Yorkshire Carnegie coach Tommy McGee admitted he was bitterly disappointed after his side conceded six tries in defeat to Rotherham and felt his side self inflicted the damage with their discipline.

Rotherham cruised to a 40-15 win the second half as Yorkshire gave away too many penalties and had Paul Hill sin binned in the second half for offside at a ruck. 

Speaking after the game, McGee said, "Our discipline was not good enough and that needs to be sorted. We talked after the Doncaster game about how we were out enthused but today we were just not smart enough and handed the initiative to Rotherham. Credit to them, I thought they were very strong today and controlled the game for long periods but we need to address matters quickly."