi a try between the posts. Ratchford added the conversion and a subsequent long range penalty to give his side a 28-4 lead.
The Rhinos finally hit back when Mitch Achurch latched onto McGuire’s pass and held off four would be tacklers before stretching out to score. Sinfield added tehe conversion to cut the gap to 28-10 but with time running out.
Declan Patton killed off any faint hopes of a come back with a drop goal seven minutes from time and Warrington were able to wind down the clock to secure a 29-10 win. 

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