Beverley Town Cricket Club were missing a significant number of players last weekend but others moved up a team or two to make an overall success of the two days cricket with four wins and two draws.
Beverley ARLC will head to West Yorkshire this weekend as they take on Eastoor Dragons in the National Conference League.
Champions elect Beverley will be aiming to maintain their 100pc start to the season that has seen them win all 11 games that has propelled them to the top of the league.
Beverley racer’s James ‘Westy’ Westmoreland competed in round four of the Dickies British Supersport Championship onboard the Gearlink Kawasaki while Jordan Rushby competed in the Pirelli National Superstock 1000 Championship around the Snetterton 300 circuit in Norfolