Rhinos boss Brian McClennan has said he is pleased with the effort of his players this week in training as they undertood a fitness sessions and earned a weekend off plus he gives an update on the injury news ahead of next weeks trip to Perpignan.
Reserve Academy coach Willie Poching has said that his side must find consistency in their game after a good win over Hull FC at home plus he also suggested that Ben Jones-Bishop is pushing hard for first team selection.
It's the BIG ONE: Leeds Rhinos travel to the JJB Stadium to take on Wigan Warriors on Friday 24th July and tickets for this HUGE game are now available at the TINY price of just £10 for adults and £5 for juniors
The club shop at Headingley Carnegie Stadium will be closed all day on Thursday 21st May due to the one day international cricket game between England and West Indies which is being played at the Stadium on that day.
The RFL has announced an initial group of 17 players from nine different clubs who will form part of an England Elite Training Squad and benefit from access to world leading facilities, individualised player development plans and improved sports science throughout the season.
Brian McClennan has revealed that his squad have had an extra spring in their step this week after three days off last weekend as they prepare to take on Castleford at The Jungle this Friday, kick off 8pm.
Whilst the first team may not be in action this weekend, the Rhinos three academy teams are in action with the Reserve Academy and Gillette Academy taking on Bradford and the Foundation Academy at home against Hull KR in their second game on Sunday.
We have had a great response to our first edition of Terrace Talk with fans keen to let us know about David Sinclair's thoughts on a new Protégé Round in Super League when young players get the chance to show what they can do at the top level.
A Rhinos supporter called David Sinclair has contacted the website this week with a suggestion for how he thinks the Super League competiition could be improved, have a read of his idea and let us know what you think?
Former Australian captain Danny Buderus has backed the Kangaroos to bounce back from their defeat to New Zealand in the World Cup Final last year by beating the Kiwis this Friday in the Anzac Test in Brisbane.
A group of Rhinos fans, helped out by two legendary former players, had more than just the result over Catalans to celebrate up at Murrayfeld after finishing as runners up in the engage Magic Weekend Fans Tag Tournament.
Leeds Rhinos have offered their congratulations to their local MP, Greg Mulholland after he completed the first leg of his 126 mile challenge this weekend when he finished 165th in the Belfast Marathon.