Four changes for Rhinos for Monday night clash with Wolves
Leeds Rhinos Head Coach Richard Agar has made four changes to his 21 man squad for Monday’s Betfred Super League clash at Warrington Wolves, live on Sky Sports, kick off 7.45pm.
The Rhinos defeated Leigh Centurions at Emerald Headingley on Thursday night but forward King Vuniyayawa has been ruled out following that game having failed a HIA test during the match.
There is good news however with Konrad Hurrell and Ash Handley both cleared to return after completely their return to play protocols following concussion. The Rhinos also welcome back Alex Mellor and Bodene Thompson, who have completed their one game suspensions.
Leeds are without Richie Myler (finger), Zane Tetevano (Covid), Cameron Smith (Covid contact trace isolation), Alex Sutcliffe (knee), Jack Walker (foot) and Harry Newman (leg) whilst skipper Luke Gale will complete his two game suspension following Monday’s game.
Leeds Rhinos season and flexi members can watch Monday’s game live on the Our League app with full live coverage of the game.
The squad in full is:
2 Tom Briscoe sponsored by Wetherby Whaler
4 Konrad Hurrell sponsored by Berrys
5 Ash Handley sponsored by Roxy Ballroom
6 Rob Lui sponsored by Vale Services
8 Mikolaj Oledzki sponsored by BadRhino
9 Kruise Leeming sponsored by Fenton Finance
10 Matt Prior sponsored by K-Bins
11 Alex Mellor sponsored by Horbury Dental Laboratories
12 Rhyse Martin sponsored by The Ortus Group
14 Brad Dwyer sponsored by The Artisan Drinks Co
15 Liam Sutcliffe sponsored by Mtech
18 Tom Holroyd sponsored by West Riding Paper Services
20 Bodene Thompson sponsored by ACS Stainless Steel Fixings
22 Sam Walters sponsored by Warners Fish Merchants
23 Callum McLelland sponsored by Trivent Ltd
24 Luke Briscoe sponsored by Roxy Ball Room
25 James Donaldson sponsored by LR Motors (Yorkshire) Limited
26 Jarrod O’Connor sponsored by Sano Physiotherapy
27 Jack Broadbent sponsored by Johnstone’s Paint
29 Liam Tindall sponsored by Lost Rockstar Clothing
31 Morgan Gannon sponsored by Simon Baynes