Leeds Rhinos Team
The Leeds Rhinos (aka 'Leeds Rhinos') are a based Rugby League team.
Leeds Rhinos have revealed their new look home kit for the 2014 season with new signing England international Tom Briscoe donning the famous blue and amber kit for the first time since his close season move from rivals Hull FC.
Rugby League and sporting fans alike flocked to Headingley on Friday night to see World Champions New Zealand see off the challenge of Papua New Guinea and book their Quarter Final return to Headingley next Friday.
Headingley Carnegie is set to host a record breaking crowd for a World Cup game when World Champions New Zealand take on Papua New Guinea this Friday, kick off 8pm with over 16,500 tickets already sold for the game.
England's off-field Rugby League World Cup dramas showed little sign of abating after their attempt to cover up the latest breach of discipline blew up in the face of coach Steve McNamara.
Leeds Rhinos Chief Executive Gary Hetherington has issued the following statement on Zak Hardaker.
Bradford Bulls Chief Executive Robbie Hunter-Paul believes that Rugby League fans across West Yorkshire should head to Headingley Carnegie on Friday night to see the World Champions New Zealand take on Papua New Guinea.
Leeds Rhinos have announced that they have signed Papua New Guinea hooker Paul Aiton, 28, from Super League rivals Wakefield Wildcats for an undisclosed fee.
Headingley Carnegie Stadium is set for another major global event this Friday when World Champions New Zealand take on Papua New Guinea in the Rugby League World Cup but Leeds Rugby Chief Executive Gary Hetherington has warned that without investment hopes of attracting such fixtures in the future could be in jeopardy.
England coach Steve McNamara is determined to draw a line under the Zak Hardaker affair but Leeds boss Brian McDermott has expressed his concern over his player's withdrawal from the World Cup squad.
Leeds centre or full-back Zak Hardaker has pulled out of England's World Cup squad for personal reasons.
Leeds Rhinos are expecting a bumper crowd for this Friday's crunch Rugby League World Cup clash between World Champions New Zealand and Papua New Guinea with the Kiwi's superstar Sonny Bill Williams proving to be a major attraction for sporting fans across the region.
Leeds Rhinos have announced that they have agreed to hooker Paul McShane's request to be transfer listed by the club.
Leeds Rhinos have agreed a new three year contract with 20-year-old forward Alex Foster that will keep him at Headingley Carnegie until at least the end of the 2016 Super League season.
Former England international Keith Senior believes Steve McNamara's side should kick start their World Cup campaign this Saturday when they take on Ireland at a sold out John Smith's Stadium in Huddersfield.
Leeds Rhinos are hoping a new partnership with Leeds-based business Global Autocare will drive them on to more glory next season.
Local businesses are being urged to support the next global sporting event when it arrives in Leeds next month.
Leeds Rhinos have secured 23-year-old centre Jimmy Keinhorst by agreeing a new three year deal with the German international that will keep him at Headingley until at least the end of the 2016 Super League season.
Leeds Rhinos have agreed to release prop Richard Moore, 31, from the remaining year of his contract to enable him to sign for another club for next season.
Leeds Rhinos legend Jamie Jones-Buchanan is looking to put his own personal World Cup heartbreak to one side to try and help his international team mates win the ultimate prize and he has called upon the Rhinos loyal supporters to play their part.
In four weeks time, Leeds will play host to the city's first RLWC2013 match at Headingley Carnegie Stadium.
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