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14th June 2019 | KO 19:45 | Emerald Headingley | Betfred Super League

Leeds Rhinos v Wigan Warriors this Friday, kick off 7.45pm

Leeds Rhinos host Wigan Warriors at Emerald Headingley this Friday 14thJune in our next Betfred Super League home game, kick off 7.45pm. Turnstiles open at 5.30pm with fans invited to come down early for pre match entertainment ahead of the big game. Leeds v Wigan is always one of the most popular fixtures for fans and has produced some of the most memorable games in the summer era. Get behind the boys and take your place this Friday. Tickets are still available to purchase  – keep reading for all your match day information.

Try Out The New Seats

With modern seating, better legroom and uninterrupted views of the pitch, the North Stand holds some of the best seats in the house. There are still some great seats available to purchase for Friday’s game so this is the perfect chance to experience a match day in the new stand following the £45m re-development.

South Stand seats are also available for this game. If you haven’t tried the South Stand match day yet you can explore the brilliant facilities on offer including the giant video walls, entertainment podium and pre match analysis in the South Stand concourse.

Save £3 On Match Day Prices

Book your tickets now & secure your spot at the cheapest available price, saving £3 on match day prices. Advance tickets in any of the standing terraces are £12 juniors*, £16 concessions* and £24 adults. Seated tickets start from £20 juniors*, £25 concessions* and £32 adults.

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, call us on 0371 423 1315 or buy in person at the Ticket Office at Emerald Headingley Stadium.

Have a Look Around The Concourses

All fans are welcome to look around the North Stand and South Stand concourses on match day – even if you don’t have a valid ticket for that stand. Enter the concourses to enjoy pre match entertainment, refreshments and check out the amazing new facilities. Tickets will be checked on entry through the vomitories to the stands, so please note that there is no access to the seats (North or South Stand) or to the South Stand Terrace without a valid match ticket for that area.

Super Fast WiFi

Super-fast free WiFi is available for all fans on match day! Just join the ‘FREE-Public’ network to get started. Snap and share your match day on us!

£15 Off Home Shirts – Great Gifts For Dad!

Treat your super Dad to a super Leeds Rhinos gift this Father’s Day and save £15 on the 2019 Men’s Home Shirt for a limited period only! For all your Father’s Day gifts including leisurewear and accessories, shop instore on Friday or buy online at store.leedsrugby.com.

Season Members – remember to use your £5 retail voucher included with your 2019 Membership pack. If you’ve not used your voucher yet you’ve got until 1stJuly to redeem the offer and save a fiver on any full price merchandise in the Club Shop! You can find full terms and conditions printed on the voucher which you will have received with your membership pack.

Our Blue & Amber South Stand Bricks

Check out the first installation of the Our Blue & Amber wall at the South Stand with some fantastic fan memories & dedications now on display.

There’s still time to make your mark and buy a brick. If you’re still looking for the perfect gift to show your Dad he’s Number 1 this Father’s Day why not set it in stone and buy a heritage stone ahead of the next installation. Visit ourblueandamber.co.uk to get yours and find out more.

Entertainment Around The Ground

There will be match analysis in the South Stand concourse with Leeds Rhinos Women’s Captain Lois Forsell joining host Matt Horton this week. Catch them on the South Stand podium in the concourse pre match, half time and after the final whistle. Plus, stick around after the match and enjoy discounts of up to £1 off all draught products in the South Stand concourse bars.

As always, everyone’s favourite mascot, Ronnie the Rhino, will be entertaining fans around the ground. We’ll also be selecting the captain mascot for the next home game in Ronnie’s Raffle – look out for the video announcement on the big screen before kick off.

Enjoy live music around the ground from our buskers in the North Stand concourse, South Stand concourse, Long Bar and outside the Ticket Office and Club Shop before kick off. Plus, this week there will be a one-man-band roaming the ground!

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 including free face painting, balloon twisting, a visit from Ronnie the Rhino and skills and drills from qualified Leeds Rhinos Foundation staff including the inflatable passing skill zone! Find the Kids Zone in the cricket nets in the cricket East Stand; the entrance is located near the St Michael’s Lane turnstiles.

Blue & Amber Programme

Make sure you get your hands on this week’s Blue & Amber official match day programme – still just £3 and available from sellers around the ground including from this week the ISC Retail unit in the South Stand.

On Pitch Entertainment

Enjoy live music on the Emerald Headingley pitch from opera singer Laurence Robinson in the build up to the big game.

At half time, two contestants will go head to head in a hilarious on pitch challenge in the Selco Builders Warehouse Half Time Challenge – check out Matt Parcell’s attempt earlier this week here.

Please note that during the match day entertainment (pre, half time and post match) there may be occasional use of pyrotechnics, special effects and flash photography used.

Fancy A Pint?

Enjoy a pint on match day with our reusable cups. Available on all bars in the stadium (with the exception of the Long Bar), the cups are just £1 deposit and there are 3 heritage designs, featuring images of ex-players and club legends through the years, as well as classic Rhinos blue and amber designs. At the end of the night, keep your cup as a souvenir or return it to the bar to claim your deposit! Fans can also stick around after the match and enjoy discounts of up to £1 off all draught products in the South Stand concourse bars. All our bars accept cash, credit/debit card, contactless payment and apple/android pay.

