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Cougars Visit HQ to Play the U21s
Posted by southstander on June 15 2005 - 14:15:00

by Matthew Horton

The Rhinos Under-21's are back in action at Headingley on Thursday night as they entertain the Keighley Cougars in the Senior Academy First Division.

Kick off is at 8pm and entry is free.

We preview the game here.

Leeds look to continue from where they left off last week but they will have to do it without form centre Matt Garnder who has been struck down by an illness, he is replaced by Chris Buttery. Jamie I'Anson drops to the bench as Leeds give a go to a trialist hooker. Danny Ireland drops from the bench to accomodate I'Anson. Francis Cummins and Lee Smith switch positions and Iain Gordon gets the nod ahead of Jordan Tansey. John Gallagher is still absent with a broken hand but Nick Scruton returns after his recent shoulder problems with Luke Burgess going to the bench after playing at both Academy levels last week.

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

The sides met in the opening game of the league campaign on a filthy night at Cougar Park when the Rhinos run out comfortable 44-5 winners. The Cougars lost 60-14 to Widnes last time out and have only 3 competition points to show for their efforts this season, a 26-26 draw against Huddersfield before a 44-22 victory agaisnt Featherstone. Two further big defeats against Salford (10-62)and Widnes (10-80) offset by a narrow 26-29 reverse to Doncaster. Lewis Taylor could line up against his former colleagues in the front row.

If you are in the Headingley area tomorrow night then get down and cheer the lads on. After the game, join us in the Supporters Club as the Man of the Match will be presented with the watch. If you wish to have your say in who gets the watch then contact me.



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