13 May 2024

What's on this week

This week at the Rhinos sees both the Women's and Wheelchair sides take to the field in Betfred Challenge Cup as both Lois Forsell and James Simpson's sides are 80 minutes away from the final.

The Netball Super League season is hotting up too as the Rhinos host Team Bath in Sheffield, whilst Leeds Rhinos Reserves and Women's Under-19s Academy are also in action on Wednesday and Thursday. Saturday sees the Rhinos PDRL head on the road for their second festival of the year too.

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Wednesday 15th May

Leeds Rhinos Women's Under-19s Academy vs York Valkyrie Under-19s Academy

Matty Bullough's Rhinos Women's Under-19s Academy side are back in action on Wednesday night as they take on York Valkyrie at Stanningley, KO 6.30pm.

The Rhinos play their first game since the end of March, which saw them defeat Featherstone Rovers 36-4 in a commanding display. Ebony Stead crossed for two of Leeds' seven tries on that day, but this week's clash with the Valkyrie gives Leeds a chance to get back at York's 26-4 win last year.

Entry to Stanningley is £3 for adults and £1 for concessions.

Thursday 16th May

Bradford Bulls Reserves vs Leeds Rhinos Reserves

Leeds Rhinos Reserves head to Bartercard Odsal Stadium on Thursday night to take on Bradford Bulls Reserves, kick off 7.30pm.

Coming into the game off the back of a convincing 70-point outing against London at the start of the month, the Rhinos have two wins under their belt after five games. With the season now at the halfway stage, a win for Smith's side would move them higher up the league standings and give them bragging rights over their local rivals.

Entry on Thursday is £5 for Adults and free for Juniors.

Friday 17th May

Leeds Rhinos Netball vs Team Bath 

With five rounds to go in the Netball Super League regular season, Leeds Rhinos Netball kick off round 14 with a home clash against Team Bath on Friday night as they head to Sheffield's Canon Medical Arena, FCP 7.30pm.

Liana Leota's side return to Canon Medical Arena for the second time this season and take on Bath who they defeated 67-51 in April. The Rhinos currently sit outside of the final four play off spots, but can continue to apply pressure on Saracens, Surrey and Severn above them after a 59-49 win over the Mavericks a week ago.

Tickets for unreserved seating are still available, priced at £18 for adults and concessions and £12 for juniors. Buy online now here.

Saturday 18th May

Leeds Rhinos Wheelchair vs Wigan Warriors Wheelchair

Leeds Rhinos Wheelchair are 80 minutes from contesting their fifth consecutive Betfred Wheelchair Challenge Cup Final as James Simpson's side take on Wigan Warriors Wheelchair in the semi-finals at Hull's Allam Sports Centre on Saturday, kick off 1.45pm.

Seven months since the Warriors triumphed in the Wheechair Super League Grand Final clash against Leeds, the sides meet again as they look to secure more silverware. Leeds defeated Hereford in a convincing display in their quarter final, whilst Wigan posted 70 points on Halifax Panthers to reach their first Challenge Cup Final. 

Fans are encouraged to come and show their support as the team continues their 2024 campaign, with entry being free for all spectators.

Leeds Rhinos PDRL Festival

Saturday's action also sees Leeds Rhinos PDRL play their second festival of the year as they head to Warrington.

After playing their first festival at the end of last month, Saturday sees the Rhinos take on hosts Warrington and Hull FC's development side in their two games of the day.

Sunday 19th May

Leeds Rhinos Women vs Wigan Warriors Women

This week rounds out with another huge Challenge Cup clash as Leeds Rhinos Women take on Wigan Warriors Women at the Totally Wicked Stadium for a place at Wembley in the Betfred Women's Challenge Cup Final, KO 12.30pm.

In a repeat of last year's semi-final which saw the Rhinos win 16-4, both sides have had straightforward runs to the final four in this year's competition. Both clubs finished top of their groups with three wins from three, and posted big scorelines in the quarter finals as Leeds strolled passed Warrington 70-10 whilst Wigan secured a 44-4 win over Cardiff Demons.

Tickets are available to buy from the Rhinos for North Stand Reserved seating, starting at £30 for adults, £22 for concessions and £15 for juniors. Standing on the East Terrace is also available for £20 for adults, £15 for concessions and £10 for juniors. 

Please note that tickets also include the Huddersfield Giants vs Warrington Wolves men's semi final afterwards (KO 3.15pm). For more information on tickets and travel for this fixture, click here.

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