Yorkshire Carnegie head coach Bryan Redpath has made six changes to his side for tomorrow's British & Irish Cup final against London Welsh at Headingley Carnegie (3pm).

Winger David Doherty, who scored in last Saturday's league win at London Welsh, has been ruled out through injury, so Joel Hodgson, who crossed for the winner at Old Deer Park, starts at full back and Wharfedale product Taylor Prell, who also scored last week, reverts to the wing.

Youngster Max Wright gets the chance to play at centre in place of Pete Lucock.

In the forwards, prop Charlie Beech and James Tideswell come into the starting line-up for Lee Imiolek and Rob O'Donnell.

The latter is ruled out after a head injury last week, so Ben Hooper is drafted onto the bench.

Matt Smith replaces Dean Schofield in the second row, while Chris Walker starts in the back row in place of Andy Saull, who left last week's game at half-time with an injury.

On the bench, former Otley and Wharfedale loanee Richard Beck returns to fitness among the replacements, along with Fred Burdon.

Yorkshire Carnegie: Joel Hodgson; Oli Goss, Max Wright, Tom Casson, Taylor Prell; Kevin Sinfield, Chris Pilgrim; Charlie Beech, Phil Nilsen, James Tideswell, Mike Myerscough, Matt Smith, Chris Jones, Ryan Burrows, Chris Walker. Replacements: Joe Graham, Lee Imiolek, Ben Hooper, Richard Beck, Max Green, Harry Leonard, Fred Burdon.