Leeds coach Brian McDermott has paid tribute to retiring prop Kylie Leuluai for risking his life to help the club achieve the treble. The 37-year-old New Zealander revealed after Saturday’s 22-20 Grand Final win over Wigan that he had been
Leeds Rhinos proved that fairty tales do come true when they beat Wigan 22-20 in the Super League Grand Final at Old Trafford to become the first team to win the treble since St Helens in 2006. And it was
Wigan Warriors and Leeds Rhinos contested the very first Super League Grand Final in 1998, with Wigan coming out on top 10-4 in a thrilling match. Here is the match report that appeared in League Express 17 years ago. A
2015 Steve Prescott Man of Steel winner Zak Hardaker has revealed that he didn’t even expect to be named as the winner of this year’s award – saying he thought the other candidates on the shortlist had a better chance.
Leeds Rhinos forward Kylie Leuluai has insisted regardless of what happens on Saturday night, his final season as a player has been one to remember. Leeds stand within one win of creating history and winning the first ever treble in
Leeds Rhinos prop Jamie Peacock has admitted that if they win the Grand Final and subsequently the treble tomorrow, it would have to rank as the best squad he’s played with. Peacock won the treble previously in his career with
Leeds Rhinos coach Brian McDermott has hinted that Jordan Lilley could be in their match day 17 for the Grand Final – but again could not get a runout, meaning Leeds could only use 16 players in the Grand Final.
For this week’s special Throwback Thursday, we’re perhaps inevitably going back to the first ever Super League Grand Final – and the last time Leeds and Wigan met in a major final ahead of this Saturday’s end-of-season spectacular. Much like
Wigan Warriors coach Shaun Wane says it would mean “everything” to secure a second Grand Final win in three years – and avoid the heartbreak of another loss at Old Trafford for the second year in a row. After beating
Wigan and Leeds will not only be playing for Super League glory at Old Trafford this Saturday – they’ll be playing with a unique and perhaps unknown sporting record on the line. The Warriors and Leeds will meet for only