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One week to go

12th May 2018

By Phil Daly

Next up on the Rugby League calendar is the 2018 Dacia Magic Weekend taking place on Saturday 19th– Sunday 20thMay at St James’ Park in Newcastle. Leeds Rhinos take on Castleford Tigers one week today, bringing the curtain down on day one of the action, kick off 7.30pm.

It’s not too late to join the huge Rhinos crowd heading to Newcastle. Tickets are selling extremely well but there is still availability with the Rhinos Ticket Office.

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Day tickets for all 4 games on Saturday are still available from as little as £12.50. Weekend tickets for all 7 games across both days are still available from £20. These prices are valid for unreserved seats in the Leazes Stand (behind the posts).

Remember, if you’re a Rhinos Season or Supporter Member you’ll save 50% on your ticket price if you book directly with the club!

Buy online at tickets.therhinos.co.uk where you can find a full list of prices or buy over the phone with the Rhinos Ticket Office on 0371 423 1315.

Magic Weekend Fan Zone

The Dacia Magic Weekend Fan Zone will be open over the course of the weekend, spread over the Metro Car Park and Strawberry Place.

Food & beverages, live music and entertainment will be on offer at Strawberry Place. The Metro Car Park will also have food & beverages, partner activations, inflatables and partner branded giveaways.

The Fan Zone is open from 11am-6.30pm on Saturday, and 11am-5pm on Sunday.

Coach Travel

Official Rhinos coach travel is also still available. Book for £20 for Saturday day return, or £35 for same day return on both Saturday and Sunday. Coaches will depart from Car Park F at Emerald Headingley Stadium on the Saturday at 9.30am and on the Sunday at 8am.

Captain America shirt available now

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Newcastle Thunder v Bradford Bulls

Heading to Newcastle early? Catch Newcastle Thunder take on Bradford Bulls on Friday 18th May, kick off 7.45pm, at Kingston Park Stadium.

Tickets are available to purchase for £12 for adults and £5 for juniors if you buy in advance at www.thunderrugby.co.uk/, or by calling Newcastle Thunder on 0871 226 6060.

Official Afterparty

Alex Simmons is hosting the official Magic Weekend afterparty in Newcastle City Centre at Digital (Times Square, NE1 4EP) on Saturday evening after the Rhinos match, where they will also be screening the Josh Warrington v Lee Selby Boxing.

Tickets are £6 plus booking fee and can be booked online by clicking here https://www.skiddle.com/whats-on/Newcastle-on-Tyne/Digital/Magic-Weekend-Official-Afterparty-with-Rugby-AM/13204753/

 

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St Helens Women 20 Leeds Rhinos Women 14

20th May 2018

By Leanne Flynn

Leeds Rhinos Women’s winning run came to an end at the hands of St Helens Women with a 20-14 defeat at Thatto Heath.

The home side opened the scoring inside the first five minutes; centre Katie May Williams scoring in the corner. On the Rhinos 10 meter line, a chip kick from Zoe Harris on the 5th tackle was fumbled by the defence, allowing the Saints centre to touch the ball down in goal to make the score 4-0.

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Leeds responded immediately by taking advantage of a penalty. Off the back of a move down the left hand side, that saw Megan Price nearly score, half back Hanna Butcher took advantage of a hole in the line, scurrying through to level the scores.

Faye Gaskin doubled Saints’ lead; throwing a dummy to calve the Leeds defence open and score. The stand off used the field territory provided off the back of strong drives to position herself for the attacking play. Converting her own try, St Helens looked to be in control at 10-4.

Suze Hill got Leeds back in contention as she used her airial ability to score in the corner. Strong drives again from the forwards put Leeds on their opponent’s line and a wide move, involving Forsell and Charlotte Booth, found the winger in space to score in the corner.

Katie May Williams scored her second of the game, for St Helens, to open up the score once more. Pressure applied on the Rhinos line was looking to go nowhere until a wide pass opened up the space for a charging Williams to power through the defence and score. Faye Gaskin converted making the socre 14-8 in favour of the home side.
But there was late drama at the end of the half. A 70 meter break by Caitlin Beevers put Leeds in an attacking position and returning captain Lois Forsell took full advantage of a broken defence to dive over the line. Courtney Hill converted her first kick of the game to put the teams level at half time, the score 14-14.

The second half saw only one try that proved crucial for St Helens. A break by Katie May Williams put Saints within striking distance and a move through the halves found second rower Roxy Mura, who strolled in to score. Faye Gaskin converted to make the score 20-14.

The last 30 minutes saw the tables turn both ways with the Rhinos being unlucky to get over the line. The defence from both sides was admirable as Leeds prevented Saints extending their lead whilst the home side stopped Leeds from coming back into the game. As the final whistle blew, it was a harsh defeat for the Rhinos as they conceded their first loss of the season, the final score 20-14.

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