Yorkshire Carnegie coach Tommy McGee said he was pleased with the way his team responded from their defeat against Doncaster by claiming a 43-3 win over Nottingham in the Greene King IPA Championship.

Speaking after the game McGee said: “It is a completely different changing room to the one it was eight days ago, and needed to be, so I am pleased the way the guys responded following a disappointing defeat against Doncaster.

“I was pleased with our set piece – that was the foundation of our win today.  So when your forwards are in that ascendancy you can win the game whichever way you want, you could have squeezed it, you could have slowed it, but we try and play positively.  Ultimately we won the game off the back of that set piece.  Richard Beck was outstanding in doing his job very well.  He had a specific role on his line out defence because Nottingham are a very good driving side and they showed that with the try they scored. The set piece was outstanding and it needs to be every week.”