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3rd June 2022 | KO 20:00 | Halliwell Jones | Betfred Super League

Warrington Wolves Away Ticket Information

The Rhinos return to action in the Betfred Super League against Warrington Wolves at the Halliwell Jones Stadium on Friday 3rd June.

BUYING TICKETS

Online: Tickets and travel (subject to availability) will be available online via tickets.therhinos.co.uk until 10am on Thursday 2nd June.

Over the phone: 0371 423 1315 (Current opening hours can be found here – www.therhinos.co.uk/headingley-stadium/opening-hours/)  – please note we are closed from Thursday 2nd June until 10.30am on Monday 6th June.

In person: Leeds Rhinos Club Shop at Headingley Stadium will be selling tickets during opening hours. After 2pm on Friday 3rd June, tickets for the Warrington Away Game will only be available directly from Warrington Wolves on match night.

TRAVEL

Travel to Warrington is still available through the club, however due to cricket taking place at Headingley, the coaches will depart from The Bartercard Kirkstall Training Academy. Please note there is no parking available.

Collecting Tickets

Tickets can be collected from Leeds Rhinos Club Shop during opening hours until 2pm on Friday 3rd June. All uncollected tickets will be taken to Warrington Wolves to be collected from their Ticket Office and will be available approximately 1 hour before kick off.

Information regarding COVID restrictions at the stadiumThere are no COVID-19 restrictions at Halliwell Jones Stadium at this time however, Leeds Rhinos and Warrington Wolves would like to remind all spectators they are responsible for ensuring that themselves and everyone in their party who maybe experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms, DO NOT travel to Halliwell Jones on match day.
What are the match day ticket prices and which areas of the ground are available to purchase / preferable area for Leeds Rhinos Fans to purchase?Matchday prices increase by £2 across every ticket type and in every area, it is highly likely that cash turnstiles will be available within the West Stand. Junior Season Ticket holders must redeem their discounted ticket from Leeds Rhinos, this option will not be available from Warrington.
Where can fans buy tickets on match day?Cash turnstiles are available for the West Stand Standing Terrace or to purchase seats please go to the Ticket Office.
Where is the collection point for fans to collect tickets?The collection window is located next to our official club store, Tesco side of the stadium
What time do the turnstiles open and which turnstiles would Leeds Rhinos Fans be best to use?Turnstiles will open 90 mins before Kick Off and turnstile entry details should be printed on the tickets and is dependant for which area has been purchased
How much are your match day programmes and where can these be purchased from?Programmes are not available to purchase on the night but can be viewed online at warringtonwolves.com
What parking (if any) is available for cars at the stadium and is there a cost? (please state if need to pre-book and how OR whether it is only available on the day)No official parking is available, Tesco site currently has a parking eye system in place so fans are advised to not park here as they may get fined. Unofficial car parks are available around the stadium, nearest being Warrington Central Train Station (located on Winwick Street), This is a pay and display car park but has ample parking available.
Where is the coach parking and is there a cost?Coaches can drop off at the back of the West Stand and should enter this area from Winwick Road, down Owen Street and onto Dallam Lane (where supporters will leave the coach). Official coaches will then be directed to park offsite at the local Matalan store (2 minutes up the road)
What food is available to purchase at the stadium and where are the food concessions?There are various concessions selling pies, hotdogs, etc and snacks.
What bars are open for Leeds Rhinos Fans to purchase drinks from?Food and beverages can be purchased from the kiosks within their designated areas
What half time entertainment is happening on matchday?Wire tryer competition, performance from the Wirettes and a special appearance from Whizzy Rascal!
Any other information that would be good to promote to Leeds Rhinos fans ahead of the match?All travelling fans are advised to check on the latest team and match news via their clubs web sites.   Leeds Rhinos – www.therhinos.co.uk      Warrington Wolves – www.warringtonwolves.com

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Warrington Wolves 4 Leeds Rhinos 40

SL.Rd14. Wolves v Rhinos. Fri3rdJune2022. © MATTHEW MERRICK PHOTOGRAPHY

Leeds Rhinos hit top gear in round 14 of the Betfred Super League as Rohan Smith’s side produced a resounding 40-4 win over Warrington Wolves at the Halliwell Jones.

