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Leeds Rhinos v St Helens, Friday 3rd July, kick off 8pm

27th June 2015

By Leeds Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos return to Headingley Carnegie next Friday for a massive clash with St Helens as the top two in the First Utility Super League go head to head.

You can book your ticket now for this massive game at www.therhinos.co.uk/buytickets or by calling 0871 423 1315 (calls cost 10p per minute and may vary from mobiles). 

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Demand is expected to be high for this game so fans are urged to purchase South Stand and Carnegie Terrace tickets as soon as possible to avoid disappointment later in the week. 

Please note that the ticketing website will be down during Saturday however you can book tickets by calling the ticket hotline.

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Leeds Rhinos 46 St Helens 18

3rd July 2015

By Leeds Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos moved three points clear at the top of the First Utility Super League with Ash Handley crossing for his second hat trick in two appearances against Saints.

These two sides have produced some of the greatest contests in the twenty seasons of Super League and the anticipation was that this one could reach those heights once again. However, perhaps the hype and tension got to both sets of players in the early exchanges with both producing uncharacteristic errors in the early exchanges.
 
The Rhinos finally broke the deadlock after nine minutes when Paul Aiton intercepted Mark Percival’s offload and raised up field. He was tackled 30 metres short but Leeds got a quick play the ball and Kallum Watkins proved too strong to stop in the corner. Kevin Sinfield added the conversion to make it 6-0.
 
The shine was taken off the score when Stevie Ward had to be helped from the field in back play after suffering an ankle injury having been involved in the tackle on Percival.
 
Leeds kept the pressure on as Saints continued to come up with mistakes with Jamie Peacock leading the charge for the home side. He put his side in a great position before Kylie Leuluai marked his 250th appearance for the club with a bulldozing run from close range. Sinfield added the conversion to increase the lead to 12-0.
 
Saints compounded their problems when Percival put the kick off out on the full and the Rhinos scored from the next set as Leuluai initially broke through before the try was finished by Ryan Hall out wide.  
 
Both teams had tries disallowed by the video referees after that, Keinhorst for Leeds and Roby for Saints, however the Rhinos then struck on the brink of half time when Handley broke down his wing before finding McGuire in support. The Rhinos kept their composure and eventually Handley dived one handed to score in the corner. Sinfield missed his first kick of the night from the touchline but his side lead 22-0 at half time.
 
Saints managed to cross for their first try after four minutes of the second half when Josh Jones was alert to a knocked down kick by Matt Fleming. Percival added the conversion to cut the gap to 22-4.

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The visitors had their tails up after that when Zak Hardaker was sin binned for a tackle on Travis Burns but Leeds killed off any chance of a fight back with two quick tries whilst they were down to 12 men. Carl Ablett powered over for the first before Ash Handley scored the try of the game after great work by Watkins and McGuire. Sinfield converted the latter to give his side a 32-6 lead.
 
Turner got a try back for St Helens before Kyle Amor cut the gap further after making the most of a Roby kick off the upright to give the visitors brief hope of a fight back but Leeds rallied again and Handley completed his hat trick before Hall added his second and three goals from Sinfield sealed the win. 

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