Yorkshire Carnegie head coach Bryan Redpath said he is expecting a tough challenge from London Welsh in the team’s next Greene King IPA Championship fixture this Saturday 17th September, kick off 2pm.
Reflecting on last week’s game against Nottingham Redpath said: “There were parts of the game last week that we would have liked to have done better and I think the balance of the game was a bit off, which was our own doing, but to get the nine points in two games was good and every win is valuable.
“We have got to focus on the right things and correcting some of the things we did wrong last weekend and I think if we fix them we will be a hard team to beat against anybody. Welsh had a big win last week against Scottish so it’s going to be a tough game for us. The key thing last week was that we won the game, we have got to look at the positives and stop maybe looking at the negatives all the time. We are not always going to get things are own way, in the game we had opportunities to change that and we picked the wrong choice. You come in Monday to Friday to learn, but you should enjoy all wins and not get too caught up in them.
“This will be a tough game, London Welsh are not a bad side and on their day they are a very good side. They have had their ups and downs with ownership issues, but they are not in that now, the players are all there and looking forward to playing against us.”