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U21's Back After Three Week Break
Posted by southstander on April 28 2005 - 08:49:10

Back With U21's
by Matthew Horton

The Leeds Rhinos play their second game of the season tonight against Featherstone Rovers. After the double postponement of the Dewsbury fixture it will be some of the lads first game in three weeks since the comfortable opening round victory at Keighley.

The game is at the Lionheart Stadium and kicks off at 7.30pm.

We preview the match here....

The Rhinos make two changes to the line up from Cougar Park. Danny Williams comes in for Matt Gardner, who drops to the bench and John Gallagher starts at scrum half in place of Jordan Tansey who is left out of the 17. Francis Cummins continues his recovery from injury and Gareth Morton gets another chance now his commitments with Borders are complete. Ashley Gibson, Jamie I'Anson and Danny Williams all featured in the Under 18's victory at Hull KR last Friday night, as does Joe Walsh who gets a spot on the bench in place of Dave Tootill, now on loan at Oldham.

The Rhinos line up is: 1. Lee Smith; 2. Danny Williams, 3. Gareth Morton, 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. Chris Buttery, 13. Carl Ablett; 14. Iain Gordon, 15. Matt Gardner, 16. Jason Hart, 17. Joe Walsh

No offence to the opposition but Featherstone are probably one of the poorer sides in the Division. They had the worst record in the grading phase after defeats to Widnes (2-64), Wigan (0-44), Huddersfield (16-42) and Bradford (0-64) then started the league phase with defeat against Castleford (24-37) before gaining a confidence boosting victory at Doncaster (36-10) last week. Proof the Rhinos can ill afford to treat any opposition in this division with no respect this season.

The game is at the Lionheart Stadium and kicks off at 7.30pm If you are in the area get down and cheer the lads on, they do appreciate the support.

Bar Olympics tickets available from me pre and post game as well.....



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