Please note that the Long Bar is open for all fans pre match but is open exclusively for Gold Members at full time.

North Stand Access Information

If you have a Season Membership or valid match ticket in the North Stand, you can access the ground via the St Michael’s Lane Turnstiles (Gate B) or Kirkstall Lane Turnstiles (Gate G). Please note you cannot use the South Stand Turnstiles (Gate E).

To access the North Stand, you will enter the stand at ground floor level (at either end) and go underneath the stand which is the main access route in and out of the stand. There are two staircases in the centre and a lift at each end of the ground floor to access the first-floor concourse. Please note there is no longer access across the front of the North Stand.

All bars and toilets for supporters are situated on the first floor and you will access the seated area from this concourse – directional signage with a range of seat numbers will indicate which vomitory you should use. You will enter the seated area at row K. Stairs lead to all rows and the rows range from row A (front of the seated area) to row U (back of the seated area). Only supporters who have cards or match tickets for the seats on row A can use the walkway in front of the seats.

South Stand Access Information

If you have a Season Membership or valid match ticket in the South Stand, we recommend using either the South Stand Turnstiles (Gate E) or St Michael’s Lane Turnstiles (Gate B).

You can enter the stadium via the Kirkstall Lane Turnstiles (Gate G) however you will be required to walk round the stadium underneath the Cricket concourse to the St Michael’s Lane side of the stadium and round the back of the Extentia Stand to access the South Stand. Please note there is no access via the Western Terrace.

Further Turnstile & Access Information

Remember only South Stand Season Members and match ticket holders can use the South Stand turnstiles, whilst the St Michael’s Lane and Kirkstall Lane turnstiles allow access for all members cards and match tickets as well as cash turnstiles for entry to the Extentia Terrace and West Terrace.

If you need to collect your tickets on match day 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.

Can I Pay On The Day?

If you miss the advance ticket deadline 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.

If you’d like to purchase any available seating or standing tickets in the South Stand on game day you can do so from the Ticket Office on St Michael’s Lane (entrance is street side) right up until kick off (subject to availability).

Finally, if you are already in the ground and fancy upgrading your ticket to any available seating, you can do so at the Ticket Office transfer windows once you are inside the ground.

*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 14 Wigan Warriors 23

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Leeds Rhinos 14 Wigan Warriors 23

By Will Hopper

Leeds Rhinos fell to defeat to rivals Wigan Warriors in a thrilling, end-to-end Betfred Super League contest.

The Rhinos had the best chance of the two sides in the opening 10 minutes thanks to a line break from Richie Myler that saw him run almost 60 metres. Unfortunately for Leeds, a handling mistake just short of the try line cost them a chance to draw first blood.

We didn’t have to wait too long for the first big decision of the evening as the visitors thought they’d scored when they bundled the ball over the try line. However, a no-try ruling on the field was upheld by video referee Ben Thaler and kept the match scoreless.

Wigan began to slow the ball down by holding in the tackle as often as they could and eventually the Rhinos won themselves a penalty to give them great field position. A high tackle from Wigan captain Sean O’Loughlin on Brad Dwyer then proceeded to give the home side the perfect opportunity to take the lead. Liam Sutcliffe converted the penalty from in front of the posts to give Leeds the lead.

The Warriors responded by scoring the first try of the game through Oliver Gildart down the left wing and Chris Hankinson added the extras to make the score 6-2 to the visitors. Hankinson then converted back-to-back penalties to push their advantage out to 8 points.

The Rhinos vented their frustrations perfectly by winning consecutive penalties and marching down the field to score. A try from Adam Cuthbertson went upstairs and was quickly awarded by the video referee after seeing that he had managed ground the ball after powering his way over the try line.

A drop goal attempt on the halftime hooter from Wigan’s Sam Powell floated through the uprights and ended the half at 11-8 to the away side and set up a tense second half of action.

Leeds began to build pressure early in the second half, especially when Harry Newman had the opportunity to show off his dazzling footwork. The pressure was rewarded when Trent Merrin dove to score between the posts and regain the lead for The Rhinos. Tui Lolohea converted the try to make the score 14-11.

The try had certainly lifted the Emerald Headingley crowd and the men wearing Blue & Amber responded by forcing the visitors into a mistake deep in their own half. Brad Dwyer managed to wriggle over the try line but was eventually held up and the same fate awaited Harry Newman on the last tackle of the set.

An injury to Ash Handley halted Leeds’ momentum and Wigan stormed straight down the field to score through Oliver Partington. Hankinson continued his perfect performance from the kicking tee and added the extras to give The Warriors a three-point advantage.

The Rhinos almost responded immediately had it not been for some last ditch defending from the visitors to prevent Ava Seumanufagai from crossing the try line. A no-try decision from the video referee then prevented Trent Merrin from putting Leeds back in front with just five minutes remaining.

Unfortunately, a final Hail Mary attempt to win the match went horribly wrong as Tony Clubb picked up the loose ball and scored in the corner. Hankinson converted a tough kick and ended the match 14-23 to the visitors.

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Stats Key
  • TR: Tries
  • RD: Red Cards
  • GL: Goals
  • I+: Interchange On
  • DG: Drop Goals
  • I-: Interchange Off
  • YC: Yellow Cards