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Warrington Wolves v Leeds Rhinos, Friday 27th May, kick off 8pm

24th May 2016

By Leeds Rhinos

The deadline for free travel to Warrington this Friday has now passed however you can still purchase tickets and travel if you want to join the Rhinos army of fans heading to the Halliwell Jones Stadium this week.

The tickets for this game are for the West Stand, which is standing behind the posts at one end of the ground and reserved seating in the North Stand. West Stand tickets are priced at £20 Adults, £14 Concessions* and £10 for Juniors (under 16). 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 Leeds Rugby Ticket Office (match day only). North Stand seated tickets are priced £29.50 Adults and £20 for Concessions* and £10 for Juniors (under 16).  Under 5’s are free but require a ticket in either area. Junior Season Members can upgrade to the seats for £5. Ambulant Disabled tickets are priced at £20 for Adults and £14 Concessions* for the West Stand and are £29.50 for Adults and £20 for Concessions* for the North Stand. Helper tickets are also available if required and upon production of valid ID. For Wheelchair Disabled tickets in the North Stand and disabled car parking, please contact Warrington’s Ticket Office on the number below. These are very limited so please book early.
 
*Concessions = Seniors over 60 and young adults aged 17 to 23

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Official coach travel is £16 return.  However, don’t forget that if you are a 2016 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 24 hours prior to the match – terms and conditions apply. The coach will depart from Car Park F on St Michaels Lane at Headingley Carnegie Stadium at 5pm.

New for 2016, there will be a coach departing for the Warrington game from The Buffers, Rakehill Road, Scholes, LS15 4AL.  Please note when booking you must request travel from The Buffers to ensure you are included on the list. This option is available until 5pm on Wednesday 25th May.
 
Ticket prices on Match day increase by £1 on match day for Adults and Concessions* and Juniors will increase to the Match Day Concession rate price. Junior away vouchers will not be accepted on the turnstiles. You will however be able to swap them for a ticket via Warrington’s ticket office on match night, however we advise you to exchange via the Leeds Rugby Retail Store before you travel. Match tickets will be available until 3pm on Friday 27th May from the Leeds Rugby Retail Store.

To book either or both tickets and travel, please call the Ticket Office Hotline on 0371 423 13 15, come down to the Leeds Rugby Retail Store at Headingley Carnegie Stadium or book online at www.therhinos.co.uk/buytickets.

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Warrington Wolves 52 Leeds Rhinos 18

27th May 2016

By Leeds Rhinos

The Rhinos suffered a second half blitz from Warrington at the Halliwell Jones as they lost out 52-18 to the Wolves despite two tries from Brett Ferres and an early score from Jimmy Keinhorst.

The Rhinos were able to get off to the perfect start when Kurt Gidley was unable to take Zak Hardaker’s kick off and presented the visitors with a scrum ten metres from the Warrington line to start the game. Leeds moved the ball across the field and then back to where the original scrum had been and Danny McGuire’s perfectly weighted grubber kick was collected by Jimmy Keinhorst for the centres seventh try in seven games. Liam Sutcliffe added the conversion from wide out to make it 6-0.
 
Warrington equalised after seven minutes. It came from an error in midfield by the Rhinos that was then compounded by a penalty. Warrington sensed their chance and a pin point accurate pass wide to Gene Ormsby left Ashton Golding in no mans land as he attempted the intercept and the winger score. Gidley added the conversion to level the score.
 
The Rhinos then had a great opportunity to hit the front again with four successive sets on the home line through a combination of knocks on by Warrington, penalties and forced drop outs. However, the Wolves stood firm on defence and when Brett Ferres spilled the ball in traffic near the line, Warrington punished Leeds.
 
They moved the ball down field quickly and Gidley’s low crossfield kick was collected by Tom Lineham and the winger cut back inside to score. Gidley was on target again to make it 12-6 after 18 minutes.
 
Warrington thought they had scored a third try but Ryan Atkins knocked on as he tried to collect Chris Sandow’s grubber kick on the line before Ryan Bailey came on for his home debut against his former club. Leeds were then forced to drop out and Bailey’s first action was to charge back the kick which he did with relish straight at his great friend Jamie Jones-Buchanan. Warrington made the most of their possession as Brad Dwyer dummied one way then came back around the corner to stretch out and score. Gidley added the conversion to make it 18-6 after 31 minutes.
 
The Rhinos needed to find a response before half time and they did that when Brett Ferres reacted quickest when McGuire’s grubber kick bounced off the defenders legs and he picked up and forced his way over for his first try for the club. Sutcliffe added the conversion to cut the gap to 18-12 at the break.
 
The visitors were dealt a blow before half time when both Zak Hardaker and Mitch Achurch were forced off the field and both were unable to return for the remainder of the game.
 
The first half had been a tight contest but Warrington pulled clear after the break with some clinical finishing. They opened the scoring after the break after just seven minutes when Ryan Atkins was first to a crossfield kick and went over to score. Gidley missed the conversion but the home side sensed their chance.
 
Now playing with confidence, a sensational offload out of the back of his hand from Gidley set up the position for Ormsby to score his second after 50 minutes. Gidley adding the conversion.
 
Both teams were reduced to 12 men after that when Sims and Singleton were both shown a yellow card for their part in a brawl. However, Warrington maintained their momentum with Ratchford going over for a try.
 
Leeds had a try disallowed by the video referee for Golding before Jamie Jones-Buchanan appeared to have the ball stripped from him with two men in the tackle. Warrington did not wait around for an inquest and went the length of the field to score through Gidley.
 
Clark then crossed for two tries for Warrington either side of Ferres’ second of the game but it was another miserable night for the Rhinos. 
 

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