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London Broncos v Leeds Rhinos, Saturday 30th June, kick off 3pm

24th June 2012

By Leeds Rhinos

The Rhinos head to London Broncos next Saturday and one group of Leeds fans are looking to make a great occcasion of it by wearing fancy dress and they hope other fans will join them to help raise awareness for a great cause.

Oliver Thompson and his mates are digging out the dressing up box and heading for the capital to raise awareness for the Joining Jack charity. Jack Johnson is the young son of former Wigan, London, Castleford and Salford player Andy Johnson and he has been diagnosed Duchenne muscular dystrophy (DMD). Failing a medical breakthrough, Jack's life will follow a predetermined path, mapped out by this progressive muscle wasting condition. In short, he will no longer be able to walk by the time he reaches adolescence and will lose the use of every single muscle in his body thereafter. He may need spinal rods to keep him upright and ventilation to help him breath. Eventually his heart and lungs will fail and he will die.

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Currently there is very little awareness of DMD and research into finding possible treatments is drastically underfunded. However, over the past few years, with help from charities around the world, human clinical trials have begun to take place with encouraging results. It's for this reason that the family have set up their own charity, to help move things forward for Jack and other children like him. For more information go to www.joiningjack.org

Oliver has produced a banner that he will have on display at the Broncos game so keep an eye out for him.

Leeds Rhinos are delighted to be able to offer you a one night stop over for the Stobart Super League game against London Broncos on Saturday 30th June, kick off 3.00pm.

We will be staying at Lensbury Hotel which is situated approximately a 15 minute drive from The Stoop. The Lensbury is full of surprises, nestled in leafy Teddington on the banks of the River Thames. The hotel offers a range of extensive facilities including a state of the art gym, tennis courts and a swimming pool, to name but a few. The hotel’s restaurant, which is very popular, has a choice of menu from buffet to carvery. The Sports Bar is a popular watering hole, where you’ll be able enjoy the latest games and matches on the big plasma screens while talking about the Rhinos with old and new friends you have met. The standard rooms available are twin or double and comprises of en-suite facilities, tv, radio, tea and coffee making facilities, room service on request.

The price is £150 per person* for a standard room, (match tickets are not included in the price but can be purchased from Leeds Rhinos Ticket Office). The price will include Car Parking at Headingley Carnegie Stadium, Travel to and from the hotel and stadium, 1 night stay at the Lensbury Hotel, Full cooked breakfast, Free use of most of the leisure facilities.

Places are very limited so book early to avoid disappointment – first come, first served!
*The price per person is based on two people sharing.

Tickets and One Day Travel Information
Tickets and same day return travel is also on sale for game at The Twickenham Stoop Stadium, London on Saturday 30th June, kick-off 3pm. The tickets are for the North Stand, which is unreserved seating behind the posts at one end of the ground. These are priced at £15.00 adults, £10.00 OAP’s (over 60) and Students, and £5 for Juniors under 16. Tickets for Junior Season Ticket Holders can be exchanged for a match ticket in advance of the match by producing the voucher from their away voucher booklet at the Rhinos ticket office. Ambulant disabled tickets are priced at £15, £10 and £5 depending on age. Helper tickets are also available if required and upon production of valid ID. Wheelchair disabled tickets with helper are only on sale via the Broncos Ticket Office on 0208 410 6044. Regarding disabled car parking, this is only available on the day of the game on a first come first serve basis.

Official coach travel for this match is priced at £25.00. The coach will depart from Car Park F on St Michaels Lane at 7.00am (season ticket holder travel vouchers are not valid for travel to this match).
Match tickets will be available until 4.00pm on Friday 29th June from the Rhinos Ticket Office.

To book tickets, travel or the overnight package, please call the Ticket Office Hotline on 0871 423 13 15 (calls are charged at 10p per minute – calls from mobiles may vary) or book online at www.therhinos.co.uk/buytickets.

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London Broncos 12 Leeds Rhinos 58

30th June 2012

By Leeds Rhinos

Leeds ran out 58-12 winners over London Broncos with a strong defensive display allied to a clinical performance on attack.

The Rhinos were looking to make it three wins a row as they travelled to the capital to take on London Broncos at the Twickenham Stoop.

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Leeds were without second row Brett Delaney after his suffered a groin strain in the win over Castleford. His place in the starting line up was taken by Weller Hauraki whilst Ian Kirke was drafted onto the bench.

The Rhinos were looking for their third consecutive win whilst London had only won three games all season.
However, it was the home side who had the better of the opening quarter. Leeds were denied a try with a rare attack on the Broncos line when Weller Hauraki had his effort cancelled out because of a forward last pass from Danny McGuire.

London had half chances that they could not capitalise on because of some brave last ditch defence from the Rhinos with Craig Gower dictated play for the home side. They eventually got over for a well deserved try when Chris Bailey bumped off an attempted tackle by Hauraki to score. Michael Witt added the conversion to make it 6-0 after 21 minutes.

The Rhinos hit back instantly with a well worked try for Shaun Lunt. The position was created by a fine break by Kallum Watkins before the ball was moved in field and Lunt spotted a gap to go from dummy half.

The visitors had a let off soon after when Chris Clarkson did well to block Michael Witts kick only to see the ball bounce straight into the arms of Will Lovell who raced down field. He fed Gower who looked to have beaten Ben Jones-Bishop only to come back inside and allow the winger to get him at the second attempt.

Leeds then took the lead five minutes later when Lunt went over again, this time having to work a little bit harder for the score. Sinfield converted both to make it 12-6 after 31 minutes.

Lunt’s double was soon matched by a brace from Danny McGuire who extended the Rhinos lead even further before the break. The first score came off another good break by Watkins and McGuire was on hand to finish off and then, just before half time, he took a sublime offload by Chris Clarkson to score between the posts. Sinfield converted both to make it 24-6 at the break.

The second half was a carbon copy of the first at the start with London dominating possession and the Rhinos conceding territory with a number of errors early in the tackle count. However, as frustrating as those mistakes were they were more than made up for by some incredible goal line defence as the Champions dug deep to keep their lead intact. It was disappointing then when a loose pass from Hardaker gifted a try to Dixon. Witt converted to make it 24-12.

The Broncos continued to press hard and had they scored next the pressure would have been right back on the Rhinos. However, Leeds continued to defend manfully and after the hour mark they once again turned on the try scoring style.
McGuire completed his hat trick and created the chance himself with a well timed pass to Carl Ablett. He in turn released Ryan Hall, who popped a pass inside to McGuire to score. Sinfield added the conversion and the Rhinos were back in command.

Ablett then took advantage of a one handed offload from Ryan Bailey to cross for the next try before McGuire crossed for his 17th try of the season when Sinfield release Jamie Jones-Buchanan inside his own half. The England forward burst upfield and put McGuire in for the try with 20 metres to go. Sinfield added the conversion to make it 40-12 after 68 minutes.

Zak Hardaker showed great strength to hold off two defenders to stretch out and score the next try which Sinfield converted.

The Rhinos were now nearing the half century and quickly passed it with Rob Burrow supporting the break by Ablett to score.

The scoring was wrapped up in the final minutes when Kylie Leuluai barrelled team mate Darrell Griffin out of the way to score the final try. Sinfield added the conversion to make it a hard earned 58-12 win.

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