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Team to play Nottingham
Yorkshire Carnegie has finally named the part time players who will represesent the club this season. Today Martyn Wood has announced his first team selection to face Nottingham in the cup tomorrow night.
Tough times to be a Tyke
The 2019/20 season is just a week away. Despite only having a named squad of five players the rumours seeping out of LS6 are that there are between 20-30 players preparing for the match at Nottingham on 20th September. It would be nice if this was all that we had to worry about.
No one likes us. Do we care?
The recent revelations about our club and the machinations that have ensured our continuing existence (at least into the forthcoming season) have left us with the unwanted title of the most hated club in the UK. Indeed the fans of some of our rivals are suggesting that we are not really a club at all. So the question that really needs answering is do we really care what other people think?
Players in - The phoenix thread
With the announcement of the arrival of Martyn Wood as DoR it is appropriate to log the fruits of his labours in a new thread. As we hear of new signings they will be added to the list below which, hopefully, will grow rapidly over the next few weeks.
The best Tykes match - ever!
During the bleak summer months when news from the club has been very sparse my thoughts have turned to the Tykes' games which left me breathless, elated or in a state of rapture. Here are just some of them:- Powergen Cup final, Harlequins home win to avoid relegation, HC cup win v Perpignan & the relegation defeat at Northampton
The state of the game
It’s been an eventful summer one way for us, but in a way outside our bubble the game is changing around us, some may say for the better, I personally say for the worse...
This weekend the fixtures were announced for the Championship next season. Tykes fans will be pleased to know that we start with a home game against Bedford.
The best Tyke - ever!
At a time when the club is in dire straits I found myself looking back at some of the moments that made watching the Tykes a special thing and, of course, the players who lit up the Headingley stage.
The beat goes on.
After entering our summer of discontent very little has changed, for better or worse, for Carnegie fans anxiously waiting for news of the club's future. The news from the media department at the Emerald Stadium has been par for the course - zilch.