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The long hot summer.
The last rugby season is already just a distant memory. The weather is sweltering and the Lions are about to meet the All Blacks in the first of three tests. In LS6 it has gone very quiet.....
Where are we going?
The old season has ended. Yorkshire finished, as expected, second and did not get promoted to the Premiership. That dubious honour went to London Irish. Rotherham finished bottom but, thanks to the demise of London Welsh, did not get relegated. Next season we will be visiting old haunts and a new one....
Squad for next year
Following our defeat in the Championship play-off final we now know that a number of players will be leaving the club this summer. However the club announced on May 26th that six players had re-signed for next season making our signed squad 21 players....
Bloodied but unbowed
The last game of the 2016/17 Championship season takes place tomorrow night at the Madjeski Stadium in Reading. Not only is it the second leg of the play-off final but it is the last time that some very talented young men will wear the Yorkshire Carnegie shirt.....
Can we fix it? Yes we can!
Bryan Redpath has named his squad today for tomorrow's Championship play-off final first leg against hot favourites London Irish. His legacy will, to a large extent, be determined by the performance of this squad over the next 160 minutes of rugby. These two games will be the last played in the Championship this season. Who comes back next season is yet to be decided....
Guess the Attendance Competition (itís only a bit of fun)
Although the Championship champions and promotion will be determined over two matches, the equally, if not more, important Guess the Attendance Competition (it’s only a bit of fun) will be decided this Wednesday evening at Headingley.
Signings and departures part 2
With the announcement today that Ryan Burrows will be leaving Yorkshire Carnegie to play in the Premiership next season it is time to draw together a comprehensive list of the comings and goings at the club. Sources should be reliable if at all humanly possible. Let us know what you hear and we can add it to the list.
Have we done enough?
This Friday sees the second leg of our semi-final play-off against Ealing Trailfinders. Carnegie take a healthy 18-point lead into the game following their superb first half display first time round, the question is; - is it enough?
Well on the way.
Yorkshire Carnegie took a big stride towards the Championship Final play off with a comprehensive victory in the first leg of the semi-final over Ealing Trailfinders.
Team news and matchday thread
Yorkshire Carnegie meet Ealing Traiilfinders in the play-off semifinal first leg tomorrow night. As a result the management has named the Tykes squad today, Thursday. The team picks itself these days so there is only one surprise in the lineup.