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2nd July 2022 | KO 15:00 | MKM Stadium | Betfred Super League

Hull FC (A) Ticket Information

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Leeds Rhinos travel The MKM Stadium to Hull FC in Round 17 of the Betfred Super League on Saturday 2nd July 2022, kick off 3pm.

Tickets and travel for Leeds Rhinos away game against Hull FC will be available to purchase from 10am, online
at tickets.therhinos.co.uk and from 10:30am over the phone on 0371 423 1315 on Monday 30th May 2022.

Ticket Prices

Advance Prices
North Stand
(Unreserved seating behind the posts)
Adult£28
Senior Citizens (60+)£22
Concession (17-21)£22
Full Time Student£22
Junior£12
Junior Season Memberships£5
Under-5sFREE
CompanionFREE

Matchday Prices
There is no increase in prices on match day.

Junior Season Members
Junior Season Members 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 disabled 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
Match day car parking is available at the stadium, priced at £5 per car. Payment is by cash on arrival at Walton
Street car park.

Disabled Car parking
For disabled car parking, please contact Jade Hilton by email, [email protected] . These are very limited
so please book early.

Official Coach Travel
Leeds Rhinos Official Travel will depart from Headingley Stadium at 12noon.

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 number of
bookings.

Ticket and Travel Availability
Match tickets and travel will be available to purchase from Leeds Rhinos until 3:30pm on Friday 1st July
(subject to availability). Hull FC would like to advise Leeds Rhinos fans to purchase their tickets in advance of
matchday.

Tickets purchased after 3pm on Tuesday 28th June will not be able to be posted out and will need to be
collected either from Leeds Rhinos Club Shop before 11am on Saturday 2nd July or from Hull FC on match day
(approx. 1 hour before kick off). 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 (excluding Bank
Holidays).
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 check opening hours before travelling to the
stadium as these hours may change.
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.
There is a £1.50 fulfilment fee with these options

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Hull FC 16 Leeds Rhinos 62

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Winger Ash Handley led the try scoring in a remarkable second half performance for Leeds Rhinos as Rohan Smith’s side produced a dominant 62-16 result against Hull FC at the MKM Stadium.

The Rhinos were almost full strength, with only Harry Newman and Zane Tetevano dropping out of last week’s side. Richie Myler moved to full back, seeing Zak Hardaker rotate back to centre, while Liam Sutcliffe was back in the side after a spell on the sidelines. Morgan Gannon and Cam Smith also returned on the bench alongside Sam Walters and Jarrod O’Connor. It was also a special afternoon for Mikolaj Oledzki as the forward celebrated his 100th Rhinos appearance.

It was the milestone man that opened the scoring after only six minutes. An under-strength Hull side couldn’t deal with the Rhinos’ side that came forward through inspired drives by David Fusitu’a, Kruise Leeming and Liam Sutcliffe. After Sutcliffe came close to scoring from an off the cuff play, Leeming found Oledzki with a great short pass and the prop powered through Ligi Sao to score under the posts.

Hull tried to counter with back to back sets in the Leeds half, but young half back Jacob Hookem was forced to knock on at a crucial moment. The error would prove fatal as after a penalty from the scrum, Leeds moved downfield before throwing the ball wide through Matt Prior and Aidan Sezer to Sutcliffe who set up Handley to walk in for his first try of the game. Martin converted to make the score 12-0 after 14 minutes.

Although they held the upper hand, the Rhinos let Hull back into the clash as the black and whites scored twice in as many minutes. First a floating ball over the top from Sezer was picked out of the air by Darnell McIntosh, who ran the length of the field despite Handley’s best efforts. Then, Connor Wynne got lucky as he rounded Fusitu’a before kicking back inside for the onrushing Danny Houghton to score under the posts. McIntosh converted the latter to bring the score to within two points.

With the game in the balance, the next try for either team would be crucial as half time loomed. A big hit on Sao by Blake Austin proved to be a turning point as the half back broke down Hull’s attack in their own half and from the subsequent scrum, a cleverly designed play saw Sezer, Myler and Sutcliffe combine to release Handley down the edge for his second try.

