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  • Leeds Rhinos
23rd June 2022 | KO 20:00 | Totally Wicked Stadium | Betfred Super League

St Helens (A) Ticket Information

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Tickets and travel for Leeds Rhinos away game at St Helens on Thursday 23rd June at the Totally Wicked Stadium are available to purchase now, online at tickets.therhinos.co.uk and over the phone on 0371 423 1315.

The game will see a historic double header with both teams women’s and mens teams going head to head on one night of televised Super League action with Sky Sports showing their first live regular season Betfred Womens Super League in a repeat of the epic Challenge Cup Final at Elland Road recently, both games are included in one ticket for this match.

Match Information in brief

Fixture: St Helens v Leeds Rhinos (Betfred Super League Round 16)

Kick off: 8pm

Double Header Fixture – St Helens Women v Leeds Rhinos Women taking place before the main game.

Kick off: 5:30pm

Date: Thursday 23rd June 2022

Gates open: TBC

Venue: The Totally Wicked Stadium (Langtree Park), McManus Drive, St. Helens, WA9 3AL

Website: www.saintsrlfc.com/

Contact Number: 01744 455 052

Ticket Prices

Advance Prices
East Stand
(Standing behind posts)
Advance Prices
North Stand
(Unreserved seating alongside)
Adult£23£25.50
Senior Citizens (65+)£16£19
Young Adult (19-21)£16£19
Youth (17-18)£13£15.50
Junior£1010
Junior Season Members£5£7.50
CompanionFREEFREE

*Unavailable online

Matchday Prices

All ticket prices increase by £2 on matchday.

Junior Season Members

Junior Season Members aged 12 to 16 can purchase their own ticket for just £5 standing, £7.50 seated! 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 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.

To book wheelchair disabled ticket please contact St Helens on 01744 455052.

Parking

There is no car parking at the stadium. Car Parking is available in the Town Centre. The two car parks are Tontine Car Park, Chalon Way Car Park, WA10 1BF and The Old Tesco Car Park, Park Link Way, WA10 1BF.

Disabled Car parking

For disabled car parking, please contact St. Helens Ticket Office on 01744 455052. These are very limited so please book early.

Official Coach Travel

Leeds Rhinos Official Travel will depart from Kirkstall Training Ground at 5pm due to an International Cricket fixture being held at Headingley Stadium. There will be no parking available for travellers and we advise that you do not park in Morrisons Car Park.

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

We may explore the option of running an earlier travel for the St Helens fixture if we have a large enough demand for this, if a fan would like to enquire, please ask them to email [email protected].

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

Ticket and Travel Availability

Match tickets and travel will be available to purchase from Leeds Rhinos until 2pm on Thursday 23rd June (subject to availability). St Helens would like to advise Leeds Rhinos fans to purchase their tickets in advance of matchday.

Tickets purchased after 3pm on Monday 20th June will not be able to be posted out and will need to be collected either from Leeds Rhinos before 2pm on Thursday 23rd June or from St. Helens Ticket Office on match day. 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 Wakefield Trinity (Friday 20th May)

In person at Leeds Rhinos Club Shop: Away tickets will be available from Leeds Rhinos Club Shop at Headingley Stadium, Monday to Saturday 10am to 4pm. Please be aware that this will begin from Monday 23rd May.

How Fans Can Receive Their Tickets

Due to tickets for away fixtures being physical tickets that we receive from the away club we do not have the ability to send tickets via email. But we do offer the following options if fans have not ordered in person:-

Post: Tickets sent out in the 1st class post within 1 working day of being ordered. Last day for postage for this fixture is Monday 20th June.

Collection: Tickets will be fulfilled and will be available from Leeds Rhinos Ticket Office / Club Shop to collect within 1 working day of being ordered.

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St Helens 42 Leeds Rhinos 12

Leeds Rhinos were left to rue a calamitous final quarter at the home of Champions St Helens who were ruthless in the final twenty minutes to secure a 42-12 win over Rohan Smith’s men.

With 24 minutes to go, the game was in the balance with the Rhinos trailing 20-12 following a try from Bodene Thompson but Saints ran in four further tries whilst Leeds had Thomson and James Bentley sin binned either side of Zane Tetevano being sent off for the second time in two seasons at Saints.

Konrad Hurrell and Alex Walmsley had put Saints 12-0 up but Leeds did not go into their shell and committed to playing expansive rugby.

They went close with a long range break when Rhyse Martin was tackled five metres short however Harry Newman did bring the Rhinos fans to their feet with a blistering break having picked up an offload from David Fusitu’a.

It was a great contest at this stage and Leeds could have levelled the score when replacement Sam Walters was fastest to react to a low kick by Kruise Leeming. Initially he appeared to get the ball down beside the post but referee Tom Grant referred the decision to the video referee Liam Moore and the score was ruled out.

To rub salt into the wound, with the half drawing to a close, Saints went the full length of the field and crossed for a third try. Once again referee Grant sought assistance but perhaps crucially this time his on field decision was a try. After multiple replays of the same footage, which appeared to show movement from the ball before Grace got the ball down, the video referee agreed with the on field call and awarded the try. Makinson was unable to add the conversion and Saints led 16-6 at the break.

The home side further increased their lead just after the break and there was an element of good fortune once again. The intended pass to Hurrell went to ground but the centre reacted quickly to pick up the loose ball and powered his way over for his second try of the game after 43 minutes.  Once again the conversion attempt was missed.

Ten minutes later the Rhinos hit back when Blake Austin’s cross field kick was batted down and the second rower made the extra man to take the pass and go over. Rhyse Martin added the conversion from the touchline to cut the host lead to 20-12 and there was hope that Leeds could set up a grandstand finish.

However, those hopes were soon dashed when Zak Hardaker lost the ball in contact coming away from his own line. The full back appealed that the ball had been ripped out with two men in the tackle but play was waved on and Agnatius Paasi went over for Saints between the posts. Makinson added the conversion.

Leeds’ task was made even harder soon after when Saints pressure brought an error from Thompson as he was caught off balance by a sidestep and was sin binned for a trip.

Saints put their foot on the accelerator to make the most of their numerical advantage and quickly crossed for two more tries Joe Batchelor and Dan Norman, both converted by Makinson.

The nightmare finish for the Rhinos continued when they finished the game with 11 men. Zane Tetevano was sent off for a challenge on former Rhino Konrad Hurrell when the centre cut in field and chipped over the top of the defence only to be felled by Tetevano.

Minutes later, a miserable return to Saints for James Bentley was completed when he was shown the yellow card having knocked the ball out the hands of a Saints player as they looked to take a quick tap penalty.

Saints finished with a late try through Walmsley and were good value for their victory.