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Leeds Rhinos v Widnes Vikings, Monday 17th April kick off 3pm

1st March 2017

By Leeds Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos welcome Widnes Vikings to Headingley Carnegie on Easter Monday as they look to avenge last season’s narrow loss to Denis Betts side at home.

You can book tickets on 0371 423 1315, online at therhinos.co.uk/buytickets or buy in person from the club shop.

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Book Today And Save £2
Save £2 on your match ticket if you book before midnight the day before the game.
Advance tickets start from £20 for adults, from £13 for concessions* and from £10 for juniors (16 & under). Prices increase by £2 on match day and advance discount is valid until midnight on Sunday 16th April.

Call the Ticket Office to book on 0371 423 1315, pop into the Club Shop at the stadium (open 9am-5pm Monday-Saturday), or book online 24 hours a day at www.therhinos.co.uk/buytickets

Avoid the queues and print your ticket at home. Not only will it save you having to collect tickets on the night, you’ll save the £1.50 booking fee too.

If you choose to collect your tickets on the day please arrive early and head to the official collections point in the Ticket Office on St Michael’s Lane (entrance is street side). Please arrive early to avoid congestion and to save you queuing. 

The stadium is located in a residential area so please respect our local residents and ensure you do not hinder their access to and from their property.

Make a weekend of it and save 10% on your hotel booking
Did you know that there is a Lodge here at the stadium? Why not make a weekend of it? Take the pressure away of travelling on match day and stay Sunday night prior to the game and then enjoy the game day festivities on Bank Holiday Monday.

Ideal if you are visiting family or friends in Leeds over the Easter holidays and want to take in a game as well, we also offer on site car parking during your stay. The game is on Monday 17th April and kicks off at 3pm. 

Quote: WidEast17 to receive a 10% discount off our normal Sunday evening rates, with rates starting from £72* room only before discount.

Book direct by calling 0113 2033893.
*T’s&C’s apply

Free Taxi To The Game…
Leave the car at home tomorrow and take advantage of a free taxi! If you're a first time rider with Uber Cars you can take advantage of a FREE taxi ride to the value of £15 when you book using the Uber app and quote LEEDSRHINOS. 
Visit uber.com to download the app now and book your journey.

Hey There Gold Members…
The Long Bar is open for all Gold Members pre and post-match this season. 
Alex Simmons will be hosting pre-match activity from 6.45pm with hot food available for members priced £6.50. 
Rugby AM will also be hosting in the Long Bar for Gold Members after the game with brand new games as well as the Man of the Match and Coach’s Player Presentations.

Where Can I Purchase Food & Drinks?
Food and drinks will be available to buy from all concession vans and bars situated around the stadium and also in the Carnegie Café Bar.

Families – Head to the Heart Family Zone
The Carnegie Café Bar is open to all as a public family area on match day, with food and drinks deals for all the family and free entertainment for the kids.
Choose the Champions Choice Kids Menu with a main course, carton of juice or water and a cookie or piece of fruit, priced at just £5! 
In the Heart FM Family Zone, kids can enjoy free face painting, balloon twisting, a visit from Ronnie the Rhino and a first team player pre match, as well as colouring and activity sheets.

Can I Pay On The Day At The Turnstiles?
Cash turnstiles will be available on the night on all areas of the ground for entry to all standing terraces. Match day standing prices are £22 for adults, £15 for concessions* and £12 for juniors. 
If seats remain, you will be able to upgrade on the night at the Ticket Office window adjacent to the Club Shop. All tickets will be checked by stewards upon entry to the stands.

Supporter Membership on sale now
Supporter Membership is on sale now for just £10. It’s the perfect way for fans to show their dedication to the club without committing to a Season Membership.

You’ll get your own unique Membership card – allowing you to purchase and upload match credits, meaning there’s no need to queue for tickets on game day or wait for them to arrive in the post.

You’ll also get a copy of the official 2017 club handbook (which normally retails at £4.95) and you’ll get the same great access to priority booking periods and match ticket discounts as Season Members – including a huge 50% saving on your 2017 Magic Weekend ticket 

Sign up at the Ticket Office or Club Shop whilst you’re here for the game tomorrow, or join online at therhinos.co.uk/buytickets or over the phone on 0371 423 1315.
*Seniors over 65, under 21s and students on production of valid ID

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Leeds Rhinos 42 Widnes Vikings 22

17th April 2017

By Leeds Rhinos

Matt Parcell, Kallum Watkins and Joel Moon both scored twice as the Rhinos made it back to back wins over Easter with victory over Widnes Vikings at Headingley Carnegie.

The two sides came into the game in contrasting form from the first game of the Easter weekend but both had to make changes due to injuries.
Brian McDermott was without Ashton Golding and Liam Sutcliffe meaning Ash Handley and Stevie Ward started at the unaccustomed positions of full back and centre respectively.
Leeds took the lead after just six minutes when Danny McGuire produced a perfect kick back towards the posts and Kallum Watkins leaped highest to catch and go over in the same movement. He converted his own try to make it 6-0.
The Rhinos crossed for a second try two minutes with a bizarre try off another McGuire kick. Widnes full back Corey Thompson allowed the kick to bounce near his line only to see it rebound off the underside of the cross bar and Matt Parcell was on the spot to pick up and touch down for his fifth try in six games.
Widnes put themselves under more pressure soon after with three quick penalties and Joel Moon crossed for his seventh of the season, taking Cuthbertson’s offload before stepping back across the cover to score. Watkins again added the conversion to make it 18-0.
Widnes had their best spell of the game after that score and went close twice before Tom Gilmore eventually found a way over, getting the ball down under pressure. He converted his own try and the Vikings had given themselves a lifeline.
However, any hopes of a come back appeared to be extinguished before half time with two quick tries from the Rhinos. The first was the try of the match as Stevie Ward got an offload away in a three man tackle to Moon. He broke down the South Stand side before passing to Ryan Hall. The winger drew the cover before passing over his head back inside for Moon to go over for the try. Watkins’ conversion hit the post and rebounded over to make it 24-6.
Then in the final minutes a smart piece of thinking by Tom Briscoe saw the winger wrong foot everyone to sneak over down the blindside. The Rhinos looked in complete control leading 30-6 at the break.
However, after both teams had produced scrappy starts to the second half it was Widnes who struck first when Gilmore went over for his second try of the game when Jamie Jones-Buchanan came out trying to get an interception after a long period of pressure on the Leeds line.
Chris Houston turned that into possible belief when taking an off-load from Owen Farnworth to score again with 18 minutes left and it was a different ball game with Leeds suddenly under some pressure.

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Corey Thompson then scored in the corner and, although Gilmore missed his first conversion in four attempts, the visitors were suddenly only eight points adrift.

However, the Rhinos rallied late on and Watkins crossed for his second try with a strong run near the line and the scoring was completed in the last minute when Parcell went over from dummy half. Watkins kept up his 100% record with the boot with both conversions. 

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