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Young Rhinos to get Revenge Over Reds?
Posted by southstander on August 11 2005 - 07:59:09

Running the Show
by Matthew Horton

The Rhinos Under-21's are back in action tonight as they entertain the Salford City Reds at Scatchered Lane, the home of Morley RFC.

The Rhinos will be looking to avenge the 36-31 defeat at the Willows in May, currently the only time the Rhinos colours have been lowered all season.

We preview the game here.

After a week off on the back of the impressive victory in the friendly against Halifax there are a number of changes the Rhinos line up. Scott Murrell is still missing from the side after picking up a knee injury against Castleford but Luke Burgess returns after his knock against Widnes. Lee Smith is still with the First Team and Carl Ablett is also missing. Francis Cummins drops back and will start in the centre while Chris Buttery moves into the 13 jumper. Jordan Tansey and John Gallagher will line up in the halves. Jason Hart drops back to the second row to accommodate Burgess at the expense of the departed Dave Tootill. Four Under 18's are on the bench, including the impressive Michael Haley.

The team is 1. Iain Gordon; 2. Danny Williams, 3. Francis Cummins, 4. Ashley Gibson, 5. Matt Gardner; 6. Jordan Tansey, 7. John Gallagher; 8. Luke Burgess, 9. Jamie I'Anson, 10. Luke Stenchion, 11. Jason Hart, 12. Jason Golden, 14. Chris Buttery; 14. James Endersby, 15. Ayden Faal, 16, Michael Haley, 17. Steve Brook.

Salford make their second trip to Leeds this season, the 66-4 belting in the grading phase offset by the victory at the Willows in May. For the visitors they will be directed from dummy half by the dangerous John Clough, Darren Bamford has First Grade experience and Tim Hartley scored possibly the best try seen at Headingley all season in the SL encounter a few weeks back. Its not going to be an easy task for the Rhinos as Scott Naylor is bound to have his team fired up.

The game is again at Scatchered Lane in Morley and kicks off at 7.30pm. Entry to the game is free and the bar is open throughout the game and a selection of snacks are also available.



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