Last weekend it was the Beast from the East which had the biggest say as Beverley, along with the other sides in the league, saw their match cancelled due to the adverse weather that swept across the country.
Beverley, who got their 2018 season in the National Conference League off to the perfect start two weeks ago with a 30-0 win over Barrow Island will be hoping for a repeat of that performance.
Their opponents this Saturday come into the game having lost their first game after they found themselves on the wrong end of the 50-6 result against the current leaders Oldham St Annes.
Scott Taylor will be hoping his side can make it back to back wins in the league as his youthful looking side aim to get some early points on the board.
Taylor was delighted with how his side played in the first game of the season. The match saw the current leading try scorer in the league, Lewis Straw, cross the line four times.
Ahead of the match Taylor has said he will be sticking to the lads who have earned the shirt since day one of pre-season adding that no one let him down first game so if team changes it’s down to availability.
Beverley will certainly go into the game as favourites on Saturday however they will still be missing their join caption Jack Howdle who Taylor says is a week or so of making a return to the side.
Support was strong for Beverley and a good size crowd lining the pitch for what was a good encounter. Once again a large crowd is expected at the game against Blackbrook in the 2.30PM kick off.
Saturday will be a double-header at the Leisure Centre with Beverley Academy taking on Normanton Knights ‘A’ in the Yorkshire Mens League 40/20 cup. The kick-off for this game will be 12noon.
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