Yorkshire Carnegie head coach, Bryan Redpath said he is hoping his side will be able to set down a marker when his side take on Moseley at Headingley Carnegie this Sunday 25th October, kick off 2pm.

Looking ahead to the game on Sunday, Redpath said: “All the boys are disappointed following last week’s result and performance but there is a big chance for us this weekend.  Against Bristol we only really played in the last 15 minutes which shows our fitness levels are good but our intent in probably the first 60 minutes wasn’t ambitious enough in certain parts and we conceded three or four soft tries.

“Moseley are going to be dogged, they always are, and I think I said last week there is no team in the league that takes to the pitch and doesn’t have pride and we have to respect that but we have to do what we need to do. We train at a higher intensity, from the information on the GPS , than we are when we are playing.  That tells me that the players can actually operate at a higher level but during a game and the pressures of a game they are not, and this is something we have spoken about this week, we need to put more pressure on ourselves during match days and take more on ourselves.  It’s our game and we need to impose ourselves on opposition not wait for them to make an error.  We can’t be overly confident.  It’s an opportunity for us to put a marker down but we haven’t done that yet and in seven games we have not performed to the level I believe we can.”