Beverley RUFC will host Heath for the second time in as many weeks as they host the West Yorkshire outfit in the Yorkshire Shield.
Last Saturday the sides met in the league with the Beavers coming out on top as they won the match 33-30 with a last gasp try, putting in a performance the gaffer described as incredible.
Beverley will be looking for a repeat performance against one of the strongest sides in the league though manager Will Turnbull has already said he plans on giving the clubs youngsters a run out.
Turnbull said that following the good reports he is hearing about players in the clubs Colts side that he is going to give some of youngsters the opportunity to step up and play in this cup tie.
Speaking ahead of the game, an upbeat Turnbull said;
“We are using this weekend to blood a few youngsters, rest a few bodies whilst keeping a really strong squad out. I am really excited with this opportunity to see some young lads.”
“This is also Will Harrison’s last game before we lose him as he is going under the knife which will be a huge loss for us.”
“Danny Morris finally returns for us after recovering from injury which will add more front row competition as we currently have lads playing out of their skin there.”
“Matty Brown is only in his second season as prop and he has been incredible for the last few games, so has Raymond Coates.”
“I’m hoping for another massive win. Heath will definitely turn up this weekend, they are a good, solid team and will be smarting as any true rugby player would be from a loss.”
“They have their big guns out so it will be a quality challenge. We love playing Heath, always a highly competitive game.”
Kick off on Saturday is at 2.15PM at Beaver Park.
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