Beverley RUFC continued their good run of form as they beat their West Yorkshire counter parts Keighley to go fifth in the Northern League.
Keighley took the lead through the boot of Alex Brown who kicked a penalty in the first 10 minutes of the game though it was to be the only time the visitors were ahead in the game.
Nerves however were tested at Beaver Park. Following a surge by Keighley, sparked by a decision they were rewarded with a try of their own.
Despite the score it was to be the Beavers who held out to make it four wins from their last four games and continue their rise in the league.
“These were two evenly matched sides, both strong in defence, and an overly officious referee resulted in a game which, although keenly fought, contained little flowing rugby.”
“Games between these two clubs are always keen closely fought affairs and although a little disjointed at times, this was no exception.”
Beverley are now just 10 points off second place. Their next fixture sees them travel to Lancashire to play bottom club North Ribblesdale as they look to apply pressure at the right end of the table.
Final Score : Beverley RUFC 15 Keighley 8
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