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U21's Visit the Jungle
Posted by southstander on May 26 2005 - 14:53:46

Back in U21's
by Matthew Horton

The Rhinos Senior Academy are back in action tonight as they make the short journey to the Jungle to take on local rivals Castleford Tigers.

The Rhinoswill look to continue the for that has seen them score nearly 150 points in their last two outings.

We preview the game here.

The Rhinos welcome back Yorkshire Academy players Danny Williams and Ashley Gibson, but Joe Walsh who turned out for the Red Rose is a notable absentee from the side. They replace Mike Ratu and Matt Gardner. Scott Murrell returns at Stand Off after his First Grade debut last weekend. Dave Tootill makes the run on side after his man of the match performance last weekend at the expense of Jason Hart, who misses the game through injury. Ian Gordon and Matt Gardner drop to the bench for Luke Gale and Dean Tonwend and Steve Brooke gets a spot on the bench for his first chance at this level.

The Rhinos lines up is 1. Jordan Tansey; 2. Danny Williams, 3. Chris Buttery, 4. Ashley Gibson, 5. Francis Cummins; 6. Scott Murrell, 7. John Gallagher; 8. Luke Burgess, 9. Jamie I'Anson, 10. Luke Stenchion, 11. Jason Golden, 12. Dave Tootill, 13. Carl Ablett; 14. Iain Gordon, 15. Matt Gardner, 16. Michael Haley, 17. Steve Brooke.

Its a local derby so Castleford a bound to be pumped up for this game. They were also in the Championship last season with the Rhinos but relegation has hit them hard with a number of last years team now playing regular first grade. They currently lie 4th in the table after victories over Dewsbury (22-16), Salford (40-20), Doncaster (48-20) and Featherstone (37-24). Their only defeat coming at the hands of Widnes and a beating it was (80-0).

A match report will appear on the main site on Friday morning.

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