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Rhinos dedicate special night to legend Peacock

6th April 2014

By Leeds Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos have re-named Friday 11th April JP Day in honour of legendary former England skipper Jamie Peacock who will play his 500th career game next Friday 15 years to the day since his first ever Super League appearance.

Peacock made his debut for Bradford Bulls on 11th April 1999 against Wakefield, having previously played four games on loan at Featherstone Rovers, and now 15 years on he will play his 500th career game against the same opponent but with Leeds Rhinos.

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To mark the occasion, thousands of Peacock masks will be distributed at the game for supporters to wear. Plus the club will be using a special hashtag #JP500 for fans to pay tribute to the legendary forward on social media that will be shown on the big screen and scoreboard on the night.

Commenting on the plans, Media & PR Manager Phil Daly said, "JP has announced that next season will be his last in the game so this is a chance for us to mark an incredible landmark in his long career and pay tribute to him when he is at the top of his game. He is the most iconic and successful player of the Super League era so for him to reach this milestone exactly 15 years after his first Super League appearance and against the same opposition has a nice symmetry to it. We will be paying tribute to JP in our matchday magazine, Blue & Amber, and also in our ipad matchpack, Leeds Rhinos Live, as well as on the big screen on the match night.”

Tickets for the game are available now from www.therhinos.co.uk/buytickets or by calling 0871 423 1315 (calls cost 10p per minute and may vary for mobiles). Fans can save £2 on the match night admission price by buying before the day of the game plus flexi memberships are still available which offer great value for five games that fans can choose in advance including JP Day on Friday. Fans will be able to also pay on the night at the turnstile.

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Leeds Rhinos 42 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats 6

11th April 2014

By Leeds Rhinos

The Rhinos scored seven tries on a special night for Jamie Peacock as Leeds secured a well earned win to mark the prop’s 500th career game.

Having beaten Wakefield 60-6, expectation going into this game was that Leeds would have a comfortable victory but, just as it had been at the Rapid Solicitors Stadium, the Rhinos had to be patient in the opening exchanges as the Wildcats came out fired up earlier on.

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Ali Lauitiiti produced a trademark break and offload to create a great chance for the visitors but unfortunately that was to be his only contribution as he limped off after six minutes.

Leeds did hit the front when Ryan Hall took a cross field kick before offloading over his head to Joel Moon. The centre appeared to be dealt with by Wakefield but he slipped out of the tackle and offloaded to Liam Sutcliffe who made it two tries in two games since his return from Bradford.

The lead was doubled after 14 minutes when Hall was on hand again for the crossfield kick, this time he took it in midair before coming down to score.

Leeds were in total command at this stage and the next try followed a fantastic passage of play that went the full length of the field. Tom Briscoe defused a bomb and took a quick tap on the 20m line to get the move going then, following good offloads from Sinfield and Watkins, Achurch held off the last defender before putting Briscoe over for the try.

The Rhinos were dealt a blow after that when full back Ben Jones-Bishop was stretchered from the field following a bang to the head. That inevitably took the momentum of the game away however, Leeds finished the half with a fourth try when Carl Ablett dummied to pass wide before powering over two would be tacklers to score. Sinfield converted all four first half tries to give his side a 24-0 lead at the break.

Leeds did not let Wakefield off the hook in the second half. They were denied tries for Chris Clarkson and Tom Briscoe before they finally got over. And it was the man of the moment, Jamie Peacock, who brought Headingley Carnegie to its feet as he touched down Burrow’s grubber kick to cap a fantastic night for the prop.

There was no denying Chris Clarkson a try soon after when he timed his run to perfection to take advantage of a well worked move and went straight through a gap to score.

The final try of the game was fittingly scored by Burrow, who had been a constant thorn in the Wildcats side all night. Sinfield made it seven kicks from seven attempts to make the final score 42-6 to the Rhinos.

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