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By Gelbel
January 19 2015

For 74 glorious minutes Yorkshire Carnegie played the best rugby I have had the pleasure of seeing them play for many seasons. And then they still never really played badly – there was just one poor decision, one missed tackle and one moment of madness that left me speechless.... More >

Take the high road

This weekend the Tykes have the opportunity to continue the recovery which appeared to have started on the island of Jersey but  which then  stuttered in the second half&... More >

That was the year that was!

It is not often that I read that we have been spanked at Headingley ( conceding 6 tries against Wuss = spanking in my book) and then get a warm glow from reading the thoughts of th... More >

Early Xmas present for Carnegie

Yorkshire Carnegie moved,(even if temporarily), into the top half of the Championship table with a hard fought victory on a very heavy pitch at St. Peters. There was also a stiff b... More >

O come all ye faithful

Although the Yorkshire Post have announced that Tommy McGee has been told to continue in his role as caretaker head coach of Yorkshire Carnegie for the foreseeable future, at the t... More >

Aberavon Alchemy

The first challenge was an easy one to solve, it was impossible to miss the Talbot Athletic Ground with its floodlights blazing in the clear evening sky right next to the elevated ... More >

Tykes to be Mercerless?

In an act of breathtaking decisiveness the board have not sacked Gary Mercer despite those members of the press corp who take an interest in the club saying that he has been axed. ... More >

We’re Going Wrong

Playing on a soaking wet Headingley night, in front of 1200 brave spectators, Carnegie managed to snatch a last-minute draw against an unlucky Plymouth, who are still searching for... More >

Albion tenterhooks

So another Friday night and another match under the floodlights - personally I love them but when Yorkshire Carnegie lose it doesn't half make for a miserable weekend. So there's b... More >

Yorkshire face slippery slope

Bedford Blues’ Goldington Road ground is famous for the slope running down to one corner, and the losers of this weeks encounter between the Blues, and Yorkshire Carnegie, ma... More >

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