Yorkshire Carnegie stalwart Ryan Burrows will become only the ninth player in the club’s history to play 100 league games after being named in the side to face Cornish Pirates this Sunday at Headingley Carnegie, kick off 3pm.

Head Coach Bryan Redpath has made three changes to the side that lost last Saturday at London Scottish, two of which are enforced. Taylor Prell is away with the England U20 team so is replaced by David Doherty whilst Kevin Sinfield has been ruled out with a calf injury. The other change sees former Pirate Mike Myerscough start in the second row this week with Dean Schofield amongst the replacements.
With Max Green, Josh Bainbridge and Jack Walker also away on England duty, there are a number of changes to the bench from last week. Lewis Boyce, the fifth Yorkshire Carnegie player in the England U20 squad, is set to make his Yorkshire Carnegie return having been out for a year through injury. He played for Harrogate last weekend and is now back in contention for the first team.  Rob O’Donnell returns after a head injury suffered at Neath whilst Chris Walker, Joel Hodgson and Andy Forsyth all return on the bench.
The team in full is:
15. Jonah Holmes
14. Seb Stegmann
13. Pete Lucock
12. Tom Casson
11. David Doherty
10. Harry Leonard
9. Chris Pilgrim
1. Charlie Beech
2. Phil Nilsen
3. Ben Hooper
4. Mike Myerscough
5. Chris Jones (c)?
6. Richard Beck
7. Andy Saull?
8. Ryan Burrows
16. Joe Graham
17. Lewis Boyce?
18. Rob O’Donnell
19. Dean Schofield
20. Chris Walker
21. Joel Hodgson
22. Andy Forsyth