On the eve of the 2011 Gillette Four Nations kicking off this weekend, departing Leeds Rhinos star and former Australian skipper Danny Buderus has given his backing to the new generation of English players.
A ground breaking partnership between Leeds based law firm Irwin Mitchell and the Leeds Rugby Foundation has helped 200 young rugby players develop a series of life skills that will help their development on the rugby field and in the work place.
Leeds Rhinos Chief Executive Gary Hetherington has welcomed the NRL's announcement that the 2012 World Club Challenge will be once again be staged in England and ruled out any chance of it going to Dubai as proposed by the Manly Chairman Scott Penn.
Ronnie the Rhino toured the South West to the University of Exeter and the University of Gloucestershire to help their rugby league sides recruit. Ronnie spent a day at Gloucester and a day at Exeter meeting various different people.
Two more Leeds Rhinos players have been called up for international duty with James Duckworth and new signing Luke Briscoe added to the England Academy squad for the Test against Australia in December.
Following a number of stories in the media surrounding Leeds Rhinos and Keith Senior in the build up to the Engage Super League Grand Final, Leeds Rhinos Chief Executive, Gary Hetherington has moved to clarify the current situation with the former Great Britain International.
Engage Super League Champion Jamie Jones-Buchanan is not putting his feet up after helping Leeds Rhinos to the title, this Saturday, 15th October, he will be taking part in a 130 mile charity bike ride from Morecombe to Bridlington.
Super League official Phil Bentham has been named as the referee for the 2011 Engage Super League Grand Final between St Helens and Leeds Rhinos at Old Trafford, Manchester, on Saturday, October 8 (6.00pm).
England coach Steve McNamara, along with the Super League trophy, will be in London on Thursday promoting this Saturday's Engage Super League Grand Final, when St Helens take on Leeds Rhinos at Old Trafford.
Year Seven pupils from Corpus Christi Catholic College enjoyed the experience of a lifetime this week when they got the chance to play on pitch at Headingley Carnegie Stadium with stars of the Leeds Rhinos team.
Leeds Rhinos have announced that 24-year-old forward Kyle Amor has joined local rivals Wakefield Trinity Wildcats on a three year contract however in a unique arrangement, Leeds have retained an option to re-sign the prop after one year.