With the season fast approaching, preparations are well underway for the Rams opener on the 11th of May against the Sheffield Predators. Off the field, the Rams are looking for volunteers to help out as a part of the gameday support staff. There are a wide range of jobs that go towards putting on a game, from ball boys, to statisticians, to helping to film the game. In exchange for your help, we will be able to offer you food and refreshment on each of our 5 home games for 2014.
The Yorkshire Rams are happy to announce their schedule for the upcoming campaign. Starting on Sunday the 11th of May, the club will complete a 9 game regular season this term, with the aim of attaining a top 4 spot and a place in the playoffs. As in the 2013, the Rams will be competing in a 10 team BAFANL Premiership North, with the relegated West Coast Trojans replaced by the Gateshead Senators. With an odd number of games, Yorkshire are one of the lucky teams in the conference, recieving 5 home matchups and only 4 away.
The Yorkshire Rams Juniors are extremely proud to announce the creation of an alliance with the Manchester Enthusiasm Trust Tigers. For the benefit of the 2014 competitive season both organisations will work together under the guise of the Pennine Panthers to field a full Junior Team and 2 Youth Teams.
The Yorkshire Rams Youth and Junior teams are recruting for the 2014 season! If you're aged 14-18 and have an interest in the game, or even if you'd just like to try something new then the Rams are looking to recruit you! You don't need to have played before, and the club has the equipment to get you started!
The Yorkshire Rams are delighted to announce Peak Sports Nutrition as their official MVP partner for the 2014 season! As a parter, Peak Sports Nutrition shall be supplying game MVPs with a prize package for every game of the coming campaign, as well as working with the team to improve their performance on the field.
Peak Sports Nutrtion are a local company offering sports nutrition and supplement products. Their staff are experienced in a wide variety of sports, such as rugby, football, MMA, and running.
The Yorkshire Rams stepped up their preperation for the 2014 season with the first of their new pre-season 'Slaughter House' events. The events, which set out to attain various measurables from each of the current and prospective players for the 2014 season. With 30 players at the event, each found themselves pushed to their limit with tests in strength, explosion, endurance and agility. Those in attendance left with a keen sense of where to improve with just 5 short months until the season's kickoff.