Chris Walker is one of four Leeds Carnegie changes

Wharfedale Observer: Chris Walker replaces Ryan Burrows in the back row Chris Walker replaces Ryan Burrows in the back row

Leeds Carnegie's head coach James Lowes has made four changes to his side to travel to Nottingham on Sunday in the Greene King IPA Championship.

Alex Lozowski returns to the starting line-up and replaces Jonah Holmes at full back, while Craig Hampson starts at scrum half.

In the forwards, Charlie Beech replaces Ben Harris at loose-head prop, while Chris Walker comes in for Ryan Burrows in the back row.

On the bench, there are returns to the squad for James Currie, Jarad Williams, James Doyle and Rob Vickerman after they all missed last week's defeat to Bristol.

Leeds Carnegie: Alex Lozowski; Oli Goss, Jon Clarke, Fred Burdon, David Doherty; Glyn Hughes, Craig Hampson; Charlie Beech, Phil Nilsen, Damien Tussac, Harry Casson, Mike Myerscough, Jacob Rowan, David Sisi, Chris Walker. Replacements: Joe Graham, Lee Imoilek, James Currie, Jarad Williams, James Doyle, James Doherty, Rob Vickerman.


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