The Rhinos welcomed back Matt Prior and Liam Sutcliffe to the matchday squad while James Bentley was replaced by Bodene Thompson in the second rows. After a brilliant second home debut, Zak Hardaker retained his place at full back while former Wolves players Blake Austin and Richie Myler played their second game together in the halves for Leeds in 2022.

The home side started the game on top as two identical breaks from Connor Wrench and Daryl Clark opened Leeds’ edge defence up but fortunately both plays broke down. The Rhinos followed it up with a break of their own, courtesy of Kruise Leeming and Cam Smith, and as Leeming spotted no defenders on the wing, a clever kick by the Leeds captain was perfectly weighted for David Fusitu’a to open the scoring.

Following a forward pass to Hardaker as Leeds were trying to come out of their own half, Warrington’s Peter Mata’utia thought he had levelled the score with his short range effort, but on further inspection from the video referee the try was disallowed. George Williams was also held up shortly after but finally the Wolves scored their first try of the game; Matty Ashton finishing off a slick passing move in the corner to make the score 4-4 on 22 minutes.

Unfazed, Leeds hit the front again with a eye catching score. As Leeming passed to Myler out of dummy half, the half back anticipated the Warrington defender rushing up and he produced a quick pass inside for Hardaker to break free. He then unselfishly gave the ball to Leeming to double the visitors’ lead.

The tries kept coming for Smith’s men as they added two more to take the half time score to 20-4. Hardaker turned from try assister to try scorer as the full back broke out of two tackles on the run to ground the ball for his first try since returning to the club.

Three minutes later, substitute James Donaldson, who had come on for the injured Morgan Gannon, added his name to the list of try scorers. On the fifth tackle, a clever kick by Austin was pushed back by Handley into the arms of Sutcliffe, who did well to keep his feet and offload away to put Donaldson over in the corner for another superb try. Martin was unfortunate to miss the conversion as Leeds took a 16 point lead into the break.

 

The Rhinos came out in the second half as deadly as they had in the first and emphatically sealed the win.

Six minutes into the new half, a high tackle on Matt Prior by Clark saw Leeds call for the kicking tee and Martin wasn’t going to miss this time as he converted the penalty goal to extend Leeds’ lead.

Warrington were trying to stem the bleeding but errors coming away from their own try line were frustrating for their home supporters. One of those was an incorrect play of the ball from Rob Mulhern should have seen Leeds capitalise through Thompson. Although the referee Jack Smith looked as if he was going to give the try, he handed it up to the video referee who spotted that Thompson had produced a double movement to get the ball over the line. Try scorer Ashton also looked to spark some life into the Wolves’ attack but his pass for Matt Davis was poor under pressure from Hardaker.

Heading into the final quarter, the floodgates finally broke for the Rhinos as they got the try scoring back underway. Warrington looked to have come up trumps as Williams looked to have intercepted Myler’s pass but the half back just couldn’t keep hold of the ball. From the subsequent scrum, a clever short side play saw Handley canter in for an easy try.

Thompson then finally got his try off the back of a short break by Brad Dwyer, who had been introduced from the bench. Gareth Widdop made the all important tackle to bring the hooker down but Thompson had other plans as the second rower went straight out of dummy half to touch down.

Inside the final ten minutes, both of the Rhinos’ wingers added their second tries of the game to secure the league points. Leeds did well to keep the ball alive and a great pass from Hardaker to Leeming saw the man of the match fire a long pass out wide for Fustiu’a. Stepping in off his right foot, he caught three Warrington players napping to get the ball over the whitewash.

It was Handley that put the final dagger in the Wolves as the party started among the Leeds supporters. Ashton made more inroads down the edge for Powell’s side but as Williams looked for the long pass to Wrench, Handley was there to pick his pockets and run the remaining 90 metres and score under the posts. Martin added the conversion to wrap up the scoring; the Rhinos securing an emphatic 40-4 result.