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Rhinos Year In Review - July
Posted by southstander on January 02 2006 - 09:54:47

Announces Retirement
In our review of the 2005 season, we've made it to July. The Rhinos were still riding high in Superleague, and cruising in the Challenge Cup.

It still looked as though it was going to be a sensational season for the Rhinos.

Read what happened in July here.


The Under 21's beat Dewsbury 66-4 in a Headingley curtain a packed house sees the Rhinos defeat Bradford 36-26 but the Rhinos lose skipper Kevin Sinfield for a possible 5 weeks with a dislocated thumb.....

The Under 21's make 12 changes but come out on top in their top of the table clash against Widnes 42-22 at Morley RFC.....The Rhinos crash to a 32-24 defeat to the London Broncos at the Stade Aime Giral in Perpignan, throwing away a 24-8 lead at one stage.....

Barrie McDermott announces his playing retirement and ambition to join the coaching staff at Headingley.....Rhinos bounce back from French farce to defeat Salford 54-14 at Headingley, Mark Calderwood leading the charge with a hat-trick but Tim Hartley from the City Reds scores the try of the match.....

Late show from Under 21's sees them defeat Castleford 38-10 at Morley RFC .....Iestyn Harris court case ruling revealed.....Rhinos turn on the style to defeat an improved Warrington side 46-22 at the Halliwell Jones Stadium. Marcus Bai's length of the field effort sealing the game for the Rhinos...... tips Rhinos for minor premiership with six rounds to go.....The Rhinos overcome a poor first half display to qualify for the final of the Powergen Challenge Cup with a 56-18 win over Toulouse Olympique at the Galpharm Stadium.

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