Rhinos star on revenge mission
Brent Webb admits he and his Leeds Rhinos team-mates have a score to settle with St Helens ahead of Monday's meeting between the sides.
The Rhinos suffered a 46-6 defeat - their heaviest reverse of the season to date - at St Helens the last time the two sides met. Webb insists his side, who saw off Saints in the Grand Final last season, are eager to make amends for the loss at Langtree Park in March ahead of St Helens' visit on Monday. "It's always a big game," he told the Yorkshire Evening Post. "And after the performance against them last time we've got a lot to prove. It'd be good to get one over them at home. "We can't ignore what happened a couple of months ago, but we are in a different place to the last time we played them. "We were without a lot of players that weekend. We had a couple of young kids playing and it was a tough night. "As a team I think we are in a better place now and we've got everybody on board. It is a bit different, but at the same time we know we are coming up against a top side and it should make for a good game."