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Leeds Rhinos v St Helens, Friday 20th September 8pm

14th September 2013

By Leeds Rhinos

Following the Rhinos loss at Warrington and St Helens win over Hull KR, the two sides will now meet at Headingley Carnegie, next Friday, kick off 8pm.

The game will be a record eleventh meeting between the two sides in the play offs since the inaugural series in 1998 and there have been four classic Grand Final meetings. 

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Leeds Rhinos Ticket Office / Retail Opening Hours – home play-off (week two):-

Monday 16th September 9am-6pm
Tuesday 17th September 9am-6pm
Wednesday 18th September 9am-6pm (Rhinos Season Ticket Holder seats released at 6pm)
Thursday 19th September 9am-6pm
Friday 20th September 9am-10pm
Leeds Rhinos v St Helens kick off 8pm

• The Long Bar will be free to all

• The Car Park passes from the 2013 season will be valid

Members,  Season Ticket Holders, Rhinos for Life members, Leedsline Agents (Advance of match day only) Adult Concession (senior over 65 and students, under 21s, disabled – wheelchair and ambulant**) Juniors (16 and under)*
Western Terrace £17 £10 £5
South Stand £17 £10 £5
Carnegie Terrace £17 £10 £5
Paddock £17 £10 £5
Main Stand £24 £17 £5
Carnegie Wing Seats £24 £17 £5
Carnegie Centre Seats £27 £20 £5

 

General Ticket Prices and match day Adult Concession (senior over 65 and students, under 21s, disabled – wheelchair and ambulant**) Juniors (16 and under)*
Western Terrace £20 £13 £5
South Stand £20 £13 £5
Carnegie Terrace £20 £13 £5
Paddock £20 £13 £5
Main Stand £27 £20 £5
Carnegie Wing Seats £27 £20 £5
Carnegie Centre Seats £30 £23 £5

These prices offer a discount to season ticket holders and members for both teams, Rhinos 4 Life members and Leedsline agents in advance of match day. On the day the prices for the general public will apply. Season Ticket Holder seats will be released at 6pm on Wednesday 18th September.*Junior discounted prices will be applicable to all juniors in advance of match day and on the day

** Disabled purchasers are entitled to a free carer ticket upon production of carer allowance entitlement letter.

Tickets for the play off can be purchased from Monday 16th September either through the ticket office on 0871 423 1315 (calls are charged at 10 pence per minute-calls from mobiles may vary), by coming down to Leeds Rugby Ticket Sales Office or online (please read below).

Buying your tickets online:-
If you are the head of a season ticket order you are now able to do your Play Off ticket order online at www.therhinos.co.uk. Instructions are below:-

? Select the tickets tab and click buy online

? Input your season ticket customer number and password – if this is the first time you have been online then input the password ‘leedsrugby’ and it will ask you to change it. If you have forgotten your password then please follow the relevant instructions on the ‘buy tickets’ page.

? Once you have logged in successfully then select the tab ‘My account’ in the top right hand corner

? Down the left hand side you will have a number of headings – select the ‘show offers’ heading

? This will show you the offer that is on your order ‘Play Off Round Two 2013’– click add to order

? Carry out the payment for this and click the delivery method ‘match day collection’. This will update all your cards.

At present we request that if you wish to move within the ground, not purchase all the tickets which are on your original season ticket order or make any changes, that you do not use the online option to book your tickets.

Please note that all season ticket holder offers will expire at 6pm on Wednesday 18th September. From here we recommend you contact the ticket office if you wish to have the match uploaded onto your card. If you have any issues please contact the ticket office or e-mail tickets@leedsrugby.com.

IF Forms

Don’t forget to ask for an ‘’IF’ Form from the Leeds Rhinos Ticket Sales Office! This unique form offers Season ticket holders, Rhinos 4 Life members, Leedsline agents and Bronze members the chance to pre-book Grand Final 2013 tickets should we be successful in the play offs! TERMS AND CONDITIONS APPLY! Th is available to download online by clicking here when the playoff tickets go on sale.
 

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Leeds Rhinos 11 St Helens 10

20th September 2013

By Leeds Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos booked their place in the Grand Final Qualification game next weekend with an epic 11-10 win over St Helens at Headingley Carnegie.

Saints second rower Willie Manu's second try of the match 10 minutes from the end cancelled out scores from Leeds centres Kallum Watkins and Joel Moon and tied the scores to set up a thrilling finish.

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However, Jordan Turner was wide with the difficult conversion and team-mate Jon Wilkin was off target with a drop-goal attempt four minutes later before McGuire came up with the most important one-pointer of his career to seal an 11-10 success.

That enabled the reigning champions to complete the line-up for the last four, although they must now wait for Sunday's ClubCall announcement by Warrington to discover their next opponents.

It was a tight contest in the first half, although both teams looked dangerous on the counter-attack, with both Saints winger Tom Makinson and Adam Swift getting the chance to show their pace.

It took a tremendous cover tackle from Leeds skipper Kevin Sinfield to deny Swift while Rhinos full-back Zak Hardaker underlined his claim to be the best broken-field runner in Super League with a series of breaks from deep.

The champions had the majority of possession in the first half and caused the visitors' defence plenty of problems through their strong-running back row of Carl Ablett, Jamie Jones-Buchanan and Brett Delaney, although the latter pair picked up leg injuries before the break.

Jones-Buchanan went off at 26 minutes with a knee problem and Delaney hung on until half-time, when Leeds led 4-0 courtesy of Watkins' 20th try of the season on 31 minutes.

Video referee Ben Thaler awarded the score after Watkins had taken Hardaker's pass and twisted out of Francis Meli's tackle to reach the the line before losing his grip on the ball.

There was an equally close call five minutes later when McGuire forced his way to the line despite the attention of three defenders to plant the ball on the line but Thaler, using vision from RefCam, ruled he had lost control of it.

Saints' best chance of the first half came on 25 minutes when prop Louie McCarthy-Scarsbrook reached the tryline but was held on his back.

Leeds ought to have been further ahead at half-time but the scoreline took on a fairer reflection three minutes into the second half when McGuire's stabbed kick to the line bounced perfectly for centre Moon to touch down.

Sinfield's conversion made it 10-0 but a handling error from prop Jamie Peacock in his own 20-metre area gifted Saints the ideal attacking position and they made the most of it when Wilkin's sweetly-timed pass got Manu charging over for his first try.

Turner's goal cut the deficit to just four points and, with Wilkin orchestrating and kicking to good effect, St Helens threatened to take the lead and it took some tremendous defence to keep them out.

It remained scoreless for 20 minutes until Wilkin produced another slick pass to get Manu romping over for his second try which brought the scores level to set the scene for the pulsating finale.

However, after Wilkin had gone wide, Leeds sensed their chance. Sinfield appeared to be in pole position to slot over the drop goal but desperate pressure from Saints forced a re-think and McGuire was in support to take the pass and knock the crucial kick over, just as he had done at Catalan twelve months earlier. 

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