Archive: September 2007

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Carnegie Carnival Part Two Another Hit

Carnegie Carnival Part Two Another Hit

30/09/2007

The 9620 crowd at Headingley Carnegie were treated to another fun family day out as the Carnegie Carnival returned to the stadium ahead of Leeds Carnegie's Guinness Premiership match against Saracens.  The 9620 crowd at Headingley Carnegie were treated to...

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Worcester next up at Headingley Carnegie

Worcester next up at Headingley Carnegie

30/09/2007

Worcester Warriors will be the next team to visit Headingley Carnegie Stadium in the Guinness Premiership on Friday 12th October 2007, kick off 8pm.Worcester Warriors will be the next team to visit Headingley Carnegie Stadium in the Guinness Premiership on...

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We can learn from this - Lancaster

We can learn from this - Lancaster

30/09/2007

Leeds Carnegie Director of Rugby Stuart Lancaster believes his team can learn from their disappointing defeat against Saracens at Headingley Carnegie Stadium on Sunday.  Leeds Carnegie Director of Rugby Stuart Lancaster believes his team can learn from their disappointing defeat...

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Leeds Carnegie still searching for a win

Leeds Carnegie still searching for a win

30/09/2007

Stuart Hopper's last minute try prevented Leeds Carnegie from being held scoreless by Saracens at Headingley Carnegie Stadium. Stuart Hopper's last minute try prevented Leeds Carnegie from being held scoreless by Saracens at Headingley Carnegie Stadium.  Stuart Lancaster made six...

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Leeds Carnegie 7 Saracens 31

Leeds Carnegie 7 Saracens 31

30/09/2007

Stuart Hopper's last minute try prevented Leeds Carnegie from being held scoreless by Saracens at Headingley Carnegie Stadium. Stuart Hopper's last minute try prevented Leeds Carnegie from being held scoreless by Saracens at Headingley Carnegie Stadium.  Stuart Lancaster made six...

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Injuries force late team changes

Injuries force late team changes

29/09/2007

Injuries to Jonny Hepworth and Danny Paul in final training has forced Stuart Lancaster to make two changes to his side to face Saracens on Sunday. Late injuries have forced Leeds Carnegie boss Stuart Lancaster to make two changes to...

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Clark sets new mark for forwards

Clark sets new mark for forwards

28/09/2007

Leeds Carnegie back row Calum Clark will become the youngest ever forward to start a game in the Guinness Premiership when Leeds take on Saracens this Sunday at Headingley Carnegie, kick off 3pm. Leeds Carnegie back row Calum Clark will...

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