Leeds and Castleford release special NHS shirts

Leeds and Castleford have released special training shirts in support of the NHS.

The rugby league season has been suspended indefinitely due to the coronavirus pandemic.

The tees will be pre-order only products only and the deadline for all orders is Sunday, May 3.

Each shirt costs £30 for adults and £25 for kids, with £10 from each jersey sold being donated to the NHS Charities Together campaign.

Expected deliver date is mid-July but the club’s have warned all buyers that no refunds or exchanges will be given on the shirts.

To order the Rhinos jersey, click HERE. To order the Tigers top, click HERE.

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