Hello and welcome to our live coverage from Headingley as Leeds Rhinos host St Helens in round 13 of the Super League. The two most decorated clubs in the Super League find themselves in uncharted territory, both occupying spots in the bottom half of the table at the mid-stage.
Both teams are level on points, although St Helens have played a game less, but both sides will be looking to strengthen their position with a win here. The two teams put up some memorable competition last time out, with the Rhinos controversially prevailing after Blake Austin’s goal with 14 seconds to go. If tonight is anything like that, we’re in for a good night.
As always, we’ll keep you up to date on everything that happens.
almost ready to go
The teams are in the tunnel, it won’t be long.
Congratulations to Richie Myler and Tommy Makinson tonight, who make their 300th appearance tonight.
Jon Wilkin on Harry Newman
The biggest question I have is more about his attitude, his behavior, how competitive is he, does he need to compete as hard as he does?
Nene Macdonald has her say
Another night at the centers for the PNG international.
The Rhinos ready for a big night at Headingley.
Defeat of the Rhinos in the Women’s Super League. Despite a rally, they have been beaten by St Helens.
He’s finally in.
TWO CHANGES MADE
Leeds get one back
A classic score by Amy Hardcastle sets the Rhinos back a bit. 12-28 now. There is still no news from the men’s team.
St Helens’ Last Try
They’re rolling through the Rhinos right now.
another attempt at saints
Shona Hoyle with a second try. Santos 28-6 to good with the kick to come.
No team news yet
It should be out by now, so that’s a bit strange. Leah Burke just added to the Rhinos’ deficit in the Women’s Super League game.
Rhinos tough made by
Sophie Robinson has a test canceled by a push in the preparation that was very hard. Right at the other end, Shona Hoyle scores. Big moment. 6-18 now.
14-6 for the Saints now after a penalty goal. 8 minutes for the break.
Women’s match underway. Leeds currently trailed 6-12 to St Helens after Emily Rudge’s try.