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Wakefield Wildcats v Leeds Rhinos, Sunday 6th April, 2pm

29th March 2014

By Leeds Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos switch their attentions to the Tetley’s Challenge Cup next weekend as they make the short trip to Wakefield for their Fourth Round clash.

Tickets are on general sale now for this clash. There is an advance purchase discount if tickets are purchased in advance of match day – on match day adult priced tickets will increase by £2. The tickets will be valid for the West Terrace which is situated along the side of the pitch – this will be the stand for the Rhinos supporters only. To purchase reserved seating tickets you must contact Wakefield Wildcats on 01924 211611 and select option 1. These will be charged at the same advance ticket price as the terracing tickets (in advance of match day only).

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Junior season ticket holders can see this match for free! However in order to do so they must exchange their Tetley's Challenge Cup 4th Round voucher from their junior voucher booklet before 3pm on Saturday 5th April at the Leeds Rhinos Ticket Office (this is subject to ticket availability). There will be no option to exchange the junior vouchers on match day at Wakefield Wildcats.

Tickets can be purchased either by coming along to Leeds Rugby Store at Headingley Carnegie Stadium or over the phone on 0871 423 1315 (calls are charged at 10p per minute – calls from mobiles may vary). Tickets are available to purchase online at www.therhinos.co.uk/buytickets.

Wheelchair Disabled tickets are priced accordingly depending on adult or concession at either £20 or £12 (prices are based on purchasing in advance of match day – prices will go up on match day). Helper tickets are also available if required and upon production of valid ID. To purchase Wheelchair disabled tickets and to request disabled parking you must contact the Wakefield Wildcats ticket office on 01924 211611 and select option 1.

With the Stadium operating at a reduced capacity all supporters are encouraged to purchase their tickets in advance to avoid disappointment. However, please note the match is not all ticket.

Advance ticket prices (valid in advance of match day)

Adult £20
Concession* £12
Junior season ticket holders Free upon production of voucher from voucher bookletJuniors under 5 Free and do not require ticket

Match Day Prices

Adult £22
Concession* £12
Junior season ticket holders Not valid on match day
Juniors under 5 Free and do not require ticket

*Concessions = Senior Citizens 60 and over / Students upon production of a valid student card / Juniors aged 5-16
NB Ambulant Disabled tickets are available from Leeds Rhinos and are priced accordingly depending on adult or concession. Helper tickets are also available if required and upon production of valid ID.

Travel to the Wakefield Wildcats – Rapid Solicitors Stadium

Leeds Rhinos are offering travel to the Tetley's Challenge Cup 4th Round for only £9. The coaches will depart from Car Park F at Headingley Carnegie Stadium at 12noon on Sunday 6th April. Please note that season ticket holder free travel vouchers are NOT valid for this match.

To book your tickets and travel for this game please call 0871 423 1315 (calls are charged at 10 pence per minute), by coming down to the Leeds Rugby Store at Headingley Carnegie Stadium or online at www.therhinos.co.uk/buytickets

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Wakefield Wildcats 6 Leeds Rhinos 60

6th April 2014

By Leeds Rhinos

The Rhinos produced an impressively clinical display to see off the challenge of Wakefield and book their place in the Fifth Round of the Tetley’s Challenge Cup.

The opening exchanges were as cagey as you would expect from a local derby in a knock out competition but the visitors slowly gained the upper hand and finally made that pressure count when Rob Burrow went from dummy half and sprinted clear to score after 19 minutes.

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That sparked a ruthless passage of play from the Rhinos as they ran in four more tries inside 13 minutes. The first came from Carl Ablett, as he supported the break of Kevin Sinfield and took a sublime offload to go over between the sticks. Danny McGuire was next on the scoresheet after a Burrow kick bounced away from Peter Fox and the kick chase from Ryan Hall caused the former Leeds Academy man to knock on. Joel Moon, on his return to the side from injury, was quickest to react and picked up the loose ball before passing to McGuire who cut back in field to score. Hall then benefitted from some good work by Jamie Peacock and Ryan Bailey in midfield, as their offloads caught the Wildcats flat footed and a wide pass from Burrow put Hall in for the try. Finally, Ablett powered his way over from close range to make it 26-0 after 32 minutes, Sinfield missing the last two conversion attempts.

Wakefield got a score back after that when scrum half Pita Godinet produced two dummies to create a gap and went through to score between the posts, Sammut adding the conversion but it was just a brief reversal in the flow of the game.

The Rhinos finished the half with a try in the last minute. Godinet had tried to create another score with an offload near the Leeds line but it fell to Hardaker, who broke upfield. Ablett maintained the momentum with a strong run before offloading to Hall, who went 45 metres to score. Sinfield added the conversion to make it 32-6.

Half time saw Liam Sutcliffe return to the Rhinos side after his loan spell at Bradford, as he replaced McGuire, and he soon announced his return with a try after 50 minutes as he timed his run to perfection to cut through the defence and score.

That try came after a well deserved try for Mitch Achurch following good work by Sinfield and Hardaker in the build up and when Achurch was in space there was no stopping him from 15 metres out. The Rhinos captain converted both tries to make it 44-6.

Despite the scoreline, Leeds then produced some strong goal line defence to keep Wakefield out and they then finished with a final flourish. Briscoe intercepted an offload from Lauitiiti and raced in from 45 metres out before Burrow grabbed his second try when he took Peacock’s offload and stepped twice around the retreating cover to score between the posts. Finally, Sinfield chipped over a kick with two minutes to go and Joel Moon allowed the ball to bounce once before collecting and touching down. Sinfield converted the last two to make the final score 60-6.

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