Blue & Golds Welcome Eastmoor Dragons To Beverley

Blue & Golds Welcome Eastmoor Dragons To Beverley
Blue & Golds Welcome Eastmoor Dragons To Beverley

The blue and golds will continue their pre-season this Saturday with a fixture at home to Eastmoor Dragons in the 2PM kick off at the Beverley Leisure Centre.

The Wakefield based outfit, who ply their trade in National Conference Division 3, are one of the oldest and longest established amateur league clubs in the game and should provide the hosts with the ideal test. They are effectively just one division above Beverley.

Scott Taylor should get another chance to give all squad member some game time again with unlimited substitutions the norm in friendlies.

There has been an influx of young players in the close season notably Lewis Straw from Skirlaugh Bulls and previously of the Beverley Braves. It may take some time for Taylor to know his best side and for players to gel together.

Meanwhile, Beverley have been handed an away draw to Fryston in the second round of the .  The tie was originally scheduled to take place on February 11th but will now take place on February 18th.

Fryston will now be involved in the second round of the Rugby League Challenge Cup that particular day after defeating Normanton in the first round last week.

Draft league structures for the 2017 Yorkshire Mens League have been sent out to clubs last week and should get final approval next week.

The 40/20 cup will again commence in early March with the league season commencing in early April. There will be significantly more clubs now playing under the Yorkshire Mens League banner when the leagues are announced.

Beverley Braves are also in the process of looking to recruit a coach for their under 8’s side.

The Braves look to an exciting future with their facility coming to fruition very shortly. The club will fund the appropriate coach education.

Anyone interested should contact Neil Gay on 07460 898724.

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