Beverley Town Football Club remains third in the Humber Premier League after they beat Hedon 3-0 at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
A brace from Joe Norton and goal from Aldo Hysenaj ensured Town secured all three points. Gaffer Rich Jagger will also be pleased that his side again kept a clean sheet.
Beverley opened the scoring inside the first ten minutes through Norton. Norton then doubled the lead for the home side midway through the second period.
The game was secured when Hysenaj found the back of the net just eight minutes later.
The result means Town remain in top three hot on the tails of leaders Chalk Lane. With no game this week, Jagger was keen that his side signed off with a win.
Beverley Town is yet to concede a goal all season at home. They are the leading scorers in the league with 29 goals from their opening ten fixtures.
Beverley Town Have Week Off While Others Around Them Play Each Other
Jagger feels his side has what it takes to challenge for the title this year. However, he feels that to do this they will need to take six points of the impressive Chalk Lane.
Beverley Town can now put their feet up while and take a week off due to a gap in their fixtures. However, while Beverley gets to rest it remains an interesting weekend in the Humber Premier League.
Fixtures next weekend will see first play second while fifth will play sixth. Regardless of the results Town are unlikely to be overtaken in the table.
Jagger will, however, have one eye of the match between Chalk Lane and Westella, the sides directly above them in the table.
Town themselves return the first weekend in November for what will be a testing fixture. They will hit the road to take on South Cave United at South Hunsley School.
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