Next Up: Yorkshire Carnegie v Doncaster Knights, Saturday 24th November , Kick off 12.00 PM
Tickets and travel for Yorkshire Carnegie v Doncaster Knights ‘On the Road’ in the RFU Championship Cup are now on sale. Tickets can be purchased either by coming down to the Leeds Rugby Store at the Emerald Headingley Stadium, over the phone on 0371 423 1315 or online at tickets.yorkshirecarnegie.com.
Match Information in brief
Date: Saturday 24th November 2018
Venue: Hull Ionians RUFC, Brantingham Park, Brantingham Road, Brough, East Yorkshire, HU15 1HX
Main Game: Yorkshire Carnegie v Doncaster Knights (Kick Off 12noon)
Followed by: Hull Ionians RUFC v Otley RUFC (Kick Off 2pm)
England v Australia (kick off 3pm) in the Autumn Internationals will be shown on the screens in the clubhouse.
Advanced Ticket Prices:
- Adults- £10 (£12 on matchday)
- Concessions*- £5 (£6 on matchday)
- Juniors (16 and under) - FREE**
*Concessions= Seniors (65 years old +) and students (with valid ID) & Disabled (with valid proof). Disabled supporters are entitled to a free carer if they have proof of carers allowance.
** Juniors= Do not require a ticket, access will be free on match day.
- This match is included in the Yorkshire Carnegie 2018-2019 Gold and Silver Membership.
- Match Tickets and 2018/2019 Silver Memberships: Access is for standing around the pitch.
- 2018/2019 Gold Memberships: Will be given priority access to seating along the side of the pitch
Car Parking: Parking is available at the ground for £5 per car and is first come, first served. Season parking passes are valid for this game on production of your parking pass.
Official Coach Travel:
Yorkshire Carnegie Official Travel will depart from Car Park F at Emerald Headingley Stadium at 10am.
Coach Travel Price:
- 2018-2019 Yorkshire Carnegie Season Members= £1
- Non-Members= £5
Yorkshire Carnegie 33 Doncaster Knights 20
Yorkshire Carnegie earned their second win in the Championship Cup against Doncaster thanks to tries from Dan Temm, Chris Elder and Harry Davey.
Director of Rugby, Chris Stirling, made six changes ahead of the game, which was played on the road at Hull Ionians. Pete Lucock returned to captain the team and Dan Temm also came back into the starting line up.
Jacob Umaga, on loan from Wasps and playing in his third game, got Carnegie on the scoreboard after three minutes with a penalty after Doncaster were punished at the scrum and he doubled the lead minutes later with his second.
The Knights responded by almost getting the first try, but the referee pulled back for obstruction as Paul Jarvis looked like he had claimed a try.
The visitors cut Carnegie’s lead with their own penalty on 14 minutes from Dougie Flockhart, but Umaga soon cancelled that out with his third penalty a minute later.
Good defence from Carnegie kept he Knights from gaining momentum in attack and they were able to show their own threat in the Doncaster half when Dan Temm crossed for the opening try. From the scrum Joe Buckle was able to turn the ball over and Temm collected the ball and found a gap to sprint through. Umaga continued his impressive display with the conversion to make it 16-3 after 30 minutes and then added his fourth penalty six minutes later.
Carnegie built on this lead when Academy star Harry Davey intercepted a Jarvis pass from 40 metres out and raced through for the second try of the game just before the break. Umaga converted to see his team go in 29-3 at half time.
Just five minutes into the second half Carnegie were forced to make a replacement, with Umaga suffering from a thigh injury. Olly Fox came on to replace him and switched with Elder on the wing who moved to full back.
Doncaster were able to challenge Carnegie more in the second half, but the hosts looked strong in defence.
Chris Elder was driven over for Carnegie’s third try on 60 minutes and this time Jade Te Rure added the conversion.
Carnegie were reduced to 14 men when Dan Temm was sin binned for persistent infringements and Doncaster were able to make the most of the extra man when Rory Pitman was powered over the line from a rolling maul in the corner. Flockhart was unable to add the conversion.
Replacement Will Britton was then shown a yellow card for a should charge, leaving Carnegie briefly with just thirteen players on the pitch, and this was enough time for the Knights to score again through Curtis Wilson. The former Carnegie player sprinted away down the wing for a try in the corner to make it 33-15. Once again Flockhart was unable to add the conversion
The visitors continued their strong finish to the game when from the driving maul Ben Hunter was able to crash over in the final stages of the game, but the Knights had left there comeback to late to claim anything from the game and Carnegie claimed the honours in their third game in the Championship Cup.
Yorkshire Carnegie: 15. Umaga 14. Davey 13. Forsyth 12. Lucock 11. Elder 10. Te Rure 9. Bruzulier 1. Thomas 2. Buckle 3. Foster 4. Lemalu 5. Smith 6. Romaine 7. Temm 8. Kiri Kiki
Replacements: 16. Donnellan 17. Hill 18. Nixon 19. Britton 20. Bainbridge 21. Fox 22. Hamilton
Tries: Temm, Davey, Elder Penalties: Umaga 4 Conversions: Umaga 2, Te Rure
Doncaster Knights: 15. Jarvis 14. Wilson 13. Hayes 12. Clark 11. Flockhart 10. Cowell 9. James 1. Williams 2. Malcolm 3. Talaese 4. Challinor 5. Eames 6.Ryan 7. Booth 8. Pitman
Replacements: 16. Hunter 17. Sproston 18. Hills 19. Jones 20. Creed 21. Pocklington 22. Adams
Tries: Pitman, Hunter, Wilson Penalties: Flockhart Conversions: Flockhart
2. Joe Buckle
3. Andrew Foster
4. Fa'atiga Lemalu
5. Matt Smith
6. Cian Romaine
7. Daniel Temm
8. Antonio Kiri Kiri
9. Jean-Baptiste Bruzulier
10. Jade Te Rure
11. Chris Wolfe-Elder
12. Pete Lucock (c)
13. Andy Forsyth
14. Harry Davey
15. Jacob Umaga
16. Dylan Donnellan
17. Tom Hill
18. Sam Nixon
19. Will Britton
20. Josh Bainbridge
21. Oliver Fox
22. Rian Hamilton
2. James Malcolm
3. Matt Talaese
4. Matt Challinor (c)
5. Morgan Eames
6. Willy Ryan
7. Ciaran Booth
8. Rory Pitman
9. Tom James
10. Cam Cowell
11. Dougie Flockhart
12. Mat Clark
13. Lloyd Hayes
14. Curtis Wilson
15. Paul Jarvis
16. Ben Hunter
17. Joe Sproston
18. Mike Hills
19. Sam Jones
20. Will Owen
21. Sam Pocklington
22. Seth Adams
Penalty Goals: 4
Jade Te Rure
Penalty Goals: 1