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U21's Return to Headingley
Posted by southstander on May 11 2005 - 07:21:27

Back in?
by Matthew Horton

Leeds Rhinos Senior Academy begin their home campaign in the First Division when Huddersfield are the visitors to Headingley on Thursday night.

It will be case of showing maximum bouncebackability for the Rhinos after the disappointing performance and result at the Willows last week

We preview the game here.

Due to time constraints this preview is actually being written a lot earlier then normal, hence my chance to gauge who will and will not be playing is rather restricted. Leeds though are waiting on fitness tests on some players, Carl Ablett will definitely be one of these after he spent time on the bench last week after coming off with what looked like and knee injury. Francis Cummins may return after missing last weeks game with a calf strain.

Its a question now of which Rhinos team will turn up, so impressive at Featherstone the week before and then so disappointing last week. Stuart Wilkinson will be doing his utmost to ensure that there will not be a repeat of the performance last week.

Predicted squad Gordon, Cummins, Gibson, Morton, Williams, Gardner, Murrell, Gallagher, Burgess, Stenchion, J I'Anson, Golden., Buttery, Ablett, Tansey, Haley, Townend, C I'Anson, Hart, Walsh.

Huddersfield only missed out on the Championship on points difference after winning two grading games agaisnt Castleford and Featherstone away, they then fell the heavy defeats against Hull (10-64) and Bradford (12-70). Its been a mixed bag of results so far. Victories against Doncaster and Dewsbury have been countered by a defeat at Widnes and a draw at Keighley. The danger man for the Giants could be Tom Hemingway and Bolu Fagborun could make a quick return after his try scoring appearance in the First Team the other Friday night.

The game is one of only two that will be staged at Headingley this season and kicks off at 8.00pm, (Please note the new kick off time for this season) entry is free. After the match the Man of the Match will be presented with his award in the Supporters Club. If your in the area, call in. Your support is appreciated. The match report will appear on the site sometime on Friday.



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