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Bring along your little Super hero to the Rhinos on Easter Monday

24th March 2016

By Leeds Rhinos

Get the family together and join us for a family day at Headingley Carnegie Stadium on Easter Monday where Leeds Rhinos face Wakefield Trinity Wildcats, kick off 3pm.

There will be lots of free family entertainment taking place around the ground ahead of the big game and we’re inviting all juniors to dress up as their favourite Superheroes on the day! We’ll have the likes of Spiderman, Iron Man and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles roaming around the ground and would love for all juniors to get involved in the action!

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Wakefield come into the game on the back of a morale boosting victory over Huddersfield Giants on Good Friday whilst Leeds will be aiming to repeat their victory over St Helens in their last home game.

There is activity going on all around the ground so get down early and enjoy all the activities on offer.

Gates open at 12 noon and there are cash turnstiles on all sides of the ground however remember if you purchase your ticket before midnight on Easter Sunday, you can save £2 on the matchday admission price.

To buy online go to www.therhinos.co.uk/buytickets.

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Leeds Rhinos 16 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats 20

28th March 2016

By Leeds Rhinos

A last gasp long range from Craig Hall sealed a dramatic 20-16 win for Wakefield over the Rhinos on Easter Monday.

Both teams came into this Easter Monday keen to get a win to kick start their campaign and Leeds had a great opportunity early on when Wakefield conceded a penalty for offside within 30 seconds of the kick off as they allowed the ball to bounce. However, the Wildcats managed to stand firm in defence.
 
It was the visitors who struck first after 15 minutes when Liam Finn dropped off a short pass for second row Matty Ashurst to go over and run around behind the posts to give Finn a simple conversion attempt to make it 6-0.
 
Leeds had plenty of pressure on the Wildcats line after that with Wakefield penalised on a number of occasions for some desperate defence at times. However, the Rhinos could not find a way to open up their defence.
 
The Rhinos did finally find a break through when Liam Sutcliffe got the ball away in the tackle. It bounced off Wakefield’s Craig Hall but Joel Moon was alert to the chance and picked up the loose ball before going over. Liam Sutcliffe levelled the game with the conversion after 32 minutes.
 
However, there was still time for Wakefield to retake the lead with a Finn penalty just before half time to give his side an 8-6 advantage at the break.
 
The lead was extended after half time when the Wildcats crossed following a long range break. Leeds appeared to have the visitors penned in their own half but they broke clear before Jacob Miller cut back inside to get passed Ash Handley to score. Finn converted to make it 14-6 after 48 minutes.
 
The Rhinos hit back four minutes later when Wakefield failed to deal with a high kick and allowed the ball to bounce and Kallum Watkins was alert to the danger and collected the ball before offloading from the ground to Tom Briscoe to score. Sutcliffe was wide with his conversion attempt from the sideline but Leeds were back in the game at 14-10.
 
The home side then piled on the pressure and were unlucky not to score through Zak Hardaker and then Jamie Jones-Buchanan, when desperate defence by Tom Johnstone saved his side on both occasions.
 
However, they did hit the front when Mitch Achurch took Adam Cuthbertson’s pass to go over. Wakefield were down to 12 men with Scott Moore in the sin bin and the giant forward powered his way over. Sutcliffe added the conversion to give his side a slender 16-14 lead.
 
With five minutes to go Finn levelled the game with a penalty but as Leeds went pressing for a winning score the Wildcats scored a breakaway try through Craig Hall, who went 80 metres to score down the Main Stand touchline to win the game.
 

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