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Leeds Rhinos v Hull FC, Friday 15th April, kick off 8pm

9th April 2016

By Leeds Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos return to Headingley Carnegie next Friday to face Lee Radford’s Hull FC side in the final game of the first half of the season.

Hull FC arrive at Headingley Carnegie on the back of a comfortable win over Huddersfield Giants in the last round, which was their fifth successive win in Super League and has seen them rise to fourth in the First Utility Super League table. 

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The two sides met four times last season in Super League, Challenge Cup and the Super 8s with Leeds winning all four games. Only one of the games was at Headingley Carnegie as the Rhinos ran out 32-20 winners. 

You can book your ticket now at www.therhinos.co.uk/buytickets or by calling 0371 423 1315 between 9am and 5pm each weekday. Remember if you book before midnight on Thursday you can save £2 on the matchday admission price. There will be cash turnstiles on all sides of the ground this Friday night.  Advance tickets start from £20 for adults, from £13 for concessions* and from £10 for juniors.

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 night, you’ll save the £1.50 booking fee when you choose to print at home.

All tickets will be checked by stewards upon entry to the stands. 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.

What’s happening on Friday?
Turnstiles are open from 5pm on Friday so be sure to arrive early and enjoy our pre match activities around the ground. As always, Ronnie the Rhino will be making his famous appearance with his lucky mascot before the game, and there will be performances on the pitch from the Spencer Properties Dance team. Keep an eye out for the Heart FM Kiss Cam at half time, where there will also be Heritage Certificate Presentations – this week representatives from the Players’ Association will be presenting heritage numbers to Ewan Dowes, Matt Schultz, Gary Divorty, Garry Schofield and Lee Crooks.

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.
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.

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, 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 from 6.30pm including a special Q&A and match preview with ex-players. Be sure to join them before kick off where 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 game.

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.

Supporter Membership Just £10…
Supporter Memberships are on sale now and are the perfect way to show your support for Leeds Rhinos without committing to a Season Membership. For just £10 you’ll get your own unique membership card to purchase match credits on – so no need to wait for tickets to arrive in the post or collect on game day! You’ll get the same great priority discounts and booking periods as Season Members, as well as a copy of the 2016 official club handbook and 50% discount on your Magic Weekend ticket! To purchase Supporter Membership ahead of tomorrow’s game, visit the club shop at Headingley Carnegie, call the Ticket Office on 0371 423 1315 or  you can now also purchase your membership online at www.therhinos.co.uk/buytickets
*Seniors over 65, under 21s and students on production of valid ID

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Leeds Rhinos 20 Hull FC 18

15th April 2016

By Leeds Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos produced a heroic performance of guts and courage to defeat Hull FC 20-18 at Headingley Carnegie thanks to late scores from Jamie Jones-Buchanan and Jordan Lilley.

The two sides could not have come into this game with more contrasting form after Hull won their last five games and the Rhinos were hoping to avoid a fifth successive defeat.
Leeds welcomed back Jimmy Keinhorst and Brett Delaney to their team whilst Hull FC were missing their inspirational skipper Gareth Ellis. However, the perhaps the biggest factor on the game started about two hours before kick off as the rain began to fall and it got heavier as the evening progressed. Both teams dealt with the slippery ball well but inevitably it led to a conservative approach on attack.
Hull had two early chances to open the scoring. The first came after Sutcliffe was penalised on the last tackle by referee Joseph Cobb however Liam Watts pass five metres from the Leeds line was spotted as going forward. Then a break by Frank Pritchard had the Rhinos back peddling only however they stood firm and managed to turn the ball over on the last tackle.
The Rhinos best chance came following an offload by Mitch Achurch that found Jimmy Keinhorst. The centre burst clear before passing to Ash Handley however as the winger tried to get around the outside, he was tackled and slid into touch in the wet in front of the South Stand.
Leeds had the chance to attack the Hull line with 24 minutes to go in the first half and they made the most of it. Having gained a penalty from a scrum, Jamie Jones-Buchanan made vital extra metres from the initial tackle and quick ball along the line put Keinhorst in space to score out wide. Lilley added the conversion from near the touchline to give his side a 6-0 lead.
The Rhinos had to defend their line after that as Hull increased their tempo as they managed to force two repeat sets. Eventually the pressure toll and Chris Green held off the attempted tackle to stretch out and score. Marc Sneyd had the simple conversion from in front of the posts to level the score after 32 minutes.
The home side did not go into their shell after that set back however and they took the game to Hull once again. Lilley kicked intelligently on the last tackle and gained his team a repeat set and Hull were then penalised for offside. The young halfback opted to go for goal and confidently struck the ball between the uprights to give his side an 8-6 lead at the break.
The second half saw not let up in the intensity and it was Hull who made the most of their early pressure as Iafeta Palea’aesina broke through. He was tackled on the line by Hardaker but Hull moved the ball back in field and Kirk Yeaman ran through to touch down Sneyd’s kick. The decision went to video referee Robert Hicks who agreed with the on field decision for a try despite claims for offside. Sneyd once again had the simple job of adding the conversion to put his side 12-8 in front after just 43 minutes.
Leeds had a fantastic chance to hit back soon after. Ash Handley collected a ball 20 metres from his own line and raced down field. Hull did well to marshall their defence to stop the initial threat but then Burrow was taken high by Watts five metres from the Hull line. Referee Cobb felt it merited nothing more than a penalty and ticking off for the prop. Leeds battled hard to get a score but ran out of numbers in the end.
However, Leeds did score on their next visit. Keinhorst went close initially before Lilley picked the ball up off his boot laces, kicked ahead, collected the ricochet off Houghton and then stretched out to score his first try for the club. He took a bang to his nose in the process but after treatment from physio Andy Barker, he collected himself and coolly slotted over the conversion to give his side a 14-12 lead.
The game was very much still in the balance and the next try looked like being crucial. It was Leeds who got it when Jamie Jones-Buchanan capped a fine performance by spinning in the tackle and go over to score. Lilley added the conversion to give his side a 20-12 lead with five minutes to go.
However, an error from the restart gave Hull the chance to hit back and Houghton slid over on the last tackle to score. Sneyd added the conversion to make it 20-18 with three minutes left.
Hull desperately tried to get a winner at the death but Handley sprinted back to boot the ball dead as the clock hit zero to secure the victory.

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