Social media reacts to semi final win

Hull FC's Danny Houghton lays dejected after the defeat.

Leeds Rhinos have booked their spot in a tenth Grand Final in 20 seasons with their semi final win over Hull FC and twitter lit up on Friday night as players and fans reacted.
Danny McGuire and Rob Burrow played their last game together at Headingley Carnegie but McGuire took time out to praise his former team mate and good friend Gareth Ellis after the game.

Rob Burrow expressed his gratitude to fans for their support.

Adam Cuthbertson was nearly speechless and is looking forward to going back to another Grand Final.

Whilst forward Brett Ferres will be appearing his first final after coming off the bench in the win over Hull FC.

Brad Singleton was man of the match against Hull but took to twitter to share his concern for his team mate and pal Stevie Ward.

Sky Sports tweeted their post match interview with an emotional Brian McDermott

Leeds boxer Josh Warrington donned the blue and amber to show his support for the boys ahead of the game at Old Trafford next Saturday.

Whilst 2004 Grand Final winner Richard Mathers is an anticipating a classic encounter between two of his former clubs.

Ryan Bailey is still able to do what he wants after he left no one in any doubt which one of his former clubs he will be backing at Old Trafford.

Another former player, the legendary Danny Buderus sent his best wishes from Australia.

Leeds United owner Andrea Radrizzani nailed his blue and amber colours to his mast by backing the Rhinos for the big West Yorkshire derby at Old Trafford.

Lifelong Rhinos fan and Ripper Street star Matthew Lewis had a nervous night watching the semi final.

Leeds City Council Chief Executive Tom Riordan sent his best regards.

Leeds born Jason Robinson is looking forward to a classic Grand Final next Saturday evening.

Jonny Brownlee had a night in front of the tele watching the Rhinos.

BBC presenter Mark Chapman was quick to praise the sportsmanship shown between both sets of players.