The pièce de résistance of the half though was captain Kruise Leeming’s spectacular try. With the wind in the Rhinos’ sails, a quick play by Donaldson allowed Leeming to jump out of dummy half and as he found Cam Smith, the substitute set Richie Myler away into the backfield with a quick inside pass. As Hull full back Jamie Shaul applied pressure on his opposite number, Myler unselfishly passed for Leeming who managed to make it to the try line, despite McIntosh and Wynne’s best efforts. Martin converted to send the visitors into the break with a 22-10 half time lead.

 

An intense ten minutes after the restart saw Hull FC command most of the possession and chances as the home side made the most of Leeds’ mistakes. Following a break by Brad Fash, Leeds were caught out by a diving run from Joe Lovodua and as the Hull man offloaded for Chris Satae, the power forward fended away from James Bentley and Hardaker to barge his way to the line.

From there on in, the game was all in favour of the Rhinos as they scored seven tries to close out the win. Good work from Matt Prior saw the prop catch the attention of the Hull defence and poor marker work allowed Leeming to sprint around them for a simple score under the sticks.

Having assisted Leeming’s try in the first half, Myler added his name to list of scorers too. Hull were caught offside in the middle of the field and a great series of off the cuff passes followed as Leeds pulled the black and whites’ defence across the field. Coming back to the left, full back Myler managed to burrow through a hole and touch down for another superb score. Martin’s conversion took the score to 32-16.

Two more tries followed from outside backs Sutcliffe and Fusitu’a. From the restart, the Rhinos went the length of the field, thanks largely to a break by Austin, before the returning centre Sutcliffe benefitted from a short side play to beat Fash to the try line. Then minutes later, a high kick by Austin allowed Fusitu’a to beat Wynne in the air and touch down to take Leeds closer to 50 points.

Hull couldn’t stop the Leeds momentum in attack and it was Handley who benefitted as the winger rounded off the result with three tries in ten minutes. Another clever kick over the top, this time from Myler, saw the winger beat McIntosh in a foot race to grab his hat trick try. Then a mistake by Sao allowed Handley beat Shaul one on one straight from a scrum to score in the corner.

The clock was about expire but willed by the Leeds fans to get the score to 60 points, Handley obliged their request  to become only the fourth Rhinos player to score five tries in a Super League match. A head high tackle on Sutcliffe wiped the tackle count for the visitors but it only took them a handful of plays before they were celebrating under the posts; Sezer and Myler combining again to send Handley over in a memorable performance for the number five. Martin also completed a good afternoon with the kicking tee as he slotted his sixth conversion of the day to make the final score 62-16.

Team Performance

Goals

2

9

Tries

3

11

Player Performance

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Richie Myler1000000
David Fusitu'a1000000
Zak Hardaker0000000
Liam Sutcliffe1000000
Ash Handley5000000
Blake Austin0000000
Aidan Sezer0000000
Mikolaj Oledzki1000000
Kruise Leeming2000000
Matt Prior0000000
James Bentley0000000
Rhyse Martin0900000
James Donaldson0000000
Interchanges
Sam Walters0000000
Morgan Gannon0000000
Jarrod O'Connor0000000
Cameron Smith0000000
PlayerTRGLDGYCRCI+I-
Jamie Shaul0000000
Darnell McIntosh1100000
Josh Griffin0100000
Cameron Scott0000000
Connor Wynne0000000
Jacob Hookem0000000
Joe Lovodua0000000
Kane Evans0000000
Danny Houghton1000000
Scott Taylor0000000
Jordan Lane0000000
Ligi Sao0000000
Jordan Johnstone0000000
Interchanges
Denive Balmforth0000000
Jack Brown0000000
Brad Fash0000000
Chris Satae1000000
Stats Key
  • TR: Tries
  • RD: Red Cards
  • GL: Goals
  • I+: Interchange On
  • DG: Drop Goals
  • I-: Interchange Off
  • YC: Yellow Cards