The blue and golds will draw the curtain down on their 2018 season this Saturday when they make the trip to face Oldham St Annes.
With Barrow Island already assured of their promotion spot they will be joined by a third side who will be the winners of the play-offs contested by Millom, Clock Face, Woolston and Eastmoor.
While the club feel the result on Saturday will be academic, Taylor will be keen to finish 2018 on a high note and is expected to name a strong line up.
With one eye on next season Beverley’s Head Coach had this to say ahead of the game.
“Places are up for grabs for next season.”
“We will be retaining almost all of this year’s squad and be looking at a few quality additions in the close season which will be revealed in due course.”
That day saw Beverley come out on top in what was an absorbing game of rugby with both sides playing their part.
Beverley will arrive at St Annes having lost just once this season. St Annes have a good scoring record though keeping sides out has proved to be their issue.
A positive result for Taylor and his side this weekend will cap off what has been a splendid season for the club both on and off the field.
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