Wanna Be a Record Breaker? Posted by southstander
on September 18 2006 - 15:50:39
Headingley Carnegie Stadium will play host to a world record attempt by supporters of the Leeds Rhinos on Tuesday night, 19th September.
Leeds Rugby Foundation, the charity that oversees all Leeds Rhinos community activity, in conjunction with engage mutual assurance, are looking to attempt to break the World Record for the most amount of people to participate in a passing and handling drill on the pitch at Headingley Carnegie Stadium during the Leeds Rhinos Supporters Open Evening on Tuesday.
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The club are appealing for anyone who can pass a standard size 5 rugby ball five metres to sign up to attempt to break the record. The Community team will be looking to recruit 300 people to take part in the challenge.
The record is currently held by Scottish Rugby Union supporters and was set at Murrayfield in Edinburgh.
As part of Leeds Rhinos 2007 Season Ticket launch for engage Super League XII, the free Open Evening runs between 5pm and 8pm. Fans can come along to meet the Leeds Rhinos squad and you can take photographs and fill up your autograph book! There will also be an opportunity for you to look around the new Carnegie Stand, visit the Ticket Office and Headingley Retail club shop which will all be open late for the occasion.
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