Leeds Launches Heritage Shirt Collection

The Royal British Legion has a new sponsorship from Leeds Rhinos.

In support for the organization the rugby club has launched shirts that are part of a limited edition. The shirts of the Leeds Rhinos club would be part of a new limited edition.

The look is new as compared to the existing logo or branded club t shirts and other accessories. The funds are being raised for a reason as well. It would be hundred years since the time the legion fought in the Battle of Somme. The funds are being raised in order to commemorate players who had served in the First World War, having been part of the legion.

Leeds Rhinos Get A TV Show

Leeds Rhinos fans will be delighted to know that the group will get their TV show soon. The team will have their show aired this weekend.

The broadcast of Leeds Rhino TV will come by on Freeview Channel 7, Virgin Media 159 and Sky 117. The series will start off new but if it gains success, it will be shown through autumn and then into winter. It would also be expanded to include other Super League clubs in the coming year.

Leeds Captain Privileged For The Time He Spent Playing For The Team

As most teams face the coming and going of different players, so does Leeds Rhinos this year.

Kevin Sinfield is known to be a legend of the team. This season will see the end of his active rugby playing career. During his playing career he has scored a total of 117 points and appeared for a total of sixteen times for Yorkshire Carnegie. Aged thirty five years of age, he switched codes when he joined the union side from the league side. This happened in November last year. He led the Rhinos in the treble win.

Leicester Tigers ready to splash the cash

Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the Leicester Tigers are planning a huge splash in the transfer market this summer as they look for a ‘gold dust’ signing either at centre or full back. Richard Cockerill, the club’s Director of Rugby has said that he has been speaking with Aaron Mauger, the club’s head coach next season every other day as the pair plans the improvement that the squad needs.

Brian McDermott Not Completely Happy With His Team’s Performance

The 44 years old Brian McDermott who is the coach of the Leeds Rhinos, has said that he was not completely happy with the performance his team had put up in the match against Huddersfield Giants which took place on Friday, 27th February at Headingly Carnegie stadium which is in Leeds.

The 29 years old Rugby player Paul Aiton’s try helped his team secure the spectacular victory. The final score stood at Leeds Rhinos, 28 and Huddersfield Giants, 24.