Yorkshire Carnegie head coach Bryan Redpath said he was pleased to see his side secure their second win of the season but felt there were poor elements to the performance but backed his side to improve.
Speaking after the game Redpath said: “I thought the performance was good in parts and poor in others. I think when we had the ball in the first half we looked really dangerous but we just didn’t keep it for long enough or create enough pressure and I think Nottingham came with a game plan and executed it very well in the first half.
“I thought Jonah Holmes was outstanding and the best player on the pitch and it was great to see him get some space and to finish off the tries the way he did was exceptional. There were negatives in the game and we know we can be a lot better and we have to look at that next week.”