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Leeds Rhinos v Castleford Tigers Thursday 11th June, kick off 8pm

7th June 2015

By Leeds Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos return to action at Headingley Carnegie on Thursday 11th June, kick off 8pm, when Castleford Tigers are the visitors at Headingley Carnegie Stadium for our special #TRIThursday game. Enjoy a great night out and eat free with our special offer for this game!

If you are a Rhinos 2015 Season Member then you already know what fantastic entertainment a night out at the rugby is, and now is your chance to spread the word and invite a friend. When you buy a full price adult or concession* ticket for the game, we will give you and your friend a £5 voucher each to get something to eat and drink at the many concession vans around the ground on match night.

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If you are not a member yet, you can take advantage of this offer by getting a group of mates organised and coming to the match together. If you buy 4 or more tickets you will each receive a £5 food and soft drink voucher for the game too!

The party must be made up of a minimum of 4 adults/concessions* and it can be in any area of the ground. Please note that the deadline for this offer is Tuesday 9th June at 5pm.

Advance ticket prices start from £20 for adults, £13 for concessions (seniors over 65 and students on production of valid ID) and £10 for juniors (under 16). Please note that advance discount is valid until midnight the day before the game. Tickets can be purchased over the phone on 0871 423 1315 (10p per min, mobiles may vary), in person at the Leeds Rugby Store at Headingley Carnegie Stadium or at www.therhinos.co.uk/buytickets to buy online.
*Seniors over 65, under 21s, students or disabled on production of valid ID

The party must be made up of a minimum of 4 adults/concessions* and it can be in any area of the ground. 
An example is if someone buys 6 adults then you will be issued with 6 food vouchers

If Rhinos 2015 Adult / Concession* Season Members purchase a full price adult / concession* ticket for friend/s or family member/s then they all eat for free!
An example is if a member buys 3 adults then you will be issued with 4 food vouchers, to include yourself as the member

The terms and conditions are:
·Minimum order is 4 full paying adults / concessions*
·Rhinos 2015 Adult / Concession* Season Members minimum purchase is 1 full paying adult / concession* – we must obtain the data for the friend / family member when making the purchase.
·The 'Bring a Friend for free' membership 2015 scheme cannot be utilised as part of this offer – members must purchase full price tickets
·Junior tickets / season memberships are not valid for this offer
·The voucher is the value of £5 per person only (for use in the concession vans around the ground only – VALID ON FOOD AND SOFT DRINKS ONLY) 
·The offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer (e.g. someone cannot claim discounted tickets on a promo code or as part of a group and obtain the food voucher offer aswell – based on full price paying fans only)
·The offer is only valid until 5pm on Tuesday 9th June

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Leeds Rhinos 24 Castleford Tigers 31

11th June 2015

By Leeds Rhinos

The Rhinos fought back from 18-0 down early on but ultimately missed out against Castleford as a late try from Denny Solomona sealed the win for the visitors.

With Castleford coming into the game on the back of wins over Wakefield and Hull KR on the road they were always going to be full of confidence and they got off to a near perfect start to race out into an 18-0 after 20 minutes.
 
The first try came after Paul Aiton was pulled up for a forward pass just inside his own half. It was the third in a series of early errors from the home side and Castleford made them pay when Grant Millington took Nathan Massey’s short pass to get around three defenders to score between the posts.
 
Luke Gale kicked the conversion then produced a sensational 40:20 kick that Liam Sutcliffe narrowly failed to keep in play. From the scrum, the Tigers worked a short side move and Liam Finn stretched out to score. Gale once again added the conversion to give his side a 12-0 lead after as many minutes.
 
Despite the scoreline, the Rhinos have been producing some pounding defence on the Tigers deep in the visitors half so the frustration was evident when the Tigers managed to increase their lead further. Carl Ablett was looking to get the ball away quickly only for Michael Shenton to tap the ball from his grasp, pick up and race 40 metres to score. Gale’s conversion gave his side an 18-0 lead and they looked in a strong position.
 
The Rhinos needed to find a response fast and they got a try back following some indiscipline by the visitors near their line. Eventually the pressure was made to tell and Carl Ablett held off two attempted tacklers to cross next to the posts. Sutcliffe added the conversion to give his side hope at 18-6.
 
The gap was cut further when Ryan Hall crossed for his eleventh try of the season as the winger stayed out wide to take McGuire’s pass and score. Sutcliffe was unable to add the conversion from the touchline but his side were back in the game.
 
That feeling was enhanced even further when Adam Cuthbertson took a short pass near the Tigers line and spun out of the initial tackle before crashing over for the try. Sutcliffe added the conversion to make it 18-16 at the break to the visitors.
 
The second half was always going to struggle to live up to the one that proceeded it but there was even more drama. The two sides traded tries early on when Denny Solomona scored in the corner before good work by McGuire put Jimmy Keinhorst in space and he crossed for a well deserved try. Kevin Sinfield added the conversion from wide out and then kicked a penalty to level the game at 24-24 with less than ten minutes to go.
 
The Tigers managed to edge their way in front again when Finn kicked a drop goal from 25 metres out before there was late drama. Young winger Handley looked to have dealt with a speculative kick only for it to rebound off his body and straight into the path of Solomona. Gale made sure of the result with the conversion to put his side two scores in front and they ran down the clock to record their first win at Headingley Carnegie since 2010. 

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