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Leeds Rhinos unveil special yellow Tour de France tribute jersey

LOOKING GOOD: Leeds Rhinos skipper Kevin Sinfield, left and Jamie Peacock, in the yellow jersey which will also help raise funds for Marie Curie. PIC: James Hardisty

LOOKING GOOD: Leeds Rhinos skipper Kevin Sinfield, left and Jamie Peacock, in the yellow jersey which will also help raise funds for Marie Curie. PIC: James Hardisty

LEEDS RHINOS have unveiled a one-off yellow kit to be worn in the home clash with French outfit Catalan Dragons six days before the Tour de France begins in Leeds.

The kit features the logo of Marie Curie Cancer Care and a percentage from sales of limited-edition replica shirts will go to the charity.

Rhinos captain Kevin Sinfield said: “I like it. Wearing a new kit is exciting for us as players and more importantly we will be playing a small part in raising awareness for Marie Curie and the important work the charity does.”

Catalans will wear a kit featuring red polka dots, similar to the jersey sported by the Tour de France’s King of the Mountains for the First Utilities Super League game at Headingley Carnegie on June 29.

 

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