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Hull FC v Leeds Rhinos Ladbrokes Challenge Cup semi final

22nd July 2017

By Phil Daly

Leeds Rhinos travel to the Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster next Saturday to face Hull FC in the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup semi final .

There is a members discount** available on all tickets which is £3 for adult members, £2 for concession* members and £1 for junior members.

Category 1 – these seats are along the touchline in the centre and are £30 for adults, £20 for concessions, £15 for juniors. SOLD OUT

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Category 2 – these seats are along the touchline but nearer the  try line than category 1. These tickets are £25 for adults, £17.50 for concessions and £12.50 for juniors. SOLD OUT

Category 3 – these tickets are behind the post and in the corner. These are £20 for adults, £15 for concessions and £10 for juniors. There are just 150 of these tickets remaining.

You can order in the club store at Headingley Carnegie in person, or over the phone on 0371 423 1315 or online at www.therhinos.co.uk/buytickets

Members are Rhinos 2017 Season Member / Rhinos 2017 Supporter Member / Rhinos 4 Life Member / Leedsline Agent

*Concessions = Senior Citizens 65 and over/ Students upon production of a valid student card / Serving Military with valid ID
**Valid until 3pm on Friday 28th July.
Juniors Under 2 are not required to pay for a ticket but you must claim a free ticket for them from Leeds Rugby Ticket Sales Office

Disabled (Wheelchair and Ambulant) are entitled to receive a complimentary helpers ticket upon production of valid ID. Disabled tickets are charged depending on age. Should audio descriptive commentary equipment be required you must contact the RFL on 0844 8561113.

Travel to The Keepmoat Stadium

Leeds Rhinos are offering half price coach travel to the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup Semi Final for only £7.50 (normally £15)*.

For this match, we are offering 5 departure points, 4 of which are in association with the Leeds Rhinos Ambassador Scheme. The coaches will be departing at the times listed for each of the venues:

Headingley Carnegie Stadium, Departs at 11.30am
Pick up Point – Car Park F
St Michaels Lane,
Leeds,
LS6 3BR
Parking is available in Car Park F on a first come, first served basis.

City Centre – Sovereign Street, Departs at 11.30am
Pick up Point – Hilton Hotel end
Sovereign Street
Leeds
LS1 4BA
Paid parking only available in the surrounding area.

Horsforth, Departs at 11.30am
Pick Up Point – Horsforth Cricket & Sports Club,
Brownberrie Lane,
LS18 5SB
Parking available at this venue on a first come, first served basis. Parking is available in the surrounding area.

Garforth, Departs at 11.30am
Pick Up Point – Garforth Academy,
Lidgett Lane,
LS25 1LJ
Parking available at this venue on a first come, first served basis. Parking is available in the surrounding area.

Morley, Departs at 11.30am
Pick Up Point – Morley Cricket & Sports Club
Scatcherd Lane,
Morley,
LS27 0JJ
Parking available at this venue on a first come, first served basis. On street parking is available in the surrounding area.

*Rhinos 2017 Season Member travel vouchers are not valid for this match.

Please ensure that when you speak to a member of staff when booking travel, you notify them as to where you wish to depart from.Travel is subject to availability.

NB If numbers are low departing from a particular venue, then they will be brought back to depart from Headingley Carnegie Stadium

To book your tickets and travel for this game please call 03714231315, by coming down to the Leeds Rugby Store at Headingley Carnegie Stadium or online at www.therhinos.co.uk/buytickets.

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Leeds Rhinos 24 Hull FC 43

29th July 2017

By Phil Daly

Kallum Watkins scored the third Rhinos third try of the game

Leeds Rhinos missed out on the chance of returning to Wembley after succumbing 43-24 to Hull FC at the Keepmoat Stadium, Doncaster in the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup semi finalThe clash between the last two holders of the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup was always going to be a mouth watering affair and both teams played their part in setting up a game that lived up to the pre-match billing.

The early exchanges were a tight affair with Hull enjoying the better of the earlier territory and they thought they had scored after eight minutes. Marc Sneyd’s kick to the corner was spilled by Tom Briscoe but Mark Minichiello was denied the try when replays showed obstruction in the build up.

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Eventually it was the Rhinos who took the lead after 19 minutes. The winger chased a high kick from Joel Moon towards the in goal and jumped highest to collect the ball and ground it before the line. Kallum Watkins added the conversion to give his side a 6-0 lead.

The Rhinos only held the lead for five minutes however as Hull hit back through Albert Kelly. Briscoe had been challenged in the air by Talanoa as the ball came free, Hull were quickest to react and Kelly cut through  a gap to score between the posts. Sneyd added the conversion to level the score.

Leeds a great chance after that when Stevie Ward and Watkins combined to put Briscoe away down the touchline. Briscoe returned the ball to Watkins but the England man could not find his support and the chance fizzled out.

However, the Rhinos did retake the lead after 32 minutes and it was Hall again with another spectacular effort. Leeds kept the ball alive and Moon slides a kick in behind the Hull defence which Hall grounded with   millimetres to spare. Watkins added the conversion from the touchline to put his side 12-6 in front.

Once again Hull hit back as Carlos Tuimavave took Sneyd’s inside pass before going over. Sneyd levelling matters once again.

Hull then took the lead for the first time on the stroke of half time with a try out of nothing. They seemed to be going no where on the last play but Sneyd’s kick popped up in midfield and Kelly was on hand to catch it and offload to Chris Green to score. Sneyd added the conversion to make it 18-12 at half time.

The Airlie Birds looked certain to increase that lead at the start of the second half when they kept the ball alive with a series of offloads. Talanoa was wide open in the corner but Sneyd’s pass ended up in touch and the chance went begging.

However they did score a fourth try after 47 minutes when Talanoa this time turned provider, out jumping Briscoe before passing down to Tuimavave for his second try of the game. Sneyd added the conversion and crucially Hull had become the first team to take a two score lead.

They extended their advantage with 26 minutes to go when Sneyd slotted over a drop goal and the fans from the KCOM Stadium were already making their plans for Wembley.

The Rhinos gave themselves a lifeline with twenty minutes to go with a fine piece of inventive play by McGuire, the skipper threading a kick through for Watkins to chase onto. The centre collected, dummied in side and then powered his way to the line. He converted his own try to make it 25-18.

However, Hull FC still had the scoreboard in their favour and they regained their 13 point advantage with 14 minutes to go when Liam Watts proved too strong near the line for Watkins to stop. Sneyd added the conversion to make it 31-18.

The Airlie Birds sealed their place at Wembley when Jamie Shaul went 80 metres after gathering a through kick by Watkins as he desperately tried to create something for his side in the final minutes. Sneyd added the conversion from wide out to make it 37-18.

Prop Scott Taylor finished off the game as he forced his way over from close range in the closing minute. Sneyd added the conversion to make it 43-18 win to Lee Radford’s men.

The Rhinos did finally managed to cross for a fourth try when Ashton Golding darted over from close range. Jordan Lilley added the conversion to make the final score 43-24.

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