Win special signed Rhinos shirt

WINNING TEAM: Leeds Building Society chief executive officer Peter Hill with Super League trophy, Rhinos new team captain Kallum Watkins and chief executive Gary Hetherington.
WINNING TEAM: Leeds Building Society chief executive officer Peter Hill with Super League trophy, Rhinos new team captain Kallum Watkins and chief executive Gary Hetherington.
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You could have backed Leeds Rhinos to make a strong start to remain top of the pack at recent season kick-off.

In fact you could have put your shirt on it. Now your YEP can still put a special shirt on your back to mark Betfred Super League champions’ winning campaign launch.
Our lucky winner will receive the coveted signed jersey at a players’ presentation, courtesy of Leeds Building Society, who confirmed record-breaking sponsorship with the city’s rugby league stars.
To be in with a chance of this priceless prize, send before tomorrow's midnight deadline “Rhinos promo” headed email to yep.newsdesk@ypn.co.uk answering “When does current sponsor deal continue until?”
The recently confirmed partnership sees the company continue as main supporter until 2020 season close, making shirt sponsorship agreement longest in Super League history.
The campaign is twelfth with the society as principal sponsor and Rhinos’ record for longest ever shirt backer.
Leeds Building Society chief executive officer Peter Hill said: “I’m delighted we’re continuing our record-breaking partnership which keeps us exactly where we want to be – at the heart of strong communities in Leeds.
“We are both successful organisations who play major roles in the city and share many values.
“This is a winning partnership for us. Leeds Rhinos have enjoyed a highly successful period with Leeds Building Society proudly displayed on front of their shirts.”
Rhinos chief executive Gary Hetherington added: “We are proud of our association with Leeds Building Society– a perfect fit for both parties.
“2018 is a huge year for us with two massive games at Elland Road and a historic first trip to Australia to try and win our fourth World title against Melbourne.
“It is an exciting time for the Rhinos and all our partners as we see the redevelopment of our home at Emerald Headingley come to fruition.
“We are all looking forward to a bright future together.”

Terms and conditions: Johnston Press are the publishers of the Yorkshire Evening Post. Normal Johnston Press competition rules apply, for more information go to: www.johnstonpress.co.uk/competition.
The closing date for entries is midnight Friday February 9. The competition is open to residents of the UK, Channel Islands, Isle of Man and Republic of Ireland aged 16 years or over.
It is a condition of entry that all rules are accepted as final and that the competitor agrees to abide by these rules.
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.
The winner will be notified on Monday February 12. All prizes are non-transferable and there are no cash alternatives.

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