Quiz of the Week: Where did they sign from?
If you think you’re the most knowledgeable Rhinos fan, test your knowledge in our Friday quiz, with topics ranging from iconic players to have worn blue and amber and historic seasons.
This week’s quiz focuses on the notable signings that played for the club during the Super League era.
Can you guess the different clubs we signed the following 30 players from?
Jamie Peacock MBE
Leeds signed Jamie Peacock from Bradford Bulls in 2006. Having won the Grand Final in his final match with the Bulls, the prop added six more Grand Final titles with Leeds, plus two Challenge Cups, two League Leaders' Sheilds and two World Club Challenges.
Fresh after winning the 1998 Challenge Cup with Sheffield Eagles, Leeds landed the signature of Keith Senior prior to the 1999 season. He was a key part of the club's success, scoring some of the most memorable tries in his 365 appearances.
Having already recruited the likes of Tongan internationals Konrad Hurrell and Tui Lolohea for 2019, the Rhinos added Australian international Merrin to their squad from Penrith Panthers.
Hooker Aiton came to the Rhinos in 2014 as part of a swap deal that saw Paul McShane head the other way. The former Cronulla Shark joined the Wildcats in 2012 prior to his move to Headingley.
New Zealand international Brent Webb was an important capture from New Zealand Warriors in 2007. Scoring twice on his debut, the full back went on to win three Grand Finals during his time at Leeds.
Leeds boosted their pack with the signing of Gareth Ellis from Wakefield in 2005. After six seasons with the Wildcats, Ellis made the move to Leeds, where he debuted in the World Club Challenge win over Canterbury Bulldogs at Elland Road.
Richie Myler is the only player to ever be signed by the Rhinos from Catalans Dragons. Announced midway through 2017, Myler was a pivotal player for Leeds in 2018, winning the club's Player of the Year.
One of the club's most decorated overseas players, Brett Delaney changed from Gold Coast Titans to Leeds in 2010; scoring on his debut against Crusaders. He went on to win seven major trophies, including three Grand Finals.
Powerful back rower Ali Lauitiiti was a significant signing from New Zealand Warriors as the Rhinos kick started the Golden Decade in 2004. He won four Grand Final during his time at the club, scoring in 2007.
Leeds secured the transfer of Jay Pitts from Wakefield Trinity for the 2010 campaign. After only 25 appearances in three years, he moved to Hull FC, Bradford, London and then back to Trinity this season.
Forward Hauraki swapped Crusaders for Leeds in 2011 but only played two seasons, scoring six tries in 35 appearances.
As part of a group of players signed for Leeds from Keighley Cougars between 1997 and 1998, Daryl Powell played three seasons at the Rhinos before signing as head coach between 2001 and 2003.
Seumanufagai joined the Rhinos midway through 2019 from Cronulla Sharks and was soon a fan favourite. The prop made over 100 appearances for Wests Tigers before moving to the Sharks in 2018 but travelled to the UK after only one season to join Leeds.
Leeds signed Darrell Griffin from Huddersfield Giants ahead of the 2012 season. The prop featured in both the Challenge Cup and Grand Final that season but went out on loan to Salford in 2013, later signing permanently.
Luke Gale returned to Leeds Rhinos at the end of 2019, signing from Castleford Tigers. The half back scored 978 points in 104 appearances for the Tigers between 2015 and 2019 before moving back to the Rhinos.
Forward Chris McKenna signed for Leeds from Cronulla Sharks and played three seasons. He won the 2004 Grand Final with the club as well as the World Club Challenge a year later before joining Bradford Bulls.
Richard Moore made his return to Leeds in 2012, signing from Crusaders. A product of the Rhinos academy squad, Moore had spells at Bradford, Leigh and Wakefield and Crusaders before returning to make his debut against Widnes.
Prop Jack Ormondroyd moved to the Rhinos from Championship side Featherstone Rovers in 2017, debuting against Leigh Centurions.
Godden was one of three signing made by Leeds in 1998, joining from Hunter Mariners. Moving with coach Graham Murray, the centre only played two seasons with the Rhinos but was a crucial part of Murray's squad that went on to Challenge Cup glory.
Jordan Thompson made the temporary switch back to Super League in 2018, joining Leeds from Championship side Leigh Centurions. Having left Hull FC to join Leigh, the forward signed a loan deal until the end of the season with Leeds before rejoining the Black and Whites for 2019.
Former Australia captain and 2001 NRL Grand Final winner Danny Buderus signed for Leeds in 2009 from Newcastle Knights. The NRL Hall of Famer is one of an elite group of players to win Grand Final titles in both Australia and England.
Leeds signed Wayne McDonald from St Helens after the prop struggled for regular starts in the 'Red V'. He went on to play three years at the Rhinos, making 91 appearances.
Having played for New South Wales and Australia, Leeds secured the high profile signing of Brett Mullins from Canberra for 2001. He managed only 12 appearances, scoring four tries before returning to Australia where he won the Grand Final with Sydney Roosters.
The Rhinos signed Anselme on loan from French Elite Division One side RC Albi in 2008. The French international played four times under Brian McClennan and scored two tries.
Part of an iconic forward pack in the late 90s, Anthony Farrell joined Leeds in 1997 from Sheffield Eagles. Along with Adrian Morley, Darren Fleary and Marc Glanville, Farrell helped the club to their first Grand Final appearance and a Challenge Cup win in 1999.
Ian Kirke put pen to paper to seal his transfer from York City Knights to Leeds in 2006. The prop spent eight years in blue and amber, playing 196 games, including five Grand Final wins.
The Rhinos signed New Zealand international forward Greg Eastwood from Canterbury Bulldogs in 2010. After 22 appearances, the prop returned home to Australia having not settled in the UK.
Leeds recruited Blackmore from Auckland Warriors ahead of the 1997 season. Having played previously in England with Castleford, the Kiwi centre returned home between 1995 and 1996 before later signing for Leeds.
Mitch Achurch swapped Penrith Panther to sign for Leeds in 2013. His three years at the Rhinos saw the back rower score 17 tries in 86 appearances, also picking up a Challenge Cup in 2015.
Leeds signed hard hitting prop Martin Masella in 1997 from South Sydney Rabbitohs. Having made 17 appearances in his sole year with the Rabbitohs, the Tongan international played two years in blue and amber, notably winning the 1999 Challenge Cup.