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15th March 2019 | KO 19:45 | Emerald Headingley Stadium | Super League

Season So Far

Metres Gained

17,003

Tackles Made
4,438
Missed Tackles
448
Penalties Conceded

100

Total Carries

2,242

Total Passes

2,630

Clean Breaks

98

Errors

147

Top Try Scorer
Ash Handley

12

Top Passer
Brad Dwyer

578

Top Metre Maker

1,498

Konrad Hurrell
Top Tackler

398

Trent Merrin

Leeds Rhinos v London Broncos fans information

Leeds Rhinos are back in action at Emerald Headingley Stadium this Friday 15th March as we entertain London Broncos in round 6 of the Betfred Super League, kick off 7.45pm. We’ll be celebrating St Patrick’s Day too with loads of free entertainment on offer around the ground and on the pitch.

Save £3 On Match Day Prices

Book your tickets now & secure your spot in the Tetley’s South Stand Terrace, Extentia Terrace or West Terrace at the cheapest price:

£24 adults

£16 concessions*

£12 juniors*

Advance prices are valid until midnight on Thursday and prices increase by £3 on match day so please book in advance for the best price. Book online at tickets.therhinos.co.uk, or call us on 0371 423 1315 or buy in person at the Ticket Office at Emerald Headingley Stadium.

Can I Pay On The Day?

You can come along on match night & pay cash on the day at the St Michael’s Lane or Kirkstall Lane turnstiles for standing entry to the Extentia Terrace or West Terrace.

Please note there are NO cash turnstiles at the South Stand, however South Stand Terrace tickets will be available to purchase from the Ticket Office on Friday.

Turnstiles & Access Information

Turnstiles open at 5.30pm on Friday and only South Stand Season Members and match ticket purchasers can use the South Stand turnstiles – the St Michael’s Lane and Kirkstall Lane turnstiles allow access for all match tickets. If you need to collect your tickets on Friday please head to the collections point at the Ticket Office (entrance is street side on St Michael’s Lane). Bag searches are in operation at all turnstiles & bags must not be larger than an A4 piece of paper in size. Please note that all cards and tickets will be checked upon entry into the stands and if you have any issues with your match day experience please text our fans phone on 07500 312 832.

St Patrick’s Day Celebrations

With a fantastic new programme of events around the stadium on match night, including free entertainment around the ground and on the pitch before kick off, it’s the perfect way to kick start your weekend and enjoy your Friday night at Emerald Headingley following the incredible £45m re-development.

We’re celebrating St Patrick’s Day with a whole host of Irish themed entertainment on match day. Enjoy Irish dancing on the Emerald Headingley pitch, an Irish flag parade, live performances from the City of Leeds Pipe Band, Irish stilt walkers roaming around the ground plus much more free entertainment to enjoy around the ground from gates opening right through till after the final whistle.

Guinness Giveaways

Continuing the Irish theme, we’ll be dishing out free giveaways with Guinness purchases! Buy 2 pints of Guinness (or a 2 pint pot) and receive a free item of official Guinness merchandise whilst stocks last. Plus after the game we’ll be offering a discount up to £1 on all draught products in the South Stand concourse bars, so stick around after the final whistle and continue your Friday night celebrations with us.

Plus you can enjoy your Guinness in our new reusable cups! The one-pint cups are available on all bars at Emerald Headingley Stadium (with the exception of the Long Bar) for a £1 deposit. When you’ve finished drinking, you can either take the Rhinos cup home as a souvenir or return it to a cup refund point in exchange for your deposit.

Visit The Kids Zone

Located underneath the Long Bar, the Kids Zone is the perfect place to entertain young Rhinos fans in a safe environment upon arrival at Emerald Headingley Stadium. Young Rhinos fans can look forward to a whole host of free activities and entertainment in the Kids Zone at every home game. This Friday, kids can enjoy face painting, balloon twisting, a DJ and disco, a visit from Ronnie the Rhino, skills and drills from qualified Leeds Rhinos Foundation staff including the inflatable passing skill zone! Find the new Kids Zone in the cricket nets in the cricket East Stand; the entrance is located near the St Michael’s Lane turnstiles.

