Once again Beverley were made to work for the win though gaffer Scott Taylor praised his side for their clinical finishing on a day when the most important thing was securing the win.
Commenting on the game he said;
“’We again had a slow start but we blew them away in attack when we got the chance. Our finishing was clinical at times and we did what we had to do to move a step nearer that title.”
Beverley had to come from behind for the second time in four days, a sign of true champions, to ensure they secure all the points against Warriors side showed great spirit.
Beverley’s scorers included a brace from Alex Starling while Trevor Penrose, Josh Poskitt, Billy Riby, Sam Brown all got a try each.
Andrew Ward took the man of the match award decided by the opposing side, in an all action display in attack and defence.
The win means Beverley have an eight point lead at the top of the table and unless something catastrophic happens will win the title at the first time of asking.
This has been a tough week for Taylor and his side who have played three games in the space of eight days, winning all of them.
As sides around them continue to slip up the blue and golds have managed to remain unbeaten for the season so far which includes a 100pc record at home.
Million will not be looking to hand the title to Beverley and will arrive with every intention of delaying the celebrations for Taylor and his squad.
Millon will arrive in Beverley having won their last six consecutive matches, having not been defeated since May, when they were just beaten by Beverley.