• Wakefield Trinity
  • 26 - 24

  • Leeds Rhinos
  • Wakefield Trinity
  • HT 12 - 12
  • Leeds Rhinos
22nd April 2019 | KO 15:00 | Mobile Rocket Stadium | Betfred Super League

Tickets and travel on sale for Easter Monday trip to Wakefield

Mobile Rocket Stadium, Wakefield

Tickets and travel for Wakefield Trinity v Leeds Rhinos are now on sale. Tickets can be purchased either by coming down to the Leeds Rugby Ticket Office at the Emerald Headingley Stadium, over the phone on 0371 423 1315 or online at tickets.therhinos.co.uk.

Match Information in brief

Fixture: Wakefield Trinity v Leeds Rhinos
Date: Monday 22nd April 2019 (Easter Monday)
Kick Off: 3pm
Gates Open: 1pm
Venue: Wakefield Trinity, The Mobile Rocket Stadium, Belle Vue, Doncaster Road, Wakefield, WF1 5EY
Website: wakefieldtrinity.com
Contact Number: 01924 211611

Ticket Prices:

Advance Price

West Stand

Standing along one side

Match Day Price

West Stand

Standing along one side

Senior Citizens*£16£19
Junior Season Member voucher***FREEUnavailable

*Seniors Citizens are aged 65 years old and over

**All juniors are aged 16 and under.

***Junior Season Ticket holders are free for standing area tickets but must exchange an away voucher from their booklet, this can only be done in person and not online or over the phone. These must be swapped before travelling to the Wakefield as Wakefield will not be accepted on match day

Disability Tickets: Both ambulant disabled and wheelchair tickets are available to purchase through Leeds Rhinos and are priced based on age; helper tickets are also available if required and upon production of valid ID.

Seating Upgrades: Supporters can buy seated tickets by contacting Wakefield or on the day by upgrading their standing ticket on the day for £2

Ticket Availability: Match tickets will be available from Leeds Rhinos until 3pm, on Saturday 20th April (subject to availability). Wakefield would like to advise Leeds Rhinos fans to purchase in advance and all ticket prices increase by £3. Junior Away Vouchers will not be accepted on matchday.

Car Parking: There is no car parking at the stadium; car Parking is on street only. Wakefield advise to park on Sugar Lane, WF1 5LA

Disabled Car Parking: For disabled car parking, please contact Wakefield Trinity’s Ticket Office on 01924 211611. These are very limited so please book early.

Official Coach Travel

Leeds Rhinos Official Travel will depart from Car Park F at Emerald Headingley Stadium at 12.30pm.

Fans can also choose to be picked up en-route from the Old Yorkshire Evening Post Clock Tower near the 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: £10 per person*

Leeds Rhinos 2019 Season Membership Away Travel Voucher: This voucher is valid for one away coach travel place for an away league match (terms and conditions apply – see voucher for further information). The voucher was issued as part of the 2019 Season Membership pack. NEW FOR 2019 this voucher can now be used online, over the phone or in person by using / quoting the promotional code found on the front of the voucher. Please note the away travel voucher promotional code must be exchanged at least 24 hours prior to travelling (subject to availability – terms and conditions apply). If a season member is claiming the travel for more than one season member, they must do individual transactions as only one voucher / promotional code is valid per transaction.


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Leeds Rhinos lost out 26-24 at Wakefield Trinity at the Mobile Rocket Stadium with two second half tries from Matt Parcell after first half efforts from Liam Sutcliffe and Brett Ferres in vain on a warm afternoon.

The opening ten minutes were a fairly tight affair with both teams looking to get into their stride for the second game of the Easter weekend.

Wakefield had an early shout for a score when Ben Jones-Bishop chased through for Max Jowitt’s kick but was unable to ground the ball before it went out of play.

However, they did cross for the game’s opening try and it came from the Rhinos best attacking set. Ash Handley had skipped his way through a number of attempted tackles to get Trinity back peddling but when the pass to Briscoe was spilled, Mason Caton-Brown was quickest to react. He picked up before offloading in the tackle to Lee Kershaw, who won the race to the line for a debut try. Ryan Hampshire added the conversion to give his side a 6-0 lead after 12 minutes.

The Rhinos lost Wellington Albert to a concussion injury soon after the try but continued to try and find a way through the strong Wakefield defence. However, they were hit on the counter attack again when England international Reece Lyne intercepted Richie Myler’s pass 15m from his own line and raced the full length of the field to score his side’s second try. Hampshire was on target again to make it 12-0 after 21 minutes.

Leeds needed to find a response and they did four minutes later when Liam Sutcliffe showed great strength to get hold of Myler’s chip kick and then wrestle the ball free of the defender before diving over for the score. He converted his own try to half the home side’s lead.

Sutcliffe then created the possession for the equalising score. He and debutant Owen Trout earned their side a repeat set with a good kick chase and then Sutcliffe ran at the Wakefield defence to take his side close to the line. On the last tackle, Trent Merrin got the ball away and Brett Ferres had the simple job of touching down. Sutcliffe added the conversion to level the game at half time.

Wakefield managed to take the lead again with two quick penalties from Hampshire right in front of the posts.

Leeds looked to create chances but Trinity were well marshalled in defence and they extended their lead after 56 minutes when Lyne put Jones-Bishop in space and he evaded two attempted tackles to touch down out wide. The conversion attempt was missed but Wakefield now led 20-12.

Things got even better for Chris Chester’s side when they crossed for a fourth try. Hampshire got through a gap in midfield before Trinity kept the ball alive and Max Jowitt went over for the try. Hampshire made no mistake this time with the kick and his side held a 26-12 advantage.

The Rhinos did get a glimmer of hope with nine minutes to go when Matt Parcell supported the break by Sutcliffe to go over between the posts. Sutcliffe’s conversion cut the gap to 26-18.

Leeds had opportunities to set up a tense finish, most notably when Lolohea’s pass to Briscoe went into touch.

The visitors did cross for a fourth try when Parcell went over as the hooter sounded, converted by Sutcliffe but it was too late for the Rhinos who slipped to a 26-24 loss.

Team Performance







Player Performance

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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