Competition: Win a copy of the 2017 Super League season and Grand Final review DVD

Leeds Rhinos' Danny McGuire, Rob Burrow and head coach Brian McDermott celebrate with the Super League trophy.
Leeds Rhinos' Danny McGuire, Rob Burrow and head coach Brian McDermott celebrate with the Super League trophy.
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THE 2017 Betfred Super League season review and Grand Final DVD is out now and the Yorkshire Evening Post has five copies to give away in our special competition.

The two-disc set features the whole of Leeds Rhinos’ Old Trafford triumph against Castleford Tigers, plus highlights of the league season and Super-8s, including the Qualifiers, million pound game and two sensational play-off semi-finals.

Castleford captain Michael Shenton lifts the League Leaders' Shield.

Castleford captain Michael Shenton lifts the League Leaders' Shield.

With all the key moments from Castleford’s charge to the league leaders’ shield, terrific tries from all 12 teams and some sublime skills from the superstars of Super League this is a comprehensive chronicle of another historic season.

To stand a chance of winning a copy of the 2017 Betfred Super League season review and Grand Final DVD simply answer the following question: Who scored the opening try in Leeds Rhinos’ 24-6 Grand Final win over Castleford Tigers?

Email your answer to yepsportcompetitions@ypn.co.uk (entering Super League DVD comp as the email subject), or on the back of a postcard to Super League DVD comp, Sports Desk, Yorkshire Evening Post, No 1 Leeds, 26 Whitehall Road, Leeds, LS12 1BE.

Please include your name, address and a daytime telephone number.

The closing date for entries is 10am on Monday.

The winners will be the first five correct entries drawn at random after the closing date.

Normal YEP competition rules and regulations apply, a copy of which is available from our promotions and publicity department.

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