FANS SNAP UP TICKETS FOR DERBY CLASH

Leeds Rhinos fans are acting quick to make sure they have their ticket for the biggest game of the season at Headingley Carnegie on Thursday 13th April, kick off 8pm.

Leeds Rhinos fans are acting quick to make sure they have their ticket for the biggest game of the engage Super League season with the repeat of last season’s Grand Final when Bradford Bulls arrive at Headingley Carnegie on Thursday 13th April, kick off 8pm. There are fewer than 500 tickets left for the South Stand, with limited numbers of seats left in the Main Stand and fewer than 1,000 tickets on sale from the Headingley Carnegie ticket office for the Western Terrace. The game is the first time that the two sides have met this season and is given extra spice with the fact that it will be the first time that Jamie Peacock has played against the side that he captained to Grand Final glory last season and the return of Marcus Bai, Chris McKenna and of course Bulls captain Iestyn Harris to Headingley Carnegie. The last five games against the Bulls at Headingley Carnegie have attracted sell out crowds and, with the capacity restricted to 16,660 this season due to construction work on the new Carnegie Stand, tickets are in great demand for this year’s clash. This is the first of two games between the sides at Headingley Carnegie this season with the Bulls again visiting on Friday 7th July and tickets are already on sale to members for this game, although they do not go on general sale until 1st June. Commenting on the ticket sales Chief Executive Gary Hetherington said, "Obviously the Bulls game is always one of the highlights of the season and the traditional Easter fixture is one that all fans look forward to. We are expecting the game to sell out well in advance of the day of the game so we would urge all fans to purchase their tickets as soon as possible to avoid disappointment." Fans can book their tickets now either in person from the Headingley Carnegie ticket office or by calling 08700 606050.