With big carries from new prop John Marshall and Alfie Hart Fisher in his new position number 8.
The second half started, and Cleckheaton started to show what they were about and put some phases together. It wasn’t long until Beverley forced the error, tries from Marin 2, Fussey 2, Stephen Price 2, Luke Hazell 1, a further 1 from Holmes and also Egan 2 to complete his hat trick. Holmes adding 11 out of his 15 conversions, which saw him finish up on 32 points for the game.
A faultless display from the Colts on their first game, a great start but much harder games to come.
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- New Systems In Place At Local Libraries Which Re-Open Monday
- Mayor Opens Play Area At Retail Park Which Has Been Doubled In Size
- MP Welcomes Extra Cash For East Riding Council To Support Local Services
- Work Completed On New Roundabout On Beverley’s Minster Way