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Leeds Rhinos

2017 Super League Champions

2000s

2004 Team

The 2000s can be described as a ‘golden era’ for the Rhinos but also came with it’s share of heartache. There was plenty of upheaval and turbulence in this decade but it was ultimately a time of great success for the club.

2004

2004

No Leeds Rhinos fan will ever forget the 2004 season when dreams became reality and grown men wept as the Championship finally came home after a 32 year absence. In terms of the squad, little changed between 2003 and 2004 with only Papua New Guinean Marcus Bai added to the..Read More

2003

2003

After the disappointment of the previous campaign, there was little pressure on the Rhinos at the start of Super League VIII however it was the start of a new era, a golden one that began with heartache in what was ultimately to be Daryl Powell’s last in charge of the..Read More

2002

2002

Daryl Powell’s second season, and his first full season in charge of the club, began with much change to the playing personnel and ended with even more as the club took immediate action to change the course of the side. The arrival of Wayne McDonald from St Helens, Adrian Vowles..Read More

2001

2001

If 2000 has been a turbulent year for Leeds Rhinos, the following year was a one of unfulfilled hope and bitter disappointment as Leeds lost eleven league games, missed out in the Cup semi final and were humiliated in the opening round of the play offs at Knowsley Road. It..Read More

2000

2000

The new Millennium did not usher in a new dawn for Leeds Rhinos fans in the year 2000, instead they kicked off the new Dean Lance era with their worst start to a season in living memory with five straight defeats before a mid-season rally offered hope that was ultimately..Read More