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Leeds Rhinos v Huddersfield Giants, Thursday 27th April, kick off 8pm

22nd April 2017

By Leeds Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos welcome Huddersfield Giants to Headingley Carnegie on Thursday 27th April and you can save £2 if you buy your ticket before midnight on Wednesday. 

You can book tickets on 0371 423 1315, online at therhinos.co.uk/buytickets or buy in person from the club shop.

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Book Today And Save £2
Save £2 on your match ticket if you book before midnight the day before the game.
Advance tickets start from £20 for adults, from £13 for concessions* and from £10 for juniors (16 & under). Prices increase by £2 on match day and advance discount is valid until midnight on Wednesday 26th April.

Call the Ticket Office to book on 0371 423 1315, pop into the Club Shop at the stadium (open 9am-5pm Monday-Saturday), or book online 24 hours a day at www.therhinos.co.uk/buytickets

Avoid the queues and print your ticket at home. Not only will it save you having to collect tickets on the night, you’ll save the £1.50 booking fee too.

If you choose to collect your tickets on the day please arrive early and head to the official collections point in the Ticket Office on St Michael’s Lane (entrance is street side). Please arrive early to avoid congestion and to save you queuing. 

The stadium is located in a residential area so please respect our local residents and ensure you do not hinder their access to and from their property.

Free Taxi To The Game…
Leave the car at home tomorrow and take advantage of a free taxi! If you're a first time rider with Uber Cars you can take advantage of a FREE taxi ride to the value of £15 when you book using the Uber app and quote LEEDSRHINOS. 
Visit uber.com to download the app now and book your journey.

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 from 6.45pm with hot food available for members priced £6.50. 
Rugby AM will also be hosting in the Long Bar for Gold Members after the game with brand new games as well as the Man of the Match and Coach’s Player Presentations.

Where Can I Purchase Food & Drinks?
Food and drinks will be available to buy from all concession vans and bars situated around the stadium and also in the Carnegie Café Bar.

Families – Head to the Heart Family Zone
The Carnegie Café Bar is open to all as a public family area on match day, with food and drinks deals for all the family and free entertainment for the kids.
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! 
In the Heart FM Family Zone, kids can enjoy free face painting, balloon twisting, a visit from Ronnie the Rhino and a first team player pre match, as well as colouring and activity sheets.

Can I Pay On The Day At The Turnstiles?
Cash turnstiles will be available on the night on all areas of the ground for entry to all standing terraces. Match day standing prices are £22 for adults, £15 for concessions* and £12 for juniors. 
If seats remain, you will be able to upgrade on the night at the Ticket Office window adjacent to the Club Shop. All tickets will be checked by stewards upon entry to the stands.

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Leeds Rhinos 12 Huddersfield Giants 31

27th April 2017

By Leeds Rhinos

A disappointing loss for the Rhinos against Huddersfield at Headingley Carnegie prevented Leeds from going top of the Betfred Super League.

Both teams were met by wet and slippery conditions at Headingley Carnegie and it was the visitors who had the better of the opening exchanges without asking too many questions of the Rhinos defence.

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When Leeds did get the ball, they were clinical with it as Matt Parcell threw the dummy before racing through a gap to score between the posts. Kallum Watkins kicked the conversion to put his side 6-0 in front after five minutes.
Huddersfield hit back after 21 minutes when Sam Wood timed his kick to perfection for Jake Mamo to race through, juggle the ball and then get it down behind the posts. Danny Brough levelled the score with the conversion.
The Giants then took the lead after 27 minutes when Kruise Leeming took full advantage of his own 40:20 kick. Two tackles later he spotted a gap and raced through to score. Brough was on target again with the conversion.
The Rhinos managed to level the score with less than ten minutes to go until half when Stevie Ward ran the ball on the last tackle. He skipped through the attempted tackle before passing to Jack Walker, who impressed again at full back. Walker then attempted to return the pass to Ward but the pass was knocked down by Huddersfield only for Joel Moon to pop up and take the ball to score his eighth try in six games. Watkins added the conversion to level the game at 12-12 at the interval.
Leeds thought they had taken the lead after 53 minutes when McGuire showed great strength to get through under pressure and ground the ball. But referee Chris Kendall handed the decision to the video referee Robert Hicks who determined a Leeds player obstructed the Huddersfield defence and the try was chalked off.
Giants rubbed salt into the wound soon after when they were awarded a try by the video referee for Dale Ferguson. The prop raced through to score after Adam O’Brien had been held up over the line in the previous tackle.
The visitors then crossed for the crucial next score. Leeds looked to be on the attack when Walker came away from his line brilliantly but when Hall’s offload to Cuthbertson went down, Huddersfield used the free play to put McIntosh over for a try in the corner. Brough added the conversion to give his side a 24-12 advantage
A Brough drop-goal and a Roberts try added gloss to a scoreline which can give the Giants a morale boosting win, the Rhinos first loss at home this season.

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