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Leeds Rhinos v Salford Red Devils, Monday 21st April, 3pm

17th April 2014

By Leeds Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos play Salford Red Devils in the First Utility Super League on Easter Monday (21st April) at Headingley Carnegie Stadium, kick off 3pm.

As it's Easter weekend we'll also have a host of family themed entertainment from when gates open at 12noon including face painters, bouncy castles, bucking broncos and much more!

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To purchase your ticket now call us on 0871 4231315** or book online at www.therhinos.co.uk/buytickets.

It promises to be a fantastic family day out with action packed rugby league and family entertainment!

**10p per min. Mobiles vary 

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Leeds Rhinos 32 Salford Red Devils 4

21st April 2014

By Leeds Rhinos

The Rhinos produced a strong second half at Headingley Carnegie to see off the challenge of Salford Red Devils.

The Rhinos had an extra days recovering ahead of this game having played Bradford on Thursday night and they got off to the best possible start with a try from Kevin Sinfield after seven minutes. The try was created by a great break from Mitch Achurch, who powered through before passing back to Sinfield to score. He converted the try himself to give the Rhinos a 6-0 lead.

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The home side were enjoying the majority of possession and could have crossed for a second try when Joe Moon broke through out wide from a pass from Carl Ablett. Moon dummied inside to Burrow before heading for the corner but Jake Mullaney opted to go for Moon and took him into touch in the corner.

Leeds then had to turn their attentions to defence after that as Salford enjoyed the lions’ share of possession in the second quarter of the game. Hardaker produced a vital tackle in the corner to deny Junior Sa’u before he teamed up with Tom Briscoe to take Francis Meli into touch. However, the best effort was reserved for Danny McGuire and Ryan Hall, who combined to deny a certain try for Stuart Howarth, who was over the line but could not get the ball down.

Eventually the pressure did tell however when Logan Tomkins spotted a half gap from dummy half and shot through to score. Mullaney missed the conversion attempt meaning Leeds retained their narrow lead.
Salford continued to put pressure on the Rhinos line, with Rangi Chase trying to single handily get his side in front. However he was held up over the line and Leeds held on to a 6-4 lead at the break.

The game continued in a similar manner in the second half with Salford battling hard. However, Leeds were clinical in the second half and made the most of nearly every chance they had. They extended their lead with a great break by Ben Jones-Bishop from inside his own half, he was tracked all the way by the Salford defender but then managed to offload back inside for Hardaker to pick up and score.

Rob Burrow crossed for the Rhinos third try on the hour when Joel Moon broke down the Main Stand side and fed him to score. Leeds then struck the decisive blow when Hardaker broke free of two would be tacklers near his line before bursting clear. He drew the last man before passing to Jones-Bishop to score. Sinfield converted all three tries to put his side out of sight.

The Rhinos then finished with two late tries down either flanks. Ryan Hall made the most of some quick handling to score out wide before Tom Briscoe collected a kick from Chase on the first bounce before running 75 metres down the touchline to score. Despite both tries going unconverted the Rhinos had secured a well earned 32-4 win.

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