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Leeds Rhinos have received a massive boost ahead of the start of the new engage Super League season with the announcement that season ticket sales have gone through the 10,000 barrier and are in excess of last year's figures.
The capacity at Headingley this season is restricted to 16,600 due to construction work on the new Carnegie Stand and with last season's average set at 17,011, fans have been quick to snap up their season tickets.
The Early Bird offer deadline for purchasing season tickets was on 31st December and at the close of business the Rhinos had sold over 10,000 by the end of the year, more than this time last year when Leeds were heading towards the Carnegie World Club Challenge having won their first Championship in 32 years.
Commenting on the rise Chief Executive Gary Hetherington said, ''This is a fantastic achievement for the club and we owe a big thank you to our supporters for backing the team for 2006. With our capacity restricted for the start of next season, fans have been keen to make sure they are here to show their support for Tony and the team and that is shown in these figures.
Fans still have until the opening game of the season against Huddersfield on 12th February to purchase their season tickets if they have not already done so and get admission to two games free of charge. However, there are only 14,500 season tickets available for sale so they should purchase them as soon as possible to avoid disappointment."