Forsell names Women’s squad to face St Helens

Leeds Rhinos Women return to action against St Helens Women this Thursday 23rd June as part of a double header with the men’s Betfred Super League game at the Totally Wicked Stadium, kick off 5.30pm.

Forsell has been able to include Eloise Hayward and Adaoha Akwiwu in the squad for the first time this season. Hayward has been unavailable due to commitments with her Rugby Union side Loughborough Lightning and Akwiwu makes her return to the first team from injury, after making a successful comeback for the Academy last week.

Sophie Nuttall is also back in the squad after missing the Challenge Cup Final and the opening two Super League games through injury. Aimee Staveley is unavailable with injury, Tara Moxon is ruled out for this game after being given time to recover from her recent 500 mile charity bike ride for Rugby League Cares and Beth Lockwood and Emma Lumley are also unavailable for selection.

Caitlin Beevers, Fran Goldthorp, Keara Bennett and Courtney Winfield-Hill who all played for England in their win over France are named in the squad and Sophie Robinson is in the mix to make her first Super League appearance of the season.

The squad in full is:

1. Caitlin Beevers sponsored by Systech IT Solutions
3. Sophie Robinson
4. Fran Goldthorp sponsored by PICKUPS SELF STORAGE
5. Sophie Nuttall sponsored by AC Auto Locksmiths
6. Georgia Roche sponsored by G. Swailes Painter & Decorator
7. Courtney Winfield-Hill sponsored by KBW Chambers
9. Keara Bennett sponsored by Harris Creative
10. Dannielle Anderson sponsored by Age Partnership
11. Chloe Kerrigan
12. Elle Frain sponsored by Riva Homes
13. Hanna Butcher
14. Shannon Lacey sponsored by West One Solutions
15. Zoe Hornby
16. Orla McCallion
18. Sam Hulme
19. Jasmine Earnshaw-Cudjoe
24. Adaoha Akwiwu
26. Alex Barnes
28. Eloise Hayward

Player Milestones

Caitlin Beevers is two points away from 100 BWSL Points

Sophie Nuttall is ten points away from 50 BWSL Points

Courtney Winfield-Hill is four points away from 350 BWSL Points

Hanna Butcher is six points away from 100 Rhinos Points

Dannielle Anderson is ten points away from 50 Rhinos Points

Elle Frain is two points away from 50 Rhinos Points

Previous Meetings

Leeds Rhinos 8 St Helens 18 – 5th June 2022 (Challenge Cup Final)
Leeds Rhinos 0 St Helens 28 – 11th October 2021 (Grand Final)
St Helens 12 Leeds Rhinos 20 – 22nd May 2021 (Challenge Cup Semi-Final)
St Helens 14 Leeds Rhinos 18 – 6th October 2019 (Super League Semi-Final)
St Helens 20 Leeds Rhinos 20 – 8th September 2019 (Super League)
Leeds Rhinos 30 St Helens 16 – 21st July 2019 (Super League)
St Helens 10 Leeds Rhinos 16 – 7th July 2019 (Challenge Cup Semi-Final)
Leeds Rhinos 12 St Helens 6 – 20th May 2018 (Super League)
St Helens 20 Leeds Rhinos 14 – 9th September 2018 (Super League)


What are the match day ticket prices and which areas of the ground are available to purchase / preferable area for Leeds Rhinos Fans to purchase?

East Terrace (standing):

  • Adult   £23
  • Concessions (65+)       £16
  • Young Adult (19-21)    £16
  • Youth (17-18)  £13.50
  • Junior (5-16)    £10

North Stand Bronze seating is also (available via St Helens Ticket Office only on match night):

  • Adult   £25.50
  • Concessions (65+)       £19     
  • Young Adult (19-21)    £19     
  • Youth (17-18)  £15.50
  • Junior (5-16)    £10

Where can fans buy tickets on match day?

Tickets for the East Terrace, the main area for Leeds Rhinos fans, can be purchased on the turnstiles using cash or contactless payment.

Seated tickets must be purchased via St Helens Ticket Office.

Where is the collection point for fans to collect tickets?

Leeds Rhinos advise collecting tickets from Headingley Stadium prior to travelling to St Helens however, if needed, they can be collected from St Helen’s Ticket Office (available one hour prior to kick off). 

What time do the turnstiles open?


How much are your match day programmes and where can these be purchased from?

Digital only – available free from the Saints website – 

What parking (if any) is available for cars at the stadium and is there a cost? (please state if need to pre-book and how OR whether it is only available on the day)

There is no car parking available at the Totally Wicked Stadium

Where is the coach parking and is there a cost?

Coach parking must be pre-booked for this match at a cost of £10 per coach. Contact must be made directly with St Helens on 01744 455052

What food is available to purchase at the stadium and where are the food concessions?

There is a variety of food and drink available at the Stadium Kiosks inside the ground

What entertainment is happening on matchday?

This match is a double header with Betfred Women’s Super League fixture St Helens Women v Leeds Rhinos Women kicking off at 5:30pm – the match day ticket covers the Men’s and Women’s fixtures.

Various other entertainment will also take place throughout the evening.

Any other information that would be good to promote to Leeds Rhinos fans ahead of the match?

All travelling fans are advised to check on the latest team and match news via their clubs web sites.

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Information regarding COVID restrictions at the stadium

There are no COVID-19 restrictions at the Totally Wicked Stadium at this time however, Leeds Rhinos and St. Helens would like to remind all spectators they are responsible for ensuring that themselves and everyone in their party who maybe experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms, DO NOT travel to Totally Wicked Stadium on match day.