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Rhinos and Doncaster clash in Ladbrokes Challenge Cup this Friday

17th April 2017

By Leeds Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos will welcome Doncaster RLFC to Headingley Carnegie on Friday for their Ladbrokes Challenge Cup 5th Round clash with members able to save £3 on the match ticket price.

Rhinos 2017 Season Members and Rhinos 2017 Supporter Members will get £3 off the match ticket price – this discounted price is valid until midnight on Thursday 20th April. Doncaster members will also be entitled to the discount on their own ticket when purchasing via Doncaster’s Ticket Office until 5pm on Thursday 20th April.
 
The table of prices is below and bookings are subject to a £1.50 booking fee – this excludes members who will not pay the booking fee for their own tickets or fans who purchase ticket directly from the Club Shop. Tickets will be available to all fans from the 1st day of sale.
 
Rhinos 2017 Season Ticket Members who have seats had until 5pm on Monday 17th April to obtain their own seats. 
 
Junior season members can get into this game for free. In advance we require the junior fans to provide their customer number when booking the tickets. On match day, Juniors can use the 5th Round Challenge Cup voucher that is in their away voucher booklet and exchange it at the turnstiles but we would recommend they redeem it in advance – on match day exchanging over the turnstile will only entitle them to stand on the terraces. Juniors who are not season members can get tickets from only £5!!
 
Tickets for this match are available either over the phone on 0371 423 1315, online at www.therhinos.co.uk or by coming down to the Leeds Rugby Store at Headingley Carnegie Stadium. To gain access to the discounted member’s prices online and have it uploaded onto their season member cards, Rhinos 2017 Season Members and Rhinos 2017 Supporter Members must input their valid customer number which appears on their membership card.
 

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Rhinos 2017 season members/ Rhinos 2017 supporter members (Advance of match day only) Adult Concession (senior over 65 and students, under 21s, disabled – wheelchair and ambulant**) Juniors (16 and under)*
West Terrace £15 £10 Free
South Stand £15 £10 Free
Carnegie Terrace £15 £10 Free
Paddock £20 £15 Free
Main Stand / Carnegie Stand £20 £15 Free

 

General Ticket Prices and Match Day Adult Concession (senior over 65 and students, under 21s, disabled – wheelchair and ambulant**) Juniors (16 and under)
West Terrace £18 £13 £5
South Stand £18 £13 £5
Carnegie Terrace £18 £13 £5
Paddock £23 £18 £5
Main Stand / Carnegie Stand £23 £18 £5

*Junior Rhinos 2017 Season Members can attend the Challenge Cup 5th Round for free
** Disabled purchasers are entitled to a free carer ticket upon production of carer allowance entitlement letter.
 
NB Members advance prices are available to all Leeds Rhinos and Doncaster RLFC Members – prices valid until midnight on Thursday 20th April

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Leeds Rhinos 64 Doncaster 28

21st April 2017

By Leeds Rhinos

A hat trick for 17-year-old Jack Walker on his debut was the highlight as Leeds Rhinos booked their place in the next round of the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup against a spirited Doncaster outfit.

The game was always likely to be a high scoring affair given the gulf between the two squads but Leeds gave signal of their intent with four tries in the opening sixteen minutes.

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The first was created by Jordan Lilley, Danny McGuire and debutant Jack Walker combined to put Ash Handley in space and the winger stretched out one handed to score in the corner. Kallum Watkins was unable to add the conversion but it was a good start for Leeds after just two minutes.
 
The lead was increased soon after when Leeds got their offload game going and Rob Burrow finished off between the posts. Then Mitch Garbutt marked his birthday this week with a try as Lilley cut through before offloading to the prop who ran over the full back to score. Watkins converted both tries to put his side 16-0 in front.
 
The gap was increased when Garbutt went close again before McGuire cut back across the sliding defence and forced his way over. Watkins’ conversion made it 22-0 after 16 minutes.
 
Doncaster had defended manfully despite the heavy early scoreline and they got their reward from a short kick off. They managed to get the ball back and eventually scrum half Kieran Cross found a way through to score. The conversion attempt was missed and the visitors had a spring in their step.
 
Former Oulton Raiders youngster Jack Walker then marked his debut with a richly deserved hat trick. The first came from some smart play supporting Handley on the inside to take the pass and hold off the defenders and scored.
 
Burrow and McGuire then combined to put Walker in space for his second before he completed his hat trick with a strong carry near the line. Watkins converted all three tries to give his side a 38-4 lead.
 
There was still time for another try in the first half and it was another powerful drive from Garbutt to get over. Watkins’ conversion made it 44-4 at the break.
 
Doncaster came out fired up at the start of the second half and if Leeds had thought their job was done for the night the men from Keepmoat soon reminded them they had not gone anywhere. From a short kick off, they regained the ball again and went close.
 
Leeds withstood the early pressure and then hit back. Burrow went close before Moon and Hall combined to put Lilley in space and he the dummied before diving out one handed to score. Watkins missed the touchline conversion but his side were in control at 48-4.
 
However, Doncaster then had their best spell of the game and got their reward with three tries to cheer their travelling band of supporters. Former Rhinos junior Ryan Wright crossed first before Louis Sheriff scored his side’s third try and Charlie Martin then got a deserved try for the visitors.
 
In the midst of the Doncaster tries, Burrow had gone over for Leeds after a good break by Watkins, supported by Walters and finished by the scrum half.
 
Gdansk-born prop Mikolaj Oledzki marked his debut with a try after 64 minutes when he supported the run of Adam Cuthbertson, Lilley adding the conversion.
 
Doncaster got one last try with a break away after a wide pass was spilled and the visitors were quickest to react. Handley chased back but Kesik was in support and just evaded Hallas to score.
 
The Rhinos crossed for the last try of the game when Joel Moon scored for the fifth successive game. Lilley added the conversion to make the final score 64-28. 
 

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