Turnbull and his side are flying high in second place in Yorkshire Division One of the North Divisions, and their incredible home form means they are in the driving seat for a playoff position.
Last time out a depleted Beverley side won on the road as they sneaked the win against Keighley.
Speaking ahead of the match on Saturday Turnbull said;
“Keighley was a game as we expected it, a tough one. Keighley had had a few recruits, and they made life extremely difficult for us last week.”
“It was hard to get into it as the breakdown was not refereed to any degree. There were a few cheap shots by the Keighley players with Phil Duboulay being hit late, off the ball antics and eye gouging.”
“We were pretty poor in all honesty, but the pleasing thing is that we ground out that win, which was crucial.”
“As a side, we are enjoying the ride at the moment, taking it one step at a time, but we did allow complacency to creep in, something that we definitely can’t afford this week against Selby.”
“Selby have recently changed their full coaching structure with their old setup back in command and with that players are rejoining from other clubs.”
“They took a big scalp against Heath at the weekend so it is going to be a war of attrition this weekend. They have some real pace as do we so it is going to be fun.”
Selby arrive at Beaver Park fighting for their lives as they look to get points on the board and a avoid the drop. With just three points between them at Wheatley Hills, Selby come into this match needing a win.
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