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St Helens v Leeds Rhinos, Friday 17th April, kick off 8pm

12th April 2015

By Leeds Rhinos

Tickets and travel are now on sale for the Leeds Rhinos away match against St. Helens at Langtree Park, on Friday 17th April kick off 8.00pm.

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, £15 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, £24.50 for adults, £18 for  OAP’s (over 60) and young adults (16-21) and £10 for Juniors. Tickets for Junior Season Members can be exchanged for a match ticket in advance of the match by producing the voucher from their away voucher booklet at the Leeds Rugby Retail Store or Ticket Office (match day only). Junior Season Ticket Holders can upgrade to the seated area for £5. Ambulant disabled are also on sale and are priced depending on age and area, helper tickets are also available if required 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.
 
NB. St. Helens advise that all junior exchange their away voucher before travelling as they will not be able to do so on the turnstiles and may face long queues to exchange at the ticket office.
 
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 2015 season member you can travel to this match for free! You must exchange the voucher you received with your season membership card at the Leeds Rugby Retail Store or Ticket Office (match day only) – terms and conditions apply.

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Match tickets will be available until 3.00pm on Friday 17th April from the Leeds Rugby Retail Store. 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), come down to the Leeds Rugby Retail Store at Headingley Carnegie Stadium 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 16 Leeds Rhinos 41

17th April 2015

By Leeds Rhinos

A first half hat trick from Ash Handley set the Rhinos on the way to a record winning margin away at St Helens as the Rhinos went six points clear at the top of the First Utility Super League.

These two sides have set the standards in the Super League era and this first clash of the season between the top two had been building nicely. The home side started brightly and were looking the most likely early scorer however Ash Handley was alert to the danger and tapped an attempted Saints pass into the air before collecting himself and racing 90 metres to score.   Liam Sutcliffe added the conversion to give his side the perfect start after three minutes.
 
The Rhinos doubled their lead and Handley doubled his account next. Paul Aiton had gone close before Leeds looked to move it wide. Adam Cuthbertson picked up a loose pass and fed Joel Moon, who skipped through the defence, drew the last man and popped a pass out of the back to Handley to score.
 
Sutcliffe added the conversion then set up the next try as he raced around the defence and had his picked of support runners and opted for Zak Hardaker as the full back raced in to score between the posts. Sutcliffe’s third goal made it 18-0 and the home crowd were left stunned.
 
The Rhinos then made it 24-0 when McGuire supported a fine break by Carl Ablett before racing in from 40 metres out to score. Kevin Sinfield, on as a replacement, kicked the conversion.
 
Saints did get a try back but there was a slice of good fortune in the score when Tommy Makinson appeared to initially knock on before kicking ahead and diving on the ball. Referee Ben Thaler thought it was not a try but he was overruled by his colleagues in the video booth and the score was allowed. Travis Burns added the conversion to make it 24-6.
 
However, the Rhinos finished an impressive half with a fifth try and it was Handley who completed his hat trick. Watkins picked up a loose ball and raced 80 metres up field. Fleming did well to pull him down but the England man kept his head and Sutcliffe’s crossfield kick with the last play of the half was pin point accurate straight into the arms of Handley to score. Sinfield missed the conversion attempt from the touchline but his side led 28-6 at the break.
 
Saints were always going to come out fired up in the second half and the returning Luke Walsh gave home fans hope with a fine display pulling the strings for the home side.  Jordan Turner crossed twice for them to give them a lifeline but the Rhinos were clinical with their chances to keep Keiron Cunningham’s side at arms length.
 
Sutcliffe crossed for a well deserved try after good work by Cuthbertson and Sinfield and he converted the try to make it 34-16 to his side.
 
He then kicked a drop goal to push his side further out and then converted Joel Moon’s last minute try to make the final score 41-16 to the league leaders. 

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