Beverley’s skill level of was throughout the game several notches higher with effort and determination offered by Rangers seeming to be no substitute.
Victory means that Scott Taylor and his side remain top of NCL 3 by virtue of points difference over Clock Face Miners who have also won to make it five wins from five.
However the ruthless performance over Rangers has given Bevelrey a huge boost as they took their points difference to +195 – some 123 better than Clock Face.
Taylor had very little to say after the match other than that his side needed to ‘keep sending out messages’ as his side look to win the tile and promotion at the first time of asking.
Poskitt has now scored 13 tires from six league and cup games with the half back appearing to play much of the game in the proverbial dinner jacket.
In a total the game saw 14 tries, other scorers ion the day were Peter Starling and Alex Starling. Ben Bardle added a brace, one of which was a spectacular 80 meter effort from a 20 meter restart tap.
Lewis Straw weighed in with a brace and there were touchdowns for Sam Brown, Billy Riby, Steve Connolly. For good measure Ben Atkin added a rampaging 50 meter effort handing off a number of defenders on the way. A consolation score was added by the host’s man of the match Liam Grimmett.
Goal-kicking duties were again shared between Lewis Straw and Josh Poskitt. Straw converted 12 and Poskitt 2.
Beverley will now look to next weeks clash at home to Eastmoor Dragons. Another win will set up a potential very tasty top of the table clash at home to Clock Face Miners the following week.
Final Score : Stanley Rangers 6 Beverley ARLC 84