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St Helens v Leeds Rhinos Friday 28th March 8pm

22nd March 2014

By Leeds Rhinos

Leeds travel to high flying St Helens next season in the biggest game of the season so far in the First Utility Super League as the Rhinos look for a repeat of last year’s win at Langtree Park.

Tickets and travel are now on sale for the Leeds Rhinos away match against St Helens at Langtree Park, on Friday 28th March kick off 8.00pm.

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The tickets are for the East Terrace, which is behind the posts at one end of the ground. These are priced at £22 for adults, £16 for OAP’s (over 60) and young adults (16-21), and £10 for Juniors under 16. We also have unreserved seated tickets in the North Stand which is situated along the side. These are priced at, £23.50 for adults, £18 for OAP’s (over 60) and young adults (16-21) and £10 for Juniors.

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 are also on sale priced £22 adult, £16 concessions and £10 Junior and helper tickets are also available if required and upon production of valid ID. Wheelchair disabled fans need to buy their via St. Helens. There is also a small number of car parking spaces allocated for disabled supporters. Please contact St. Helens on 01744 455052 to arrange.

Official coach travel for this match is priced at £15. The coach will depart from Car Park F on St Michaels Lane at 5pm. Don’t forget that if you are a season ticket holder you can travel to this match for free! You must exchange the voucher you received with your season ticket at the ticket office – terms and conditions apply.

Match tickets will be available until 3.00pm on Friday 28th March from the Rhinos Ticket Office. To book either or both tickets and travel, 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.

St Helens details are:
Ground Address – Langtree Park, McManus Drive, St. Helens, WA9 3AL
Website – www.saintsrlfc.com
Ticket Hotline Number – 01744 455052
Car Parking – Car Parking is available in the town centre. The two car parks are Tontine Car Park, Chalon Way Car Park, WA10 1BF and The Old Tesco Car Park, Park Link Way, WA10 1BF.
Coach Parking – Coach parking is on Sullivan’s Way and is free of charge. For more details regarding coach parking, please email kevin.brock@leedsrugby.com
 

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St Helens 14 Leeds Rhinos 10

28th March 2014

By Leeds Rhinos

The Rhinos lost out to a last minute try from Tommy Makinson at Langtree Park as their unbeaten start to the season came to an end.

The Rhinos were without Paul Aiton (illness), Mitch Achurch (head injury) and Joel Moon (hamstring) and recalled Chris Clarkson to the bench having initially missed out on the 19 man squad.

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Despite St Helens being short of a number key players through injury or suspension Leeds knew to expect a tough challenge from the home side in front of a bumper crowd. Leeds looked to put Saints under pressure and forced them to drop out twice consecutive sets with some clever kicking from Sinfield and McGuire but they were unable to make the most of the possession after Ryan Hall was adjudged to have given a forward pass to Stevie Ward.

Saints had their own chances with giant prop Mose Masoe going close as he barged his way towards the line and James Roby was always dangerous from dummy half. The home side, following heavy rain before kick off, were happy to kick down field and force Leeds to attack from deep but Hardaker, Hall and Tom Briscoe were more than a match.

The Rhinos did hit the front after 18 minutes and it was Danny McGuire who finally did the damage, supporting a break before racing through to score between the posts and register his 250th career try. Fittingly, Kevin Sinfield’s conversion was also a landmark occasion as it was his 3,500th point for the club.

St Helens hit back after 24 minutes when Anthony Walker capitalised on some quick thinking by Roby to spot a gap near the posts and he put the prop over for the try. Tommy Makinson had the simple job of converting and levelling the score.

Both teams had chances after that but it was the defence that proved most eye catching with Ian Kirke and Sia Soliola the leading candidates for both sides.

The second half was a more open affair with team’s creating chances and the video referee being put to full use. Leeds took the lead after 56 minutes through a Sinfield penalty after Saints were caught offside on their own line and the Rhinos then had a try disallowed for McGuire when he spilled the ball stretching out for the line.

Saints thought they had scored when they touched down outwide but the replays showed a knock on by Walker in the build up and Leeds had a let off. However, the home side did take the lead soon after. Once again video referee Phil Bentham had the final decision. Replays suggested an obstruction by Soliola but it was not deemed to be sufficient and Makinson was awarded the try. He missed the touchline conversion attempt but his side were 10-8 in front.

Sinfield then levelled the game with ten minutes to go when Leeds got a penalty for ball stealing in the tackle and he could have put his side in front but saw his drop goal attempt slide wide with four minutes to go.

That set up a grandstand finish and it was Saints who took the points in the final minute. Leeds had defended their line from one set but with the last play of the game, Hohaia chipped over the top, Lomax collected and kicked to the corner for Makinson to touch down. He missed the conversion but Saints had secure the win, 14-10.

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