They’re Leeds’ two young stars who have been exposed to the first team following a severe run of injuries at the Rhinos this season – and both Ash Handley and Ashton Golding insist they can see light at the end
Rob Burrow is no stranger to Leeds v Castleford games that come with plenty of high stakes. Throughout his career he has played in some huge ones – including the 2014 Challenge Cup final, which the Rhinos won to end
Leeds Rhinos coach Brian McDermott has hinted at a role for former captain Kevin Sinfield at the club when he retires from professional sport. Sinfield confirmed last week that he would call time on his playing career following the end
Leeds Rhinos coach Brian McDermott says his side are still aiming for a top four finish in Super League this season after insisting that, numerically, it is still doable. The Rhinos’ season took another turn for the worse on Friday
Leeds Rhinos’ faltering season hit a new low as their defence of the Challenge Cup ended early following defeat to Huddersfield. A 36-22 reverse was an eighth consecutive loss on the road this year, with this defeat effectively ending any hopes
Leeds Rhinos’ young halfback Jordan Lilley is receiving plenty of praise for his recent performances, even in defeat. But Lilley, 19, admits that he would prefer to be winning points rather than individual praise from the critics and Leeds supporters.
For Leeds Rhinos, 2015 was a season filled with joy and unprecedented success as they swept aside all before them to win the treble. The first leg of that treble was of course the Challenge Cup, when the Rhinos thumped
Adam Cuthbertson believes the Challenge Cup hands Leeds Rhinos the perfect opportunity to regroup following a turbulent start to the season. Leeds’ defence of the Challenge Cup begins on Friday as they take on Huddersfield, who condemned the Rhinos to
Leeds Rhinos chief executive Gary Hetherington believes that the “intensity” of Super League in 2016 is playing a major role in the increasing number of injuries throughout the competition. Hetherington’s Rhinos are one of several clubs who have been without
Leeds Rhinos chief executive Gary Hetherington is hoping that his club will be back in its Kirkstall training facility within the next month, and he says its loss has had a much bigger impact than anyone thought it would have.