Beverley could easily have wrapped this game up in the first half though were unable to take any of their chances. O’Connell had an effort ruled out for handball a decision match officials got spot on.
Pocklington looked much better in the second half and took an early lead, the disappointment on faces of Beverley’s players soon changed to one of determination. Refusing to lay down Beverley went on the attack, they were soon rewarded for their efforts after O’Connell latched onto a flick on and on the stretch got Town back on level terms.
Victory keeps Town in the top three of the Humber Premier League, level on points with North Cave and Sculcoates Amateurs and unbeaten in eight league matches. Next weekend, Beverley Town FC will travel to the Victoria Pleasure Ground to play Goole United in the Whiteheads Fish & Chips League Cup.
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