This match away to Myton, a National Conference Premier outfit demonstrated that there is significant gap between the three divisions that separate the two sides but still proved to be a useful pre-season workout.
On a cold drizzly day in Hull, Myton raced into a 10-0 lead inside 15 minutes. The visitors weathered the early storm and enjoyed their best spell of the game in the remaining minutes of the half.
However the home side added a further try right on the stroke of half-time which seemed to set the tone for the rest of the afternoon.
The second half saw Myton add a further 26 unanswered points. Both sides played squads of over 20 players with unlimited substitutions.
Beverley fielded a number of players making their debuts and one such player Lewis Straw-a close season acquisition from Skirlaugh Bulls- took the visiting man of the match award.
Beverley will next be in action on 4 February at the Beverley Leisure Centre when they play Eastmoor Dragons of National Conference Division Three.
Unlike their trip to Myton this game should be of a comparable standard to the Yorkshire Premier Division which Beverley currently compete in.