|Five Towns Falcons||2||0||1||1||12||32||.250|
|Date||Home Team||Away Team|
|17.10.1993||Leeds Cougars||30||Yorkshire Rams||0|
|31.10.1993||Five Towns Falcons||6||Manchester A’s||6|
|07.11.1993||Five Towns Falcons||6||Yorkshire Rams||26|
|14.11.1993||Manchester A’s||Leeds Cougars|
|05.12.1993||Yorkshire Rams||Leeds Cougars|
|12.12.1993||Manchester A’s||Five Towns Falcons|
|16.01.1993||Manchester A’s||Yorkshire Rams|
|23.01.1993||Leeds Cougars||Five Towns|
|13.02.1993||Yorkshire Rams||Five Towns|
|20.02.1993||Leeds Cougars||Manchester A’s|
|TBA||Yorkshire Rams||Manchester A’s|
|TBA||Five Towns Falcons||Leeds Cougars|
The Yorkshire Rose Winter League was a four-team League in Northern English County of Yorkshire, which played over the Winter of 1993. New team Manchester A’s, made up of Veterans and former Junior players from the Manchester All-Stars joined the Five Towns Falcons (based in Fitzwilliam), the Leeds Cougars and Yorkshire Rams (Huddersfield).
Leeds beat Yorkshire 30-0 in the first match, and in the second the Falcons tied with Manchester.
 Anon. (1993) “Flacs tackle Leeds in war of the roses” First Down. 25 September 1993. pg. 20
 Anon. (1993) “Tiggy TD Treble” First Down. 16 October 1993. pg. 19
 Anon. (1993) “Reborn Manchester back with tie” First Down. 8 November 1993. pg. 21
 Anon. (1993) “Falcs pray for injured hero Craig” First Down. 13 November 1993. pg. 23
Thanks to Fiona Connolly-Mulcahy and Conor Kostick.
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