Leeds Rhinos: Sale supports children in hospital at Christmas

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UNIQUE SOUVENIRS of Leeds Rhinos’ 2017 Super League-winning season will go ‘on sale’ this weekend to help children in hospital at Christmas.

For the third successive year Rhinos star Adam Cuthbertson has arranged a sale of his and team-mates’ training and playing kit.

Money raised will be used to buy gifts which will be handed out by players and the Leeds Rhinos Foundation on their annual festive visit to the Leeds General Infirmary children’s wards on December 20.

The time for the sale of the special goody bags has changed to 11.30am because of the World Cup final.

Each bag includes at least four items of clothing. The bags will be sold on a first come, first served basis for a £50 cash donation.

Fans and some of the players will be watching the final beforehand in the Carnegie Cafe Bar, doors open 8am.

Also on sale will be giant, signed pictures of each of this year’s Grand Final squad, which were displayed above the player’s peg in the Old Trafford changing room.

The target for Saturday’s sale is to raise £1,500.

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