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Leeds Rhinos v Warrington Wolves, Friday 26th May, kick off 8pm

21st May 2017

By Leeds Rhinos

The Rhinos return to Headingley Carnegie next Friday for the visit of Warrington Wolves and we have got a fantastic night in store for all the family with loads going on around the ground.

Join us as we kick off the Bank Holiday in style, with loads of free entertainment taking place all around the ground before kick off.
We’ve teamed up with leading video game retailer, GAME, who will be joining us on the night with a huge set up of awesome games for fans to play for free – including FIFA, Minecraft and PlayStation VR You can play against Rhinos players before kick off, and there are some awesome prizes up for grabs – including GAME Reward Points for the highest score on FIFA 17 Bronze Shooting Challenge, and for the Minecraft ‘Best Build of Headingley Carnegie’ in 15 minutes, both winning £25 in Reward Points 
GAME joined us at the family day against Widnes Vikings on Easter Monday, and we’re delighted that they are coming back again even bigger and better than before You can find GAME in their own exclusive area on the ground floor of the Carnegie Stand – just look out for the GAME signs.
As well as GAME, you can find some of your favourite video game characters roaming around the ground meeting fans before the big match kicks off. As always, juniors can enjoy free face painting and balloon twisting in the Heart Family Zone in the Carnegie Café Bar, and keep an eye out for some exciting pre match and half time activity planned on the pitch.
Advance tickets for the match are available now, priced from just £10 for juniors (16 & under), from £13 for concessions (seniors 65 & over, students and under 21s) and from £20 for adults. Book on 0371 423 1315, in person at the Club Shop at Headingley Carnegie Stadium (open 9am-5pm Mon-Sat) or online at tickets.therhinos.co.uk.
NB Advance discount is valid until midnight 25/5/17 and match day prices increase by £2 on the day of the game.

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We're delighted to welcome Smyths Toy Superstores to our next home game against Warrington Wolves on Friday 26th May.

Smyths will be joining in with the family fun with some great giveaways, including free balloons for the fans around the ground, and exclusive discount vouchers for Rhinos fans to spend at Smyths Toy Superstores across Leeds and Yorkshire (certain stores only -T&Cs apply.)
Smyths will be enhancing what is already set to be an awesome family fun day at Headingley Carnegie. 
Smyths are having a party in their stores across Leeds the morning after the Warrington game, from 9am-2pm. Rhinos fans can find Ronnie joining in with the fun at the Crown Point Retail Park store from 10am, and there’s awesome prizes up for grabs including a £50 Gift Card to be won every hour, free candy floss, free face painting, a live DJ and free giveaways for the kids You can find out more at https://www.smythstoys.com/uk/en-gb/in-store-events


2017 Leeds Rhinos members have until next Friday to use their 'Bring a Friend for Free' voucher before they expire this season so why not introduce a mate to the Rhinos for next Friday's massive clash with Warrington Wolves. 
The ‘Bring a Friend for Free’ scheme was introduced as a benefit for Leeds Rhinos Season Ticket Holders in 2007 and has been hugely successful ever since. The scheme for 2017 allows Rhinos 2017 Season Members to bring a friend for free to one home league match and can only be redeemed for a Super League XXII match which is played before the end of May 2017.

One credit has been added to Rhinos 2017 member’s personal entry card and it can be redeemed in exchange for a match ticket for the same or lower price category as your Season Ticket. Members can do this by going to the Leeds Rugby Retail Store or calling 0371 423 1315.

The tickets will be subject to availability and if we cannot allocate you a ticket within the same area of the stadium as your Season Ticket, you will be offered an alternative area of the stadium, either at the equivalent price or lower. The credit must be redeemed prior to 12 noon on match day and you must provide the full name and address details (including post code)  of the ‘friend’ who will be using the ticket.

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Leeds Rhinos 40 Warrington Wolves 0

26th May 2017

By Leeds Rhinos

Hooker Matt Parcell crossed for a hat trick in the Rhinos 40-0 win over Warrington Wolves at Headingley Carnegie.

The first fifteen minutes of the game were played at a frantic pace as the May Bank Holiday weekend got off to a sun drenched start.
Both teams showed clear intent to make their mark on the game and it was Warrington who had the first chance when Liam Sutcliffe knocked Kurt Gidley’s kick down in his own in goal but Matty Russell could not get the ball down before the dead ball line.
It was a let off for Leeds and they made it count as they put the Wolves under pressure after that. A poor kick from Chris Hill turned possession over to Leeds before Tom Briscoe broke clear on halfway. He had options on both side and passed right to Matt Parcell for the hooker to open the scoring. Liam Sutcliffe converted the try to give his side a 6-0 lead after 15 minutes.
Once again Warrington went on the attack and Leeds had to produce some top defence to keep them out, most notably a tackle by Jamie Jones-Buchanan on Stefan Ratchford. The home side were dealt a blow when Ashton Golding limped off after suffering a leg injury as he looked to break clear.
The Rhinos were not put off their stride however and they crossed for a second try when Liam Sutcliffe made it four successive games with a try as he held off Ryan Atkins before reaching out to score in the corner. He narrowly missed his conversion attempt but the Rhinos now led 10-0 after 31 minutes.

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There was still time left for Leeds to extend their lead before the break but it was in controversial circumstances as Tom Lineham was penalised in possession for a push on Stevie Ward. McGuire had no hesitation in pointing to the posts and Sutcliffe made it 12-0 at half time.
The Rhinos made the perfect start to the second half as Parcell went over for his second try with a break from dummy half. Sutcliffe add the conversion from in front to put his side 18-0 in front.
Leeds then struck a decisive blow with a superb no look pass from Rob Burrow putting Jamie Jones-Buchanan in space and he won the race to score in the corner.
Warrington's night got worse when Gidley hobbled off and their frustrations boiled over as Daryl Clark traded punches with Stevie Ward in an altercation that saw both players sin-binned.
Moon picked the ball up from dummy-half and scored a trademark try as he jinked his way to the line to extend Leeds' lead before Sutcliffe added the conversion and a penalty to make it 30-0.
Burrow had given the Warrington defence a torrid time after replacing Golding and it was his break that allowed Parcell to complete his treble.
Burrow then had the last word as he raced clear to put the seal on Leeds' biggest winning margin at Headingley Carnegie over Warrington at 40-0.

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