Competition - win Leeds Rhinos' new commemorative home jersey
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The first rugby game at the stadium was on September 20, 1890, when Leeds beat Manningham, who later switched codes to become Bradford City AFC.
The blue and amber commemorative jersey, which revives the Leeds Rugby League crest and includes a white collar, will be worn in a match when Betfred Super League resumes after Covid-19.
It features the names of all 1,456 men who have played for the club since the Northern Union began in 1895. The front of the shirt includes the Leeds Building Society logo along with those of associate partners Global and Berrys and official kit suppliers ISC. The sleeves have the branding of club partners Southerns along with the Betfred Super League logo. Three more partners are on the back, with Quest joined by LSS Waste Management and Napa.
The shirt is available in adult sizes XS to seven-XL and women’s sizes eight-18 at £46.99. Junior shirts are available in sizes age six-to 16, priced £36.99. Toddlers shirts are also on sale at £36.99, but do not include the names of the heritage players.
The shirt is now in stock and available via leedsrhinosshop.com, but for your chance to win one, simply answer the following question: Who did Rhinos beat at Headingley in their last game before Super League was suspended?
Email your answer to [email protected] (entering Rhinos shirt comp as the email subject). Please include full contact details - and required shirt size. Entries close at 10am on Friday and the winner will be the first correct entry chosen at random after the deadline.
JPIMedia Limited are the publishers of the YEP. Normal JPIMedia competition rules apply, for more information go to: www.jpimedia.co.uk/competition.
The competition is open to residents of the UK, Channel Islands, Isle of Man and Republic of Ireland aged 16 years or over.
Submission of an entry will be taken to mean acceptance of these terms and conditions.
All entries must be received by the advertised closing time and date.
Late entries will not be accepted. No responsibility can be accepted for lost entries and proof of transmission will not be accepted as proof of receipt.
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