Beverley Town Reserves clinched the title on the final day of the season with a 4-2 win over Holme Rovers at Longcroft School.
Town, started the game knowing that a point would be enough to secure the title though started poorly and found themselves two down inside the first ten minutes.
Edward Grady’s men however regrouped and gave themselves a life line when Steve Graham smashed the ball home after a Shaun Gibson delivery.
It was the same pair that combined again, this time Gibson nodded home a pin point delivery from Graham to level the scores before half time.
Grady got the hair dryer out at half time to remind the players what was at stake, Jacob Cattermole came on to replace a tired looking Ben Thompson at half time and made a big difference in midfield.
This change allowed Adam Gibson and Phil Gardner to get on the ball more. Town eventually took the lead as ever impressive Tom Davies scored from 8 yards after good work from Louis Stockman.
Town sealed the win in the final moments of the match when Rob Northen rounded the keeper to score his 31st goal of the season with Town winning the game 4-2 full.
Speaking after the game Grady said;
“This is a great achievement for the club. We will now look to complete the double next weekend against Withernsea in the cup final.”
“I am absolutely delighted for the team. A big thank you to all those involved this season especially Gary Proud who does a lot of work behind the scenes for the club.”
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