Sky Sports to show Rob Burrow and Jamie Jones-Buchanan benefit between Leeds Rhinos and Bradford Bulls

Sky Sports will broadcast this Sundays unique pre-season clash between Bradford Bulls in Emerald Headingley and old rivals Leeds Rhinos.
The gamewhich kicks off at 3pm, is going to get a 20,000 that is near sell out following the statement that funds raised will go towards supporting Leeds Rhinos and Great Britain celebrity Rob Burrow, who has been diagnosed before Christmas.
The game will also bring down the curtain on ahead Jamie profession with the Super League winners. Jones-Buchanan consented to talk about the testimonial match.
A fund has been set up to encourage his wife Burrow and his young family of three children under eight, and giving has already raised over #250,000 in under 3 weeks.
With less than 2,000 tickets enthusiasts who are unable to attend the game will be able to watch all the actions on an emotional afternoon live on Sky Sports.
All components of this air are being donated by builders. Sound, replay, all cam and technical executives will be all donating their services for the day, in addition to the presentation and production team, although Telegenic is donating the outside broadcast vehicles.
The event will reach an decision when stages together with Danny McGuire, Kevin Sinfield, Jamie Peacock, Kylie Leuluai and Leeds Rhinos legends Jones-Buchanan for the very first time because the period in 2015.
Id like to say a massive thank you to Sky Sports for their support before Sundays game specifically Neville Smith, that has pulled together all the facets to make this possible, Rhinos manager of Baseball Sinfield said.
I am aware there are a good deal of soccer league fans who would want to be there but are unable because of other commitments and this may enable them to be a part of an unforgettable event.
Steve Smith, Sky Sports Executive Director, added:Fixtures between Leeds Rhinos and Bradford Bulls are always a highlight in the rugby league calendar. We are thrilled to be supporting Rob Burrow, in addition to observing a glittering career for Jamie Jones-Buchanan.