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Leeds Rhinos v Hull FC, Sunday 18th September, kick off 5.15pm

11th September 2011

By Leeds Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos will begin their play off campaign at Headingley Carnegie next Sunday 18th September against Hull FC.

Sunday will see a dual code double header take place at Headingley Carnegie with Leeds Carnegie taking on Bristol in the RFU Championship, kicking off at 1pm. Turnstiles for the Rugby Union game will open at 12 noon with the stadium cleared following the final whistle. The turnstiles will re-open at 3.30pm for the Rhinos game and anyone inside the ground without a valid ticket for the Rhinos game will be asked to pay full price or risk being ejected from the ground.

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Leeds Rhinos Ticket Office / Retail Opening Hours – home play off (week one):-
Monday 12th September 9am-6pm
Tuesday 13th September 9am-6pm
Wednesday 14th September 9am-5pm (Rhinos Season Ticket Holder seats released @ 5pm)
Thursday 15th September 9am-5pm
Friday 16th September 9am-5pm
Saturday 17th September 9am-12noon (TO) 9am-4pm (Retail)
Sunday 18th September 12noon – 7pm
Leeds Carnegie v Bristol Kick off 1pm
Leeds Rhinos v Hull FC Kick off 5.15pm

Gold and silver members (season ticket holders), Rhinos for Life members and Leedsline Agents are available at a discounted rate if purchased before the day of the game. Ground tickets, which includes Western Terrace, South Stand and Carnegie Terrace, are £17 for adults, £10 for concessions* and £5 for juniors aged 15 and under. Paddock seats are £20 for adults, £13 for concessions * and £8 for juniors. Main Stand and Carnegie Wing seats are £22 for adults, £15 for concessions * and £10 for juniors and final Carnegie Centre seats are £25 for adults, £18 for concessions * and £13 for juniors.

Please note for members, the price will rise on matchday to the price for non-members. These prices are Ground tickets, which includes Western Terrace, South Stand and Carnegie Terrace, are £20 for adults, £13 for concessions* and £12 for juniors aged 15 and under. Paddock seats are £23 for adults, £16 for concessions * and £15 for juniors. Main Stand and Carnegie Wing seats are £25 for adults, £18 for concessions * and £17 for juniors and final Carnegie Centre seats are £28 for adults, £21 for concessions * and £20 for juniors.
* Concessions are senior over 65 and students, under 21s, disabled – wheelchair and ambulant

For the play off game there is also a limited number of Paddock Family tickets available priced £45 for two adults and two children. These are subject to availability and only available if purchase before the day of the game.

These prices offer a discount to season ticket holders and members for both teams, Rhinos 4 Life members and Leedsline agents in advance of match day. On the day the prices for the general public will apply. Season Ticket Holder seats will be released at 5pm on Wednesday 14th September.

Tickets for the play off can be purchased from Monday 12th September either through the ticket office on 0871 423 1315 (calls are charged at 10 pence per minute), by coming down to Leeds Rugby Ticket Sales Office or online.

Buying your tickets online:-
If you are the head of a season ticket order you will are now able to do your Play Off ticket 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. If you have forgotten your password then please follow the relevant instructions on the ‘buy tickets’ page.
* 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 ‘Play Off Round One 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 Wednesday 8th September. 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 .

IF Forms
Don’t forget to ask for an ‘’IF’ Form from the Leeds Rhinos Ticket Sales Office! This unique form offers Season ticket holders, Rhinos 4 Life members, Leedsline agents and Bronze members the chance to pre-book Grand Final 2011 tickets should we be successful in the play offs! TERMS AND CONDITIONS APPLY! These will be available to download online by clicking here when the playoff tickets go on sale.

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Leeds Rhinos 42 Hull FC 10

18th September 2011

By Leeds Rhinos

The Rhinos are set to face Huddersfield in the Elimination Play Off next Friday at the Galpharm after a massive win over Hull FC at Headingley Carnegie.

Brian McDermott was forced to shuffle his team around with Carl Ablett ruled out through concussion so Brett Delaney moved to centre alongside Zak Hardaker.

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The game was played in tricky handily after a heavy downpour in the afternoon and light rain in the build up to kick off. However, it was Leeds who settled into their stride quickest and the forwards who led the charge especially Kylie Leuluai, who produced three lung bursting charges to get the Rhinos going.

The Rhinos were keen to build up pressure on the Hull line and after a repeat set eventually the Hull line broke. A cross field kick from Sinfield was caught by Ryan Hall on the touchline and he then passed back inside one handed to the on rushing Jamie Jones-Buchanan who glided through to score. Sinfield added the touchline conversion to make it 6-0 after ten minutes.

After that, Leeds were guilty of too many errors to be able to build on their opening score and Hull camped themselves in the Rhinos. It took some fantastic goal line defence to keep the Airlie Birds out, In particular Zak Hardaker produced a number of intuitive tackles as he came out of the line to snuff the chance out.

The Rhinos had a long spell of pressure near the Hull line following two drop outs and a couple of penalties however they were unable to find a second score. When Leeds got their next penalty chance, Sinfield opted for goal and extended his side’s lead to 8-0.

Leeds went over for their second try with five minutes to go until half time when Brent Webb passed behind his back out to the wing. The ball bounced but Ben Jones-Bishop picked up and went at the corner. Sinfield was off target from the South Stand touchline but his side now led 12-0.

It got even better with the final play of the half when Ryan Bailey produced a fine offload to set Brent Webb away for a simple try for the full back. Sinfield added the conversion to make the half time score 18-0.

Hull knew they needed the next score to stand a chance of getting back into the game and they got it through Richard Whiting. A great offload round the back from Jordan Turner gave Whiting the smallest of gaps to score in the corner and he took it, although it came at a price as the three last ditch Rhinos defenders crashed into him and he had to leave the field. Hull’s hopes were raised even further when Tickle added the touchline conversion.

However two tries in ten minutes turn the game decisively back in favour of the home side. The visiting supporters were not happy with referee Ben Thaler for the first score after he awarded Leeds a penalty when Hull dragged Jones-Bishop into touch after the tackle had been completed. However, the Rhinos did not wait to argue the merits of the decision and four tackles later, Weller Hauraki shoved off the attempted tackle by Mark O’Meley and then Cameron Phelps to score. Sinfield converted to make it 24-6.

Nine minutes later the skipper himself finished off a fine move that cover nearly 70 metres. Sinfield got the move going before Burrow released Delaney. The centre produced a great break before passing back inside to Webb, who tipped a pass on to Sinfield who raced in from 30 metres out. He added the conversion himself to make it 30-6.

With ten minutes to go, Headingley Carnegie witnessed a piece of history as Danny McGuire became only the fifth player in the club's history to score 200 tries when he finished off a good move close to the Hull line to score. Sinfield added the conversion.

Hull rallied late on and got a consolation try through Tom Briscoe however Leeds and Ryan Bailey had the last word as the prop, who continued his great recent form in this win, dragged his body over the for his first try at home since July 2007. Sinfield added the conversion to make the final score 42-10.

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