• Salford Red Devils
  • 26 - 12

  • Leeds Rhinos
  • Salford Red Devils
  • HT 8 - 10
  • Leeds Rhinos
18th March 2022 | KO 20:00 | AJ Bell Stadium | Betfred Super League

Salford Red Devils (A) Ticket Information

AJ Bell Stadium, home of Salford Red Devils

Match Information in brief

Fixture: Salford Red Devils v Leeds Rhinos (Betfred Super League Round 6)

Date: Friday 18th March 2022

Kick off: 8pm

Gates open: 6:30pm

Venue: Salford Red Devils, AJ Bell Stadium, 1 Stadium Way, Salford, M30 7EY

Website: www.salfordreddevils.net

Contact Number: 0161 786 1570

Ticket Prices

Advance Prices
Place2Be North Stand 
(Standing behind posts)
Adult£20
Senior Citizens (60+)£18
Disabled Concession£18
Under 21£17
Under 18£15
Under 11£7
Junior Season Members£5
Companion*FREE

*Unavailable online

Matchday Prices

All ticket prices increase by £1.50 on matchday.

Junior Season Members

Junior Season Members aged 12 to 16 can purchase their own ticket for just £5! This discount will automatically apply in the basket page of your order when the Junior Season Member is added to the basket. This is not available on the day of the game.

Disability Tickets

Both ambulant disabled and wheelchair accessible tickets are available to purchase direct from Leeds Rhinos and are priced based on age. Companion tickets are also available if required and upon production of valid ID.

Parking

Matchday parking is available on a first come first served basis. Car parking can be purchased in advance by visiting www.eticketing.co.uk/salfordreddevils.

Car parking

  • £8 per car

Disabled accessible parking is available by contacting 0161 786 1570 and option 1. If there is no answer you will be directed to a voicemail where you can leave a message and a member of staff from Salford will call you back.

Official Coach Travel

Leeds Rhinos Official Travel will depart from Car Park F at Headingley Stadium at 5pm.

Fans can also choose to be picked up en-route from the Old Yorkshire Evening Post Clock Tower near Leeds City Centre. The coach will pick up from the bus stop on the slip road between Wellington Street and Wellington Road (A58). Please ensure you are present at your departure point at least 10 minutes before the departure time stated on your travel ticket.

Please state where you would like to depart from when booking travel.

Coach Travel Price: £18 per person

Please be aware coach travel is subject to demand and may be cancelled should there be a low numbers of bookings.

Ticket and Travel Availability

Match tickets and travel will be available to purchase from Leeds Rhinos until 3pm on Friday 18th March (subject to availability). Salford would like to advise Leeds Rhinos fans to purchase their tickets in advance of matchday.

Tickets purchased after 3pm on Tuesday 15th March will not be able to be posted out and will need to be collected either from Leeds Rhinos before 3pm on Friday 18th March or from Salford Red Devils  Ticket Office on match night. Leeds Rhinos Customer Experience Team will contact those who have chosen to collect to discuss their options.

How To Buy

Tickets and travel can be purchased in the following ways:

Online: available at tickets.therhinos.co.uk 24/7.

Over the phone: by calling 0371 423 1315 between 10:30am and 3:30pm Monday to Friday.

In person at Leeds Rhinos Ticket Office: Away tickets will be available on matchday from Leeds Rhinos Ticket Office at the following home game:-

  • Leeds Rhinos v Hull FC (Thursday 10th March)

Please be aware we are currently not open during the week for in person sales.

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Salford Red Devils 26 Leeds Rhinos 12

SL.Rd6. Salford v Rhinos. Fri18thMar2022. © MATTHEW MERRICK PHOTOGRAPHY

Leeds Rhinos surrendered to a late flurry of tries from Salford Red Devils to lose out 26-12 having lead 12-8 with fifteen minutes to go.

The Rhinos were twice reduced to 12 men with Bodene Thompson and Zane Tetevano sin binned in each half.

The visitors had taken the lead after just eleven minutes when Mikolaj Oledzki was the quickest to react to a spilled ball by Salford, the prop stooped low to pick up the ball and dive over the line next to the post. Rhyse Martin added the conversion to give his side a 6-0 lead.

The home side thought they had struck back after 14 minutes when Joe Burgess slid over in the corner. The final decision went to video referee Liam Moore who spotted some excellent defence from Jack Walker. The Leeds full never gave up and raced across field to drag Burgess’ boot into touch as he dived for the line.

Salford did eventually level the score, this time on the opposite wing. After a spell of pressure on the Rhinos lin, Brodie Croft spotted space out wide and Ken Sio had a simple run in to score after gathering the low kick.

Possession then turned again back in favour of the Rhinos as Sezer kicked behind the Salford defence to earn his side a repeat set. The visitors made the pressure count as Sezer throw a cut out pass to put Handley in space and the winger went over in the corner. Martin was unable to add the conversion from the touchline but the Rhinos led 10-6 after 30 minutes.

Leeds’ discipline was questioned in the final stages of the half as they conceded a number of set restarts at the ruck which eventually resulted in Bodene Thompson being sin binned in the final minute of the half as referee Liam Moore lost patience with the Rhinos. Sneyd kicked the subsequent penalty to cut the Rhinos lead at half time to 10-8.

However, the Rhinos came out after the interval in determined mood and actually had the better of the chances whilst at a numerical disadvantage.

But Leeds were back down to 12 men after 54 minutes when Tetevano was shown yellow for a high tackle. Salford looked to take advantage this time but a brilliant cover tackle by James Bentley stopped a certain try but also forced an error.

Jack Broadbent, making his first appearance of the season, then came up with a great piece of defence too to drag Lafai into touch. Leeds made the most of the chance when soon after Oledzki was stripped of the ball illegally and Martin extended the Rhinos lead to 12-8 after 65 minutes.

However, the Red Devils eventually hit back with a long range move. A kick from Sezer was caught by Joe Burgess behind his own try line and he took a quick tap 20. Oledzki did well to get back and stop the winger near the touchline but Salford moved the ball across the field and Atkin touched down on the opposite flank to level the score. Sneyd’s conversion gave Salford the lead for the first time in the game with 12 minutes to go but they were not finished there.

Elijah Taylor extended the lead with another try before former Rhino King Vuniyayawa broke clear and put Ryan Brierley over for a try between the posts. Sneyd converted both tries to complete the victory.