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Leeds Rhinos v Harlequins Friday 20th May, kick off 8pm

13th May 2011

By Leeds Rhinos

Next up for the Rhinos is their Fifth Round Carnegie Challenge Cup clash with Harlequins RL on Friday 20th May, kick off 8pm.

There is a lot of history between these two clubs in the competition in recent years, Leeds have knocked Quins out of the Cup four times in the last eight seasons and they famously last won the trophy against the then Broncos back in 1999.

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Leeds have already suffered defeat to Quins this season when the London side won at Headingley Carnegie in Round 3 of the 2011 Super League against their former boss Brian McDermott but in the Challenge Cup the Rhinos have a 100% winning record against Quins.

Season ticket holders for both clubs and Rhinos Bronze members will get £5 off the match ticket price plus junior season ticket holders from both clubs will get in free of charge. Ticket must be purchased by 5pm on Thursday 19th May to take advantage of the pre-match discount.

Rhinos season ticket holder's seats will be held until 5pm on Tuesday 17th May and after this all seats will be released and will go on general sale. Rhinos season ticket holders can upload this game onto their season ticket cards as long as they are going in the same area as their season ticket otherwise they will need to be issued with a ticket for the game.

Junior season ticket holders can get into this game for free. In advance we require their customer number when booking the tickets and we request that they try to redeem their ticket in advance. We will allow people to use their vouchers on match night to exchange at the turnstiles but we would recommend they exchange in advance to allow parents and children to come into the ground together.

Commenting on the clash, Leeds Rugby Head of Marketing Abigail Furniss said, "We are looking forward to hosting Quins again in the Fifth Round of the Carnegie Challenge Cup. Friday night games are very much part of the fabric here at the Rhinos and, unlike our win over Crusaders in the last round, the only way for fans to see this match is to be here in person as it will not be televised.

"Quins beat us here earlier this season so the signs are it will be another tough battle and the team will need to make the most of home advantage with a vocal crowd behind them," added Furniss.

Area of Ground Adult Member *** Concession * Member *** Junior **
South Stand, Carnegie Terrace, West Terrace £20 £15 £13 £8 £12
Paddock £23 £18 £16 £11 £15
Main Stand/Carnegie Wing Seats £27 £22 £19 £18 £18
Carnegie Centre Section Seats £30 £25 £22 £21 £21

*Concessions = Seniors aged 65 and over, students and Under 21s (Valid ID required)
**Juniors aged 15 and under (ID required)
***Members prices are only valid until 5pm on Thursday 19th May

Tickets for this match can be purchased either at the ticket office, over the phone on 0871 423 1315 (calls are charged at 10pence per minute) or online at www.therhinos.co.uk/buytickets

For this match, if you are the head of a season ticket order you will be able to do your order online at www.therhinos.co.uk/buytickets. Instructions are below:-

* Select the tickets tab and click buy online

* Input your season ticket customer number and password – if this is the first time you have been online then input the password 'leedsrugby' and it will ask you to change it.

* Once you have logged in successfully then select the tab 'My account' in the top right hand corner

* Down the left hand side you will have a number of headings – select the 'show offers' heading

* This will show you the offer that is on your order 'Carnegie Challenge Cup 5th Round 2011' – click add to order

* Carry out the payment for this and click the delivery method 'match day collection'. This will update all your cards.

At present we request that if you wish to move within the ground, not purchase all the tickets which are on your original season ticket order or make any changes, that you do not use the online option to book your tickets.

Please note that all season ticket holder offers will expire at 5pm on Tuesday 17th May. From here we recommend you contact the ticket office if you wish to have the match uploaded onto your card. If you have any issues please contact the ticket office or e-mail tickets@leedsrugby.com
 

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Leeds Rhinos 40 Harlequins 20

20th May 2011

By Leeds Rhinos

The Rhinos booked their place in the Quarter Final of the Carnegie Challenge Cup with a hard earned win over Quins at Headingley Carnegie.

Leeds Rhinos and Harlequins RL met at Headingley Carnegie in the Fifth Round of the Carnegie Challenge Cup with each side looking to take another step towards Wembley.

