Episode Three of the Yorkshire Rugby Union Show is now online and ready for you to watch.

You can watch the latest show on YouTube here: https://youtu.be/V7O8QZ5KJks

The show shares the good work and stories from our great game from within our county and this month they focus on the development of Yorkshire’s young upcoming talent.

They head to Prince Henry’s Grammar School, the school of many current and former Yorkshire Carnegie players, including England Internationals Danny Care and Paul Hill; plus Chris Walker; Lewis Boyce and Max Green. They speak with the school’s latest rising star Marion Ridgway after her selection from England North; and learn about the school’s Excellence in Sport Education Programme and how it helps pupils develop as athletes while continuing their studies.

The online TV programme also features Otley, as the club debate whether to leave their famous Cross Green Ground as they build a sustainable future.

The show also speaks to 18 year old Sam Jones, who shares his story of how he battled against and beat cancer to continue his rugby career with the Doncaster Knights.

And National League Three North leaders Huddersfield are the latest team to take on the Show’s Dizzy Kicks Challenge. Watch to find out if any of them can match our very own Pete Lucock in beating the challenge.

If you have a great rugby story to share; or would like to promote your club in a future programme, then contact the Yorkshire Rugby Union Show on the following details.

Email: yorkshirerushow@gmail.com

Twitter: @YorkshireRUshow