Leeds captain Kruise Leeming on his favourite away ground & Ellery Hanley

Drew Darbyshire
Kruise Leeming Leeds Rhinos

Leeds captain Kruise Leeming is our latest guest on My Set of Six, where he talks about his favourite away ground and his favourite player Ellery Hanley.

We’re asking you, the fans, plus players, coaches and other rugby league personalities to give us their answers to our set of six questions.

This week, Leeds captain Kruise Leeming answered our six questions…

Favourite away ground?

DW Stadium Wigan

Wigan. It just seems a bit of a theatre. The tune Sandstorm by Darude always comes on and I’ve always enjoyed playing there. I think I’ve got most of my man of the match awards playing there. I love that stadium, it is a bit of a gladiator-type arena to play at and I love playing there.

Favourite player?

Ellery Hanley Great Britain PA

Ellery Hanley. He was a similar build to me, similar attributes speed-wise.

Favourite memory?

Kruise Leeming lifting the Challenge Cup

It has to be lifting the Challenge Cup.

Worst memory?

Kruise Leeming Leeds

When it came to the Boxing Day game after I signed here at Leeds. I had heard so much about the Boxing Day game and the South Stand, and I unfortunately did my knee and was out for six months without pulling on a Leeds jersey so that has got to be my worst memory.

Best match you’ve seen?

Lachlan Coote St Helens

The best match I’ve seen was a Wigan-Saints derby and it wasn’t so long ago. It was a really physical game, it was at St Helens. It was one of the most physical games I’ve seen whilst I’ve been playing.

Your wish for the future of RL?

Kruise Leeming Leeds Rhinos

I want to win everything. I’ve won a Challenge Cup and now I want to win a World Cup, a Grand Final and a League Leaders’ Shield. I just want to win everything.

You can follow Kruise Leeming on Twitter and Instagram.

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