Archive: March 2011

Club
When Parksy met Harry

When Parksy met Harry

31/03/2011

Richard Parks is about to embark on the perhaps the most dangerous leg of his incredible 737 Challenge and as well as keeping an eye out for Polar Bears and breaking ice, he will now have to watch out for...

Continue Reading
Club
Aviva Premiership Rugby to launch innovative social planning app on Facebook

Aviva Premiership Rugby to launch innovative social planning app on Facebook

31/03/2011

Premiership Rugby, in conjunction with Aviva, will launch its first social media application on Facebook later this month. As a rugby-themed social planner, Scrumble will drive fan engagement with Aviva Premiership Rugby by helping fans connect with each other and...

Continue Reading
Club
A team back in action tonight

A team back in action tonight

28/03/2011

The Leeds Carnegie A team return to action tonight with a trip to Newcastle Falcons at Kingston Park, kick off 7pm. Coach Mark Luffman has named a young backline but can call upon some first team experience in the forwards...

Continue Reading
Club
England U18's 21 Scotland U18's 26

England U18's 21 Scotland U18's 26

27/03/2011

England U18's lost out to Scotland U18's in an entertaining fixture at Headingley Carnegie. Scotland came from behind to snatch the win in the closing stages of the game to deny their hosts. The English were captained by Leeds Carnegie’s...

Continue Reading
Club
Late changes for Leeds Carnegie

Late changes for Leeds Carnegie

25/03/2011

Leeds Carnegie have been forced to make two late changes to their squad for tonight's clash with Sale, kick off 7.45pm. Skipper Marco Wentzel has failed a late fitness test on his calf strain whilst Warren Fury picked a knee...

Continue Reading
Club
Barrow set to lead England at Headingley Carnegie

Barrow set to lead England at Headingley Carnegie

25/03/2011

England U18 head coach John Fletcher has made wholesale changes for the side to face Scotland on Sunday at Headingley Carnegie (1.00). Only skipper and Leeds Carnegie's own Dominic Barrow, Mark Jennings, Henry Slade, Matt Hankin and Jack Clifford remain from the...

Continue Reading
Club
Back frustrated for players

Back frustrated for players

25/03/2011

Leeds Carnegie Head Coach Neil Back said his side were unfortunate not to get more from their 15-12 defeat at Sale Sharks. Leeds scored the only two tries of the game through Henry Fa'afili and Michael Stephenson and saw two...

Continue Reading
Hartpury