Scott Taylor and his side will head to Ratings Lane for the 2.30PM kick in a match that has little meaning.
For Taylor’s men, the match is all about pride, they have this and one other match left. With relegation and also promotion out of the equation, Beverley are just going through the formalities.
While last week’s showing at Crosfields was a significant improvement Beverley will need that and more if they are to get anything from the game.
Their Cumbrian opponents are still very much in the promotion play-off race sitting in the sixth spot in the table.
Although one crumb of comfort for the Beverley is that Barrow Island has lost all of their last three home games.
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