Yorkshire Carnegie enjoyed a successful night in the Greene King IPA Championship last Friday with the team securing victory over Doncaster and the club attracting their largest crowd of the season, with 2,617 fans in attendance.
Corporately the club also saw their biggest turnout of the season, with guests enjoying a two-course meal in the superb facilities overlooking the pitch before watching the team in action. The Lewis Jones suite, at the top of the Carnegie Stand, was hosted by commercial director, Rob Oates, and business development manager, John Bentley and fans were able to meet club President, Sir Ian McGeechan and also hear from first team players Dean Schofield, Matt Smith and Oli Goss. Attending the game with the game’s big match sponsor, Kier Group, was former player and Powergen Cup winner Dan Hyde, who now works for the property, residential, construction and services firm.
Speaking about the night, Rob Oates said: “It was superb to see so many guests join us and support the team for the huge Yorkshire derby and it made for a terrific atmosphere. The corporate hospitality suites were bustling and it was great for the guests mingling with some of our current first team players and to hear their insight into the team and the game. The team are going great this season and we hope the club’s fans will continue to support them in their push for promotion this season.”
Yorkshire Carnegie face Bedford Blues on Friday 2nd December and London Welsh will be the visitors at Headingley Carnegie on New Year’s Day. Hospitality is on sale for both games priced £65(+ VAT) per person or £600 (+VAT) for a table of ten.
To book call 0113 2033 222.
For more information on the corporate hospitality packages click here
To view a picture gallery from the night visit our official Facebook Page by clicking here
— James Oliver (@Oliver92James) November 18, 2016
— Richard C (@Richard_C_) November 18, 2016
Very busy hospitality tonight for the Yorkshire clash! Great atmosphere in the suite ? https://t.co/hONcjXBXdb
— Charlotte Merrick (@Charlottemer20) November 18, 2016
— Yorkshire Carnegie (@carnegierugby) November 18, 2016