Leeds Rhinos have 110 players at training as the underline the togetherness of their club

Leeds Rhinos had 110 players training at the club today.

The Rhinos have a strong squad going into 2023 after bringing in Nene MacDonald from Leigh Leopards, Sam Lison from the NRL, Derrell Olpherts from Castleford Tigers, Justin Sangare from Toulouse Olympique, James McDonnell from Wigan Warriors, Luke Hooley from Batley Bulldogs, Luis Roberts from Leigh Leopards, Toby Warren from York and Leon Ruan from Doncaster as Rohan Smith builds a young squad with huge potential.

But the Rhinos also have one of the most flourishing academies in the league, in fact their Golden Generation was built on this. Their academy alongside Wigan Warriors and St Helens is often seen as one of the leading academies.

Their under 18s side won their Grand Final thanks to heroics from Jack Sinfield.

Meanwhile, Leeds are developing a strong side in the under 16s and have the likes of Jamie Jones-Buchanan’s son and Matt Diskin’s lad in their scholarship side.

But what’s even better about the club is their growth into women’s rugby league, wheelchair rugby league and the PDRL with the Rhinos playing in all three Grand Finals winning the women’s title and the PDRL equivalent.

They have shown the togetherness of their club with the PDRL side, the women’s team and the academies joining the Rhinos first time for training today.

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