Saturday, October 25, 2014
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Leeds Rhinos

Off the field interview: Rob Burrow

Rob-Burrow

The Leeds legend on club sandwiches, Coors Light and Carl Ablett… This article originally appeared in the latest edition of Rugby League World magazine. Click here to download the digital version to your computer, smartphone or tablet What would your last meal on Earth be? I’d have club sandwich with a curly fries upgrade from Trio, a restaurant in Headingley. ... Read More »

Is Zak Hardaker set for another lengthy ban?

Zak-Hardaker

The RFL have confirmed to League Express that they are investigating an alleged incident that took place in last Friday’s Leeds Rhinos v St Helens match – with several media outlets reporting it to be involving an alleged use of homophobic language from Leeds’ Zak Hardaker. BBC Look North are reporting that it is Hardaker who is under investigation, and ... Read More »

Vote now: Did Kevin Sinfield make the right decision?

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Yesterday evening, Leeds Rhinos captainKevin Sinfield called time on a 13-year international career. The 33-year-old said: “I would like to thank Steve, not only for choosing me to captain England, but also for the support and guidance he has given me over the last few years. I would like to thank my family who have always supported me throughout my ... Read More »

Video interview: Kevin Sinfield on England retirement

Kevin-Sinfield

In this video, provided by Super League TV, Leeds Rhinos captain Kevin Sinfield explains his reasons for calling time on a 13-year international career. What do you think about this story? Discuss this and much more on or free fans’ forum. For more Rugby League news and features, subscribe to League Express newspaper and Rugby League World magazine. You can ... Read More »

Kevin Sinfield retires from international RL

Kevin Sinfield in action for England at the RLWC2013. ©RLphotos

Leeds Rhinos and England captain Kevin Sinfield MBE has announced his retirement from international Rugby League with immediate effect. The Oldham-born international has been capped 26 times for England dating back to his debut in 2000. He received a further 14 caps for Great Britain during that period.  Sinfield has appeared in the last three World Cups and has scored ... Read More »

Super League: Moon and Farrell charged by RFL

Joel Moon

Two players have been charged with disciplinary offences committed in Round 25 of First Utility Super League. Joel Moon of Leeds Rhinos has been charged with making a Grade C shoulder charge on St Helens player Mark Percival in the 22nd minute of a match played on Friday August 29. Liam Farrell of Wigan Warriors has been charged with making ... Read More »

Saints have one hand on League Leaders’ Shield

St Helens took a giant step towards winning the League Leaders’ Shield tonight at Headingley, coming from 12-2 down to beat Leeds Rhinos 12-13, after the Rhinos had to play for 60 minutes with 12 men following the dismissal of centre Joel Moon for a shoulder charge to the head of his opposite number Mark Percival. Percival was carried off ... Read More »

Leeds Rhinos winger toasted at Lance Todd ceremony

Ryan Hall Lance Todd

Ryan Hall joined an elite band of players to lift Rugby League’s most coveted man of the match award on Wednesday evening when he was presented with the Lance Todd Trophy. The Leeds Rhinos winger secured the award with an outstanding two-try display in his club’s 23-10 victory over Castleford Tigers at Wembley Stadium last Saturday and received the Lance ... Read More »

Super League: The race for top spot

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After the excitement surrounding Leeds Rhinos’ Challenge Cup success, the action in Super League returns tonight, with a whopping six teams still in the hunt for top spot. St Helens have been the race leaders for the bulk of the season, and they hold a three point lead over arch-rivals Wigan Warriors – as well as a four point cushion ... Read More »

Shenton: Cup final heartache will galvanise Tigers

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Castleford captain Michael Shenton believes his side’s heart-breaking Challenge Cup final loss to Leeds will bring the Tigers closer together and give them a better chance of winning silverware in the future. The Rhinos ran out 23-10 winners at Wembley on Saturday in front of over 75,000 fans. “I think winning could have benefitted us more, but just to be ... Read More »