By Blues Ed
November 28 2016
The way this seaon is going we could well go to Yorkshire Carnegie on Friday and win ..
The Tykes are second top and we are third from bottom but it all depends on which Blues side turns up.
If its the one which went to sleep in the second half against Scottish we will get turned over big style.
We have to take our chances when we have field position - we failed to do that and Scottish hit us late on to win 13-10 with David Cherry scoring from the back of a drive over try with Peter Lydon converting and adding two penalties.
All so disappointing when we were good for a 10-0 lead at the break thanks to a Myles Dorrian penalty and a converted Tom Griffiths try.