After Beverley RUFC’s superb and deserved win against Sale last weekend, the Beavers will turn their attention towards relegation threatened Billingham this week, when they host their second National League Three fixture in a row. If this weeks’ game is anywhere near the standard of last weeks’ encounter, then local supporters are in for a treat.
A naturally pleased Head Coach Anthony Posa commented;
“I’ve been fortunate to be part of many special victories over the last decade with Beverley. Fylde, Otley, Caldy and two fantastic promotion play-off victories to name but a few, and Saturday’s achievement, especially with so many guys out, has to rank right up there.”
“That’s credit to the players who represented the club with such distinction, to a man they were outstanding. Sale are a quality side, but like we talked about, when our energy and accuracy in our structures are high, we are a very good side too, as we saw on Saturday.”
The challenge this week will be to back it up, against a team very much battling for its National League life. Also in the back of Posa’s mind will be the lacklustre performance when the two sides met back in November in Durham. There is no doubt the astute coach will be reminding his charges of that fact during this weeks training.
Further good news for Beaver fans is the injury crises is starting to ease somewhat. Almost unbelievably, given the situation of late, the only player to get any sort of injury against Sale was scrum half James Munro, and he should be fit for Saturday’s match.
Kick off at Beaver Park is 3pm this Saturday.
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