East Yorkshire Carnegie , in 16th place in Toolstation NCEL Division One, head to Play-Off chasing Hallam tomorrow afternoon-and Carnegie Assistant Manager Lewis Sarel is hoping to capitalise on two consecutive League wins on the road when his side rock up at Sandygate tomorrow, writes Colin Muncie.
Lewis told the Bootiful Game “It’s another game where we are hoping to keep our decent away form going by getting something from the game. We have won our last two away games so another would be a superb result. We are looking to carry on picking up points now and moving further away from the bottom of the table. We may have a few changes from the midweek game but -no matter who plays, the lads will be focused on getting the points and will give one hundred percent.”