“Serious leg injury” forces Leeds Rhinos’ Women’s Super League game with York to be abandoned

Leeds Rhinos three-quarter, Sophie Robinson. PIC: Steve Riding
Leeds Rhinos three-quarter, Sophie Robinson. PIC: Steve Riding
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An injury to Leeds Rhinos player Sophie Robinson led to Sunday’s Women’s Super League game against York City Knights at Weetwood being abandoned.

Robinson, a centre or winger, suffered what Rhinos described as a “serious leg injury” scoring a try which gave Rhinos a 30-0 lead at the start of the second half.

The 22-year-old joined Rhinos from the Stanningley amateur club last year and was a member of the Leeds team which beat Castleford Tigers in last week’s Challenge Cup final.

The club confirmed Robinson was taken to hospital where she was said to be “doing well” on Sunday evening.