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The Rhinos welcomed back Ryan Bailey, Ali Lauitiiti and Chris Clarkson to the side with Weller Hauraki and Luke Burgess earning a rest this week as Head Coach Brian McDermott begins to get his full squad together.

Quins were looking for a repeat of their victory at Headingley Carnegie in Round Three of Super League however a run of poor results since, apart from victory over St Helens, has negated their good early season form. They included former Cup finalists with the Rhinos, Danny Ward and Mark Calderwood in their squad.

The Rhinos started brightly and opened the scoring after just four minutes. Chad Randall had lost possession thirty metres from his own try line and the home side sensed their chance. Ryan Hall came in field before spreading the ball to Kevin Sinfield who released Brett Delaney. The speed of the passing had created an overlap outwide and Zak Hardaker crossed for his fourth try in just his third appearance. Sinfield added the touchline conversion to make it 6-0.

Leeds were their own worst enemy four minutes later when they allowed Quins in for their first try. Luke Gale had kicked on the last tackle but the Rhinos appeared to have the situation well controlled as Calderwood caught the ball in an isolated position. However, he flung the ball back in field and the Quins attackers were quickest to react. The ball was fed along the line and Chris Melling had the simplest of jobs to score in the corner. Gale missed the conversion to leave the score at 6-4.

Having dominated the early exchanges the Rhinos allowed the control of the game to be wrestled away from them after that. Both teams were playing error free rugby but there was little in the way of risk in either side’s approach. Eventually it was the visitors who chanced their arm first when Luke Dorn spotted a half gap and ducked under the attempted tackles of Jamie Jones-Buchanan and Carl Ablett before stretching out to score. Gale missed the conversion but Quins led 8-6.

They increased their lead three minutes later but the Rhinos will be disappointed when they watch the replay of the score. Calderwood eventually crossed but there were a number of chances to prevent the move gaining momentum that were not taken. Gale was on target this time to make it 14-6 and leave the Rhinos questioning their continued participation in this year’s Carnegie Challenge Cup.

However, the beaten finalists from 2010 came up with the right answers as the first half drew to a close. They got a try back through Jones-Buchanan following good work by Ali Lauitiiti, just on the pitch, to regain possession off Chris Melling ten metres from the Quins line. The ball found its way to Sinfield who popped up a short pass for the second row to take and he showed good strength to get the ball down. Sinfield was off target with the conversion attempt.

The Rhinos then re-took the lead with six minutes to go until half time. Once again it came from an error by the visitors with a knock on at the scrum. Leeds kept the tempo high and Sinfield pass to Brett Delaney gave the centre time to charge at the line and he bumped off the initial challenge before reaching out to slam the ball down. Sinfield was on target this time to make it 16-14.

The home side continued their late rally with a fourth try just before the break. The move was created by a great offload by Ryan Bailey in the tackle. Sinfield matched that with another telling pass to Lauitiiti. He broke down the Main Stand side before passing to Hardaker. The young winger had the presence of thought to pass back inside over his head to put Lauitiiti clear to score. Sinfield added the conversion to make the half time score 22-14.

Leeds increased their advantage eight minutes into the second half when Kylie Leuluai came crashing through to score between the posts. Sinfield making it 28-14 to the Rhinos.

Having taken control of the game, the action dipped slightly after that however the fans were brought to their feet by a neat piece of skill from Lee Smith as he was unlucky not to get a try after spinning out of the tackle. The Rhinos kept up the pressure and good footwork by Ryan Hall took him passed Calderwood to score in the corner. Sinfield missed the touchline conversion but the Rhinos now led 32-14 after 64 minutes.

Leeds conceded a soft try soon afterwards when Sinfield’s wayward pass near his own line was latched on by the Quins and youngster Ben Bolger went over for a consolation try, converted by Gale. Worse still, the Rhinos were then dealt a blow with ten minutes to go when Keith Senior had to be helped from the field after suffering a leg injury.

It looked like the game was beginning to splutter out for the home side however a great tackle from Rob Burrow lifted his side for one last effort. He forced a knock on and then from the ensuing scrum, Chris Clarkson went 60 metres to score. Sinfield added the conversion and a last second penalty to make the final score 40-20 and book the Rhinos place in the Quarter Final of the Carnegie Challenge Cup.

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