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Betfred Super League Semi final Friday 29th September kick off 7.45pm

22nd September 2017

By Phil Daly

Semi Final

Leeds Rhinos are eighty minutes away from a possible return to Old Trafford for the Betfred Super League Grand Final and will have a home semi final at Headingley Carnegie Stadium on Friday 29th September kick off 7.45pm.

Tickets are now on general sale for next Friday’s clash with Ladbrokes Challenge Cup winners Hull FC at Headingley Carnegie.

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The table of prices is below and bookings are subject to a £1.50 booking fee when paying with credit / debit card over the phone or online – this excludes members who will not pay the booking fee for their own tickets or fans that purchase directly from the Leeds Rugby Store.

Members have had first chance to purchase tickets up until 5pm on Friday 22nd September and all remaining tickets are now on general sale. Members can still gain a discount when they purchase their ticket if they book before 5pm on Thursday 28th September whilst tickets remain available. Please note the capacity is restricted for this game with the South Stand closed so supporters are urged to buy soon to avoid disappointment.

Tickets for this match are available either over the phone on 0371 423 1315, online at www.therhinos.co.uk or by coming down to the Leeds Rugby Store at Headingley Carnegie Stadium. To gain access to the discounted prices online Rhinos 2017 Season Members and Rhinos 2017 Supporter Members must input their valid customer number which appears on their membership card. For a season member to book more than season member position on their order, they must add the other members onto the friends and family on their account.

To provide an additional opportunity for our Rhinos 2017 Season Members and Rhinos 2017 Supporter Members to purchase their tickets either by coming down to the Leeds Rugby or over the phone, we will be opening until 7pm on Thursday 21st September.

Rhinos 2017 Season Ticket Members, Rhinos 2017 Supporter & Opposition Team’s Members prices – valid until 5pm on Thursday 28th September

Area of Ground Adult (member) Concession*

(member)

Junior**

(member)

Carnegie Terrace, West Terrace £20 £13 £5
Paddock £23 £16 £5
Main Stand / Carnegie Wing Seats £27 £20 £5
Carnegie Centre Section Seats £30 £23 £5

General Match Ticket Prices

Area of Ground Adult

(general)

Concession*

(general)

Junior**

(general)

Carnegie Terrace, West Terrace £22 £15 £5
Paddock £25 £18 £5
Main Stand / Carnegie Wing Seats £29 £22 £5
Carnegie Centre Section Seats £32 £25 £5

*Concessions = Seniors aged 65 and over, students and Under 21s (Valid ID required), Disabled (ambulant and wheelchair***)
**Juniors aged 16 and under (ID required)
*** Disabled fans are entitled to a free carer ticket upon proof of carer allowance

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Huddersfield Giants 12 Leeds Rhinos 36

22nd September 2017

By Phil Daly

Joel Moon kicks

Leeds made sure they went into the Betfred Super League semi final in the best possible form with a well earned victory against Rick Stone’s Huddersfield Giants outfit with Danny McGuire scoring in both halves.

The Rhinos made the perfect start in the wet conditions at the John Smith’s Stadium as they opened the scoring inside the first 90 seconds through Kallum Watkins. Huddersfield had spilled the ball in the first set from the kick off and two tackles later, Watkins spun in the tackle and stretch out to score. He converted his own try from the touchline to give his side a perfect start.

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The visitors were dealt a blow shortly afterwards when Brett Delaney was forced off through injury to be replaced by Liam Sutcliffe.

Huddersfield thought they had got a try back for winger Jared Simpson only for play to be pulled back for a forward pass in the build up. The Rhinos then punished the error with a superb individual try from skipper Danny McGuire. McGuire has enjoyed some of his greatest moments in blue and amber at the Giant’s home ground and he marked his final visit as a Leeds player with a special try. Breaking through near half way, he raced clear before dummying to winger Tom Briscoe and ghosted back in field to score. Watkins narrowly missed his conversion attempt but the Rhinos now led 10-0.

The Rhinos increased their lead soon after with a fourth try of the season for Jimmy Keinhorst. The chance was created by Joel Moon with a grubber kick behind the Giants defence which Keinhorst hacked ahead and collected to score. Watkins was on target again with the conversion to give his side a 16-0 lead after as many minutes.

Huddersfield gave themselves a lifeline before the interval with a try ten minutes late. Brough, who had pounded the Rhinos defence with the high ball, opted to kick low and, when Leeds failed to clear the ball dead, Michael Lawrence raced through to touch down. Brough added the conversion to make it 16-6 at the break.

It remained that way for a long period in the second half before Leeds opened the scoring 16 minutes after the break through Danny McGuire. The skipper created the chance when he broke through before passing to Ashton Golding in support. The full back was tackled from behind by Brough but had the presence of mind to look for the return pass to McGuire to score his second try. Watkins was on target again with the conversion to give Leeds a 22-6 advantage.

That lead was extended when Anthony Mullally proved too big and too strong near the line to stop against his former club. Watkins added the conversion and a subsequent penalty to secure the win.

Huddersfield chanced their arm after that and got a try back through Ryan Hinchcliffe but the Rhinos found an immediate response when Ryan Hall broke down the touchline before passing back inside to Rob Burrow to score. Watkins’ conversion made it 36-6.

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