Jersey Reds v Yorkshire Carnegie, Friday 28th September , Kick off 7.45 PM

Jersey Reds v Yorkshire Carnegie, Friday 28th September , Kick off 7.45 PM


Yorkshire Carnegie plays Jersey Reds away at Rue des Landes, St Peter on Friday 28th September kick off 7.45pm. For ticket prices please see table below. To book tickets, all fans will need to book via Jersey’s web site, or on the day. Gates open at 5pm on the day of the game.



Standing – via the Jersey’s web site*

Standing – over the phone or on the day







Under 18’s

Matchday Only


*Discounted price is available up to 48 hours before kick-off


Jersey Reds details are:-

Ground Address – Jersey Rugby Football Club, Rue des Landes, St. Peter, JE3 7BG

Website –

Car Parking – is available free of charge at the Stadium.

Jersey Reds  36 Yorkshire Carnegie 19

Jersey Reds 36 Yorkshire Carnegie 19


Yorkshire Carnegie left themselves with a mountain to climb with a first half blitz of points from host Jersey Reds proving the difference in a 36-19 defeat to the Channel Islanders.

Yorkshire came into the game hoping for a reversal of fortunes after their defeat to Nottingham last Sunday. Jersey were bottom of the Greene King IPA Championship table at the start of the game having played a game less than the sides around them however they soon set about claiming their first win of the season.

The home side got the opening try of the game after just three minutes when they moved the ball wide to Koch Marx, he opened up the Carnegie defence and then put Roy Godfrey over for the try next to the posts. Aaron Penberthy added the simple conversion to give his side a 7-0 lead.

The advantage was doubled after six minutes when quick ball off the top of the line out created space for Will Homer to go over against his former club. Penberthy was on target again to make it 14-0.

After that early onslaught, Yorkshire Carnegie did settle into that game after that and got a score back with great interplay between Tom Bullough and Andy Forsyth saw them exchange passes before Bullough followed up to get the ball back and score by the posts. Former Jersey fly half Brendan Cope added the conversion to make it 14-7 after 19 minutes.

Cope was enjoying an excellent game against his former club with a number of breaks from his own half but Yorkshire could not make the chances count and were dealt a blow when Jersey crossed for a third try. Having conceded a penalty near the Yorkshire line, the Reds kicked for the corner before rumbling over for the score for Maddison. Penberthy was on target again to give his side a 21-7 lead.

Carnegie were then penalised in possession as Forsyth came away from his own line and Penberthy increased the lead with a penalty before, with the final play of the first half, Jersey sealed the try bonus point when Joyce made the break before finding Sexton, who powered over from close range. Penberthy added the conversion to give the home side a 31-7 advantage at the break.

Dylan Donnellan came on at half time for Yorkshire and the visitors had long spells of pressure near the Jersey line but once again were unable to come away with points from their visits to the home half.

Eventually Yorkshire did cross for a second try when Matt Smith won good ball at the line out and Cope opened up the home defence. The ball was then quickly recycled before Chris Elder, playing on the wing, went over wide out. He converted his own try to make it 31-14 after 55 minutes but sadly in back play Cope had to be helped from the field with an ankle injury suffered in the build up to the try.

Chris Stirling’s side were left frustrated in the second half as they conceded a number of technical penalties which prevented them from gaining any momentum. And from one of these penalties Yorkshire conceded a fifth try as Selway got the ball down following a driving maul. Penberthy kept up his impressive record with the boot to give his side a 36-14 lead with time running out.

Yorkshire did get a score back late on with a quick taken penalty putting skipper Dan Temm over for a third try but time had run out as the visitors went in search of a try bonus point and they return home empty handed.

Live updates are available from the start of the match and for one week afterwards.

Home Lineup

1. Roy Godfrey (c)
2. Charlie Maddison
3. Lee-Roy Atalifo
4. Jerry Sexton
5. Dave McKern
6. Janco Venter
7. Conor Joyce
8. Max Argyle
9. Will Homer
10. Aaron Penberthy
11. Leroy van Dam
12. 'Apakuki Ma'afu
13. James Newey
14. Koch Marx
15. Auguy Slowik

16. Nick Selway
17. Harry Morley
18. Cameron Holenstein
19. Charlie Beckett
20. Rory Bartle
21. Calum Waters
22. Mark Best

Away Lineup

1. James Thraves
2. Charlie Gibbings
3. Jake Ilnicki
4. Mike Myerscough
5. Matt Smith
6. Will Britton
7. Josh Bainbridge
8. Daniel Temm (c)
9. Jean-Baptiste Bruzulier
10. Brendan Cope
11. Chris Wolfe-Elder
12. Tom Bullough
13. Andy Forsyth
14. George Watkins
15. Louis Brown

16. Dylan Donnellan
17. Rowan Jenkins
18. Andrew Foster
19. Elliott Ward
20. Trystan Lloyd
21. Sam Wolstenholme
22. Dan Moor

Home Scorers

Aaron Penberthy
Conversions: 4
Penalty Goals: 1

Jerry Sexton
Tries: 1

Charlie Maddison
Tries: 1

Will Homer
Tries: 1

Nick Selway
Tries: 1

Roy Godfrey
Tries: 1

Away Scorers

Tom Bullough
Tries: 1

Chris Wolfe-Elder
Tries: 1
Conversions: 1

Brendan Cope
Conversions: 1

Daniel Temm
Tries: 1