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Yarnbury tomorrow - academy game
almostatyke (IP Logged)
11 January, 2019 21:23
Anyone going tomorrow?

[www.yorkshirecarnegie.com]

Seems a great way to see the stars of the future.



I wasn't born in Yorkshire but I got here as soon as I could

 
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Re: Yarnbury tomorrow - academy game
opuscoitus (IP Logged)
11 January, 2019 21:54
Yep I'm having a wander up looking forward to it

 
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Re: Yarnbury tomorrow - academy game
Bobba (IP Logged)
12 January, 2019 12:17
I would have done but 10 hrs. of rugby on BT sport a tad more tempting.

 
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Re: Yarnbury tomorrow - academy game
opuscoitus (IP Logged)
12 January, 2019 16:11
Well plenty of endeavour by the kids but ultimately Wasps took chances when they had the ball

Carnegie had plenty of possession but couldnt break defence down and when wasps turned ball over ran in for a score

Wind was a huge factor and while Acadamy guys have to follow processes etc during play it was screaming for hoofing it down the field into the corners and making wasps play from there, although to be honest one time wasps cleared their lines the ball held up in the wind and was caught by a unit of a Hooker who could shift and he ran 70m to score for their 1st points,

Finished 50-5 wasps which while dissapointing it was more wasps doing basics right and taking the chances when they arose,

Bloody cold up there but Yarnbury always do these things right, cracking pint of Timmy Taylorís noticed Steve McNamara up there so reckon itís his lad playing 10,



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Re: Yarnbury tomorrow - academy game
JDH (IP Logged)
12 January, 2019 18:22
Play to the conditions sometimes

 
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Re: Yarnbury tomorrow - academy game
almostatyke (IP Logged)
12 January, 2019 20:09
Sadly I watched to the conditions. Having spent my fair time this week outdoors in wind and rain, the armchair was just too appealing, especially with the tasty Leinster match on channel 4 showing near-international intensity and skills.
So I watched Lanny's team rather than Lanny's son.


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