Young fly half Louis Grimoldby says he is enjoying life at Yorkshire Carnegie having arrived just over three weeks ago at the club on dual registration from Aviva Premiership side Harlequins.

The 20 year old is battling it out with Harry Leonard for the number ten shirt however he has revealed that the pair are both benefitting from the challenge.
Grimoldby commented, “The chance to have a run at ten at a club that wants to push forward is exciting. This is great club with great facilities and I want to play with talented guys who want to play in the right way.
“The competition with Harry Leonard is great. He has been here all season and righty is the number one fly half and I want to give him some competition. He has helped me since I got here and he is a really nice lad. He has been approachable and happy to chat about the calls and systems. There is rivalry to compete for the ten spot  but that is good for the both of us. He has been honest with me and said that he needs some competition hopefully I can give him that.  
“I like taking the ball to the line, perhaps I can overdo that at times, but I like to bring people through holes which is something I am looking to do more of. I am out of contract in the summer and this is a chance for me to put myself in the shop window and get some game time. We’ll see what happens with my future after that, the important thing is that I play some rugby and focus on that.”