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Leeds Rhinos v Wakefield Wildcats, Monday 6th April, kick off 3pm

3rd April 2015

By Leeds Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos are next in action at Headingley Carnegie on Easter Monday when they entertain Wakefield Trinity Wildcats with chart toppers Union J providing pre-match entertainment.

There will also be a host of family orientated entertainment at the ground including the live performance by Union J with gates opening at 12noon for a 3pm kick off. Tickets for the game can be booked on 0871 4231315 (10p per min. Mobiles Vary) or online at www.therhinos.co.uk/buytickets with advance prices (valid until midnight the day before the game) starting from £20 adults, £13 for concessions** and £10 for juniors*** however if you don't before buy beforehand you can still pay cash at the turnstile for all sides of the ground. 
**Seniors 65 and over, Students & U21s. ID Required
***Age 16 and under

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The four-piece will be part of the Pre-Match Show and will be on stage for around 40 minutes as the Rhinos build up for one of the biggest games of the season. Demand is expected to be high so fans are urged to purchase early to avoid disappointment.

Head of Marketing Abigail Furniss said, "We are delighted to have secured Union J for this game as we look to attract our biggest crowd of the season. Having previously had Olly Murs perform on a matchday, we know how popular acts like this are with our fan base and I am sure Union J will be a massive hit. The game is a 3pm kick off which is always popular with families and we will be doing lots of more promotion around the game to make it a fun packed day for everyone."

Save money on ticket prices when you buy in advance!
Monday's game is expected to attract one of the biggest crowd of the season. Admission on the day is £12 for juniors (under 16), £15 for concessions* and £22 for adults. 

If you buy in advance and need collect your tickets on match night please head to the official collections point in the Ticket Office on St Michael's Lane (entrance is street side). If you buy before midnight on Sunday you can save £2 on the match day admission price.

Where can I buy food and drink?
Food and drinks will be available to buy from all concession vans and bars situated around the stadium, as well as from the Carnegie Café Bar which is open to all as a public family area on match day. This week's Champions Choice Kids Menu features King Kev's Korma, Buchanan's Burgers and Peacock's Potatoes all with a carton of juice or water and a cookie or piece of fruit, priced at just £5! There are also children's activities on offer in the Heart Family Zone including free face-painting, a visit from Ronnie the Rhino, a mini disco and Rhinos activity sheets making this the perfect family area!

Pick up your copy of 'Blue and Amber' match day programme…..
Sellers are situated all around the ground and programmes are also available from the Club Shop and Ticket Office for only £3! This week's edition includes a giant Union J poster to celebrate's the band's appearance at Headingley Carnegie plus we hear from Rhinos captain Kevin Sinfield following his announcement this week that 2015 will be his last at the club and also from former Rhino Ali Lauitiiti. 

Don't forget to visit the Club Shop…
Check out the limited edition Rhinos fashion range which is now on sale! The new Magic kit is also available to buy in adult, ladies and junior sizes with prices starting from £30! If you are Rhinos 2015 member don't forget your £10 shop voucher if you haven't spent yours yet. 

Don't miss the big screen!
We've got a special Ultimate Birthday Message on the big screen pre match, and there will be lots of surprise messages on our scoreboard pre match and at half time. Remember you can always book this for a future game – contact Alison on 0113 2033283 or email Alison.ward@leedsrugby.com

Here's Ronnie…
Ronnie the Rhino will be joined by his lucky mascots pre match, where they will perform the famous dive in front of the South Stand before the game kicks off. If you want to book the Ronnie Match Day Mascot Package for your children for a future game contact Alison on 0113 2033283 or email Alison.ward@leedsrugby.com

Struggle to park on match day? Don't fancy driving?
Why not try the new Tiger Bus shuttle service? The new return shuttle bus services will give fans an alternative way of travelling to Headingley Carnegie Stadium on match days. For Easter Monday there is a special timetable available. 
THE RETURN JOURNEY:
There will be one return journey on the TRY ONE and TRY TWO Routes which will depart 20 minutes after the final whistle from the bus stops outside the Kirkstall Lane entrance. The return journey will be the reverse of the pre-match route.

TRY ONE: Greengates, Calverley, Woodhall, Pudsey, Farsley, Swinnow, Bramley

TRY 1    
Greengates, Redcar Road/New Line 12.54 13.59
Calverley, New Inn 12.56 14.01
Woodhall, Woodhall Lane/Woodhall Park Grove 13.02 14.07
Pudsey, Chapeltown (Cenotaph) 13.07 14.12
Pudsey, Bus Station 13.11 14.16
Farsley, Old Road/ Bradford Road 13.17 14.22
Farsley, Bagley Lane (Cenotaph) 13.21 14.26
Swinnow, Broad Lane/Swinnow Lane 13.25 14.30
Kirkstall, Leisure Cetre 13.33 14.38
Headingley Carnegie Stadium 13.40 14.45

 

Headingley Carnegie Stadium 17.15 //
Swinnow, Broad Lane/ Swinnow Lane 17.28 //
Farsley, Bagley Lane (Cenotaph) 17.33 //
Farsley, Old Road/ Bradford Road 17.36 //
Pudsey, Bus Station 17.42 //
Pudsey, Chapeltown (Cenotaph) 17.45 //
Woodhall, Woodhall La./Woodhall P'k Gro. 17.51 //
Calverley, New Inn 17.56 //
Greengates, Redcar Road/New Line 17.59 //

 

TRY TWO: Moortown, Wigton Moor, Alwoodley, Moor Allerton, Meanwood

TRY 2    
Gledhow, Gledhow Lane/ Thorn Lane 12.50 14.00
Gledhow, Lidgett Lane/ Brackenwood Drive 12.53 14.03
Moortown Corner 12.56 14.06
Shadwell Lane/ Linton Avenue 13.01 14.11
Wigton Lane/ Plantation Gardens 13.05 14.15
Alwoodley Lane/ Harrogate Road 13.07 14.17
King Lane/ The Avenue 13.13 14.23
King Lane Park and Ride 13.16 14.26
Moortown, King Lane/ Ring Road 13.18 14.28
Meanwood, ParksideRoad/ Church Lane 13.22 14.32
Headingley Carnegie Stadium 13.35 14.45

 

Headingley Carnegie Stadium 17.15 //
Meanwood, ParksideRoad/ Church Lane 17.26 //
Moortown, King Lane/ Ring Road 17.30 //
King Lane Park and Ride 17.33 //
The Avenue/ King Lane 17.36 //
Alwoodley Lane/ Harrogate Road 17.42 //
Wigton Lane/ Plantation Gardens 17.44 //
Shadwell Lane/ Linton Avenue 17.48 //
Moortown Corner 17.52 //
Gledhow, Lidgett Lane/ Brackenwood Drive 17.55 //
Gledhow, Gledhow Lane/ Thorn Lane 17.59 //

Return tickets are priced at £3.70 for adults, £1.85 for senior citizens (with Travel Card) and for juniors (16 and under), or £9.00 for a family ticket (two adults and three juniors). Single tickets are priced at £2.00 for adults and £1.00 for seniors (with Travel Card) and for juniors (16 and under.) Family tickets are not available for single journeys.

Please note that timings and routes are subject to change – please check www.therhinos.co.uk for updates. Tiger Bus will provide large capacity vehicles and always do their best to accommodate fans on a first come, first served basis. This is a Rhinos 2015 season trial.

Become a Rhinos Supporter Member!
Supporter Membership is now available for just £10. This scheme is ideal for fans who cannot commit to a season membership but still want to show their commitment to the club. As a thank you for your dedication you will receive a Rhinos 2015 handbook, £5 retail voucher and 50% discount on your Magic Weekend ticket! To purchase the Rhinos 2015 Supporter Membership just pop into the Club Shop on Friday!
Thank you for your support – we look forward to seeing you at Friday's game!
*Seniors over 65, under 21s and students on production of valid ID

Leeds Rhinos Foundation Grand Prize Draw

The Leeds Rhinos Foundation Grand Prize Draw will be taking place at half time in the Leeds Rhinos Easter Monday home fixture against the Wakefield Trinity Wildcats with the winner taking away a four star family holiday with Jet2holidays and tickets will be available to buy on the day from 1pm.

This year's Grand Prize Draw is one of the biggest yet with lots of great prizes on offer including the main prize of a four star family holiday to the Sol Katmandu Park and Resort on the Island of Majorca with Jet2holidays and everything else from golf experiences to sports memorabilia.

The draw offers something for everyone to get excited about including memorable days out, tickets to some of Yorkshire's attractions and top venues as well as, some bespoke jewellery from Leeds Rhinos club Sponsor Berry's.

Tickets for the raffle are priced at £2 and will be available on Monday at different areas of the ground, and available from the Club Shop and Ticket Office at Headingley Carnegie Stadium.

The holiday winner will be drawn at a live draw taking place during half time with all prize winners drawn during the second half and announced on the website by the end of the match.

By entering the Leeds Rhinos Foundation Grand Prize Draw, you will be supporting the wide ranging community work that the official charity of the Leeds Rhinos delivers in the city. In 2014, the Grand Prize draw raised vital funds of over £7,000 for the Leeds Rhinos Foundation to continue to change lives through sport.

The Sol Katmandu resort staff are also visiting the stadium and are offering a chance for ticket buyers to take a photo in their personalised Zombie booth which will be situated in the Carnegie Café at the stadium.
To find out more about the Sol Katmandu Park and Resort visit the webpage on: www.jet2holidays.com/experience-more/sol-katmandu

Are you coming to watch the Rhinos for the first time?
If you are coming to Headingley Carnegie for the first time, here is a video that will give you all the information you need to make sure you enjoy your day with us:
 

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Leeds Rhinos 48 Wakefield Trinity Wildcats 22

6th April 2015

By Leeds Rhinos

The Rhinos enjoyed a landmark win over Wakefield on Easter Monday with a bumper crowd seeing Kevin Sinfield score his 4,000th career point and Rob Burrow cross for two tries to bring up 1,000 points for the club.

Leeds Rhinos arrived back at Headingley Carnegie looking to build on the Good Friday win over Castleford with another derby clash, this time against Wakefield.
 
The Wildcats were on the back of a six game losing run that had seen them sink to the foot of the Super League table.
 
Leeds took control of the game early on with Ryan Hall and Zak Hardaker crossed for tries either side of an effort from Tim Smith for the visitors. Sinfield converted both to become only the fourth player in the history of the game to score 4,000 career points. However, despite them dominating possession, Leeds found themselves level at 12-12 when Craig Hall intercepted and went the length of the field.
 
However, that was the cue for Burrow, who started at scrum half, to pop up with two tries, the first of which brought up his personal milestone. Watkins crossed for a fifth Rhinos try on the hooter after Jarrod Sammut had grabbed a try back for Wakefield. Sinfield made it six from six with the boot to keep his side well in front at 30-16 at half time.
 
The start of the second half was a tight affair but the Rhinos finally broke the deadlock when Danny McGuire produced a wonderful pass with his first touch to put Ash Handley in for a try in the corner.
 
One of the biggest cheers of the day was reserved for prop Andy Yates when he crossed for his first try for the club. Sinfield again added the conversion to put his side into a 42-16 lead.
 
Both teams traded late tries with Daniel Smith crossing against his old club after Kallum Watkins had scored his second try of the game to make the final score 48-22. 

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