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Young Rhinos to Slay the Dragons?
Posted by southstander on June 07 2005 - 22:51:12

Golden Return
by Matthew Horton

After a resounding victory last week the Rhinos Under-21's return to action tonight as they make the trip into South Yorkshire to take on the Doncaster Dragons at Thornensians RFC.

The game kicks off at 7.30pm and admission is £2.

We preview the game here.

Despite rumours of a possible appearance from Matt Diskin, which have been proved unfounded, the Rhinos welcome back captain Jason Golden and Carl Ablett after they missed last weeks victory over Featherstone through illness and injury respectively. Scott Murrell moves back to stand off to accommodate Ablett, Iain Gordon drops to the bench. Golden returns to the second row in place of Chris Buttery who has to make do with a place on the bench the week as Matt Gardner gets the reward for his performance last week retaining his centre spot. Danny Ireland gets his chance on the bench this week as Steve Brooke is spared from doubling up for both Academy sides.

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

The Dragons come into this game on the back of successive victories against Keighley Cougars (29-26) and Dewsbury Rams (38-26). After not taking part in the grading phase they did lose their opening 5 games of the season at Huddersfield (6-42) and Castleford (20-48) before defeats at home to Featherstone (10-36), Dewsbury (26-38) and Widnes (8-56).

My money again is on a big Rhinos win.

Directions to the ground from Headingley can be found here.

A match report will be on site on Thursday morning.



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