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Leeds Rhinos v Leigh Centurions, Friday 2nd June, kick off 8pm

29th May 2017

By Leeds Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos are back in action this Friday night for a huge match at Headingley Carnegie Stadium, as the Rhinos face Leigh Centurions.

We’re expecting a bumper crowd and a great atmosphere, so don’t miss out on the action.

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Here’s all the information you need about what’s happening on the night. Turnstiles open at 5pm and the game kicks off at 8pm.

Book Today For Cheapest Price
Save £2 on your tickets when you book before midnight on Thursday 1st June. Advance standing tickets are priced £20 for adults, £13 for concessions* and just £10 for juniors.
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 tickets.therhinos.co.uk
Save the £1.50 booking fee by printing your ticket at home. No need to collect tickets before the match so you can avoid the queues!
If you do choose to collect your tickets on Thursday 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.

What’s Happening on Friday?
Fans can enjoy free entertainment around the ground before kick off, including a Transformer Robot greeting fans by the Club Shop, live music from our saxophonist in the Rhinos gazebo from 6.30pm, and an inflatable skill zone to put your passing skills to the test on, next to the Headingley Lodge.
We're celebrating a double header of Rugby League on the day, with the UK Armed Forces RL team facing the England Students team in a curtain raiser to the main League game, kicking off at 5.30pm.
The curtain raiser is the final warm up game for the England Students before the Festival of World Cups taking place in Australia and New Zealand later in the year.

Guess The Score
Enter your score prediction and you could win two VIP tickets to a future Rhinos game!
It's FREE to play and you must submit your prediction prior to 7pm on Friday. Click here to take part – click join, complete your personal details and choose a password to register before making your guess. Good luck!

Free Taxi To The Game
Leave the car at home on Friday 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.

More Gold Member Prizes Up For Grabs
The Long Bar is open for all Gold Members pre and post-match on Friday.
Alex Simmons will be hosting pre-match activity from 6.45pm, with hot food available priced £6.50.
Alex will also be hosting in the Long Bar for Gold Members after the game to present the Man of the Match and Coach’s Player Presentations.
What’s more, this week one Gold Member can win the chance to star in the 2018 official team photo, and one Junior Gold Member can win the chance to be a player escort and walk out with the Rhinos at a future home game!
Make sure you’re in the Long Bar after the final whistle on Friday night night to be in with a chance of winning!
If you’re a Silver Season Member and want to upgrade to Gold Membership, you can do so £25 for the entire season! Contact the Ticket Office on 0371 423 1315.

Send us your selfies on Friday night! We want to see you getting ready for the game, having a pre match pint, travelling to the stadium, taking your place proudly in the stands – share your photos on Twitter with #RhinosMatchNight and we’ll choose a winning photo to show on the big screen at half time!

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 (under the Carnegie Stand).
Head to the Sports Bar or Ronnie’s Bar behind the Main Stand, or fans in the South Stand can find the bar in the concourse underneath the stand.

Families – Head to the Heart Family Zone
The Carnegie Café Bar is open to all as a public family area on match day. Food and drinks deals are available for all the family and there’s FREE entertainment for the kids in the Heart Family Zone.
Kids can enjoy free face painting, balloon twisting, colouring and activity sheets, as well as a visit from Ronnie the Rhino at 7pm.

Pick Up Your Copy Of Blue & Amber
Get your official match day programme on Friday night for just £3. You can read up on exclusive content, quizzes, team news and player stats – pick up yours from the Club Shop, Ticket Office or from sellers around the ground.

Can I Pay On The Day At The Turnstiles?
We’re expecting a bumper crowd on Friday night and strongly suggest buying in advance rather than on the gate.
As it stands, 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.
Please keep an eye on the Rhinos website for the most up to date information.
All tickets will be checked by stewards upon entry to the stands.

Bag Searches
We are conducting bag searches on Friday night, 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. Thank you for your co-operation.

Supporter Membership On Sale Now
Supporter Membership is on sale for just £10. It’s the perfect way to play your part for the club without committing to a Season Membership.
You’ll get your own unique Membership card – allowing you to purchase and upload match credits (so there’s no need to queue for tickets on game day or wait for them to arrive in the post!)
You’ll also get a copy of the official 2017 club handbook (which normally retails at £4.95) and you’ll get the same great access to priority booking periods and match ticket discounts as Season Members (where applicable).
Sign up at the Ticket Office or Club Shop whilst you’re here for the game on Friday night, or join online at therhinos.co.uk/buytickets or over the phone on 0371 423 1315.

We look forward to seeing you Friday! 

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Leeds Rhinos 22 Leigh Centurions 14

2nd June 2017

By Leeds Rhinos

Adam Cuthbertson capped a man of the match performance with two tries as the Rhinos were forced to work hard to defeat Leigh Centurions at Headingley Carnegie.

Leigh started the game strongly and were forcing the Rhinos to attack from deep inside their own half on a number of sets. Having weathered that early storm the Rhinos then gained a foothold and were able to lift the tempo of the game, resulting in a string of penalties against the visitors as they looked to slow down the Rhinos ruck speed. Eventually the pressure counted and Cory Paterson was caught out as he tried to slow Matt Parcell down at the play the ball only to then fail to get back and stop Adam Cuthbertson as he came charging on to the ball from close range. Liam Sutcliffe failed to add the conversion.
Joel Moon had a great chance soon after but spilled Sutcliffe’s pass near the line in the wet and slippery conditions. However, it was not long before the Rhinos increased their lead as Danny McGuire and Kallum Watkins worked a move to create space for Tom Briscoe to slide in at the corner. Sutcliffe missed from wide out but his side now led 8-0 after sixteen minutes.
The Rhinos were in a strong position with Leigh having to work hard to get out of their own end but the visitors got a break when Drinkwater kicked a 40:20. The Centurions made the most of the visit as Matty Dawson stayed wide on his touchline and took the pass to dive in at the corner. Drinkwater missed the conversion but his side were back in the game.
The conditions played a major part in the next phase of the game as both teams were guilty of spilling too much ball in the wet. Eventually it was Leeds who crossed for the next two when Rob Burrow’s cross field kick was plucked out of the air by Joel Moon jumping highest through a pack of players before he touched down. Sutcliffe added the conversion to give his side a ten point lead.
Leigh however showed their trademark doggedness and got a score back just before half time when Dawson took advantage as the Rhinos allowed a kick to bounce near their line and he spun out of the tackle to get the ball down. Drinkwater added the conversion to make it 14-10 at the interval.
The visitors were reduced to 12 men shortly after half time when Antoni Maria was sin binned for a late challenge on Danny McGuire. Sutcliffe kicked the penalty to stretch his side’s lead to 16-10.
Just before the hour mark, the Rhinos crossed for their fourth try as Cuthbertson timed his run to perfection to pick up McGuire’s grubber kick and touch down. Sutcliffe added the conversion to make it 22-10. 

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Sutcliffe missed two further opportunities to increase the lead with penalties but Leeds kept the Centurions at bay until the final second of the game when Cory Paterson crossed in the corner. 

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