Accessories From £1

Visit the Club shop on Friday and get up to 75% off Leeds Rhinos Sale merchandise with accessories from ONLY £1! Don’t miss out and get them before they’re gone! Pick up a bargain on Friday night or buy online at store.leedsrugby.com.

Plus, visit the South Stand pop-up shop or Club Shop on Friday and get a 2019 Official Player Calendar absolutely FREE when you spend £20 or more, while stocks last. Open before, during and after the match!

Introducing Leeds Rhinos Women 2019 Squad

To celebrate the upcoming Women’s Super League season, we’ll be joined by the 2019 Leeds Rhinos Women’s Squad on Friday. Please give the team a warm welcome as we interview players on the Emerald Headingley pitch at half time. Leeds Rhinos Women kick off their campaign with a home fixture at Sports Park Weetwood against Wakefield Trinity Ladies on Sunday 7th April, kick off 1pm.

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

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Leeds Rhinos 16 London Broncos 18

Matt Parcell

A last minute try from Will Lovell saw London Broncos secure a historic win at Emerald Headingley after the Rhinos has led 18-6 with less than five minutes to play.

Leeds Rhinos returned to Emerald Headingley low on confidence after two tough defeats at the hands of Wakefield and Hull FC and desperate to hand London Broncos their biggest scalp on their return to the top flight.

The Rhinos enjoyed the better of the early exchanges with Trent Merrin and Brett Ferres combining to set up a position for Konrad Hurrell to attack the line but the centre could not get his offload back inside to Ash Handley near the line.

Nate Peteru then went close for the home side as he bust through a tackle and then galloped 15 metres up field before he was finally stopped by a desperate ankle tackle. Leeds though could not make the most of the subsequent penalty and London began to grow into the game after that.

Twice Danny Ward’s side nearly went over from dummy half only for the Rhinos to deny them on the line and then Myler had to come up with a try saver on Luke Yates as he got his body under the ball as the forward looked certain to score.

London did open the scoring with a penalty from Kieran Dixon after 27 minutes and then scored the games opening try four minutes later. A cross field kick was allowed to bounce and looked to be heading out of play until quick thinking from the visitors saw it batted back into the in goal and Jay Pitts was on hand to score against his former club. Dixon added the conversion to give his side an 8-0 lead which they held until half time.

The Rhinos unsurprisingly came out fired up after half time but lost Adam Cuthbertson to a leg injury in the first set of the half. However, the home side soon crossed for their opening try when Richie Myler bravely ran at the defence and drove for the line before stretching out to score. Tui Lolohea added the conversion to cut the Broncos lead to 8-6 after 44 minutes.

Leeds thought they had gone in front after 51 minutes when Jack Walker raced through to touch down but referee Chris Kendall pulled play back for an obstruction.

However, it was just a temporary delay for the home side as Trent Merrin crossed for his first try for the club. The score was created by Tom Briscoe who caught a cross field kick before getting the ball back in field. Merrin still had plenty to do but he stepped back inside the defence before powering for the line. Lolohea added the conversion to make it 12-8 just before the hour mark.

The Rhinos had their tails up now and Briscoe then marked his 300thcareer appearance  as he showed great strength in the corner to hold off two would be tacklers to get over. Lolohea narrowly missed the touchline conversion but his side looked in control at 16-8 in front.

However, London knew a try could put the Rhinos back on edge and they crossed after 76 minutes through Fozard, when he chased his own kick near the line to touch it down. Dixon missed the conversion attempt but the game was back in the balance.

Leeds needed to hold out but when Elliot Kear broke clear they were on the back foot and the cross field kick was knocked down into the path of Will Lovell who picked up and spun round to put the ball down to level the game. With less than 90 seconds remaining in the game, Dixon kicked the conversion to give his side an 18-16 lead.

The Rhinos desperately tried to get a late winner but to no avail and they slumped to six defeats from the opening seven games of the season.