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U21's Face Dews in Curtain Raiser
Posted by southstander on July 01 2005 - 06:31:48

Back in Action
by Matthew Horton

After the friendly game against the Wildcats last week its back to league action as the Rhinos Under-21's take on the Dewsbury Rams in the curtain raiser to the big game.

This fixture has been switced from Tetley's Stadium and for some of the Dewsbury players it will be the biggest crowd they will have ever played in front of.

We preview the game here.

Ashley Gibson and Jamie I' Anson return after GB academy game v France. Danny Williams picked up a shoulder injury in that game and Franny Cummins gets the nod as Lee Smith is promoted to First grade. Nick Scruton also returns from First Grade and Jason Golden makes a comeback after an illness. Danny Ireland is promoted from the Under 18's but Mike Ratu, Michael Haley and James Endersby go in the opposite direction as they have an important game on Sunday at Castleford.

The Rhinos line up is 1. Jordan Tansey; 2. Franny Cummins, 3. Chris Buttery, 4.Ashley Gibson, 5. Matt Gardner; 6. Scott Murrell, 7. Iain Gordon; 8. Nick Scruton, 9. Matt Diskin, 10. Luke Stenchion, 11. Jason Hart, 12. Dave Tootill, 13. Carl Ablett; 14. Danny Ireland, 15. Jamie I' Anson, 16. Luke Burgess, 17. Jason Golden.

The teams met in April at the third attempt, the weather being the winner the first two times, and the Rhinos were convincing 68-6 winners. But Dewsbury were a brave side that night, stand off Morley being the pick of the players that night. Its going to be a huge ask for them in front of what is likely to be a large Headingley audience. I can't see the score being too different from last time, but then again sometimes the underdog does have its day.

A match report will appear on the site over the weekend.

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