Your chance to win a Leeds Rhinos 2018 home shirt

Liam Sutcliffe launches Leeds Rhinos' new home kit for 2018. Picture: Leeds Rhinos.
Liam Sutcliffe launches Leeds Rhinos' new home kit for 2018. Picture: Leeds Rhinos.
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LEEDS RHINOS have launched their new-look home kit for 2018 and one lucky Yorkshire Evening Post reader could win their own replica shirt courtesy of Rhinos’ major club partners Leeds Building Society.

The traditional blue and amber shirt will give Rhinos a classic look as a new era begins at Emerald Headingley Stadium.

The kit marks 50 years since the famous Watersplash Final at Wembley when Leeds lifted the Challenge Cup with victory over Wakefield Trinity.

The shirt is on sale from the club shop at Emerald Headingley and online at store.leedsrugby.com

The shirt is available in adult sizes XS to 6XL and women’s sizes eight-18 at £46.99.

Junior shirts are available in sizes age six to 16 priced £36.99.

Replica shorts are available in junior and adults sizes from £22.99. Replica socks will also be available in adult and junior sizes from £9.99.

Toddler kits will be available, including shirt and shorts, in sizes 0-4 priced £36.99.

The shirt includes the club’s heritage logo, as worn on the Leeds kit in the 1968 Challenge Cup final, with a special 50th anniversary logo inside the collar. The front of the shirt features the Leeds Building Society logo along with the logos of associate partners Global and Berry’s along with official kit suppliers ISC.

The sleeves have the branding of Leeds Beckett University with three more partners on the back of the shirt with Quest joined by LSS Waste Management and FPS. The socks and shorts also feature the logo of SMUK.

To stand a chance of winning a replica shirt in a size of your choice, simply answer the following question: Who will wear the number four shirt for Leeds Rhinos next season?

Email your answer to yepsportcompetitions@ypn.co.uk (entering Rhinos kit comp as the email subject), or on the back of a postcard to Rhinos kit comp, Sports Desk, Yorkshire Evening Post, No 1 Leeds, 26 Whitehall Road, Leeds, LS12 1BE. Please include full contact details.

The closing date for entries is 10am on Monday and the first correct entry drawn after then will win.

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

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