Straight from kick off skipper Ben Smith revived and went down with a broken ankle, 10 seconds on the clock, maybe a sign of what was to follow.
Beverley, who arguably was the better of the two sides on the day, were beaten by their South Yorkshire counterparts 20 – 23 pulsate in match.
Going into the game as underdogs playing a side from Division I the Colts put on a good display with Alfie Hart-Fisher and Chris Chapman scoring tries and Jacob Holmes adding two conversations and two penalties.
Commenting after the match Joey Franklin said;
“This was an excellent game between two evenly matched sides a great advertisement to Colts rugby in Yorkshire.”
“The Beverley Colts would like to say thank you to all spectators which made a great atmosphere around the ground and nearly got them over the line.”
“Another mention goes to all the coaching staff who helped out in a wonderful season and did the club proud in every single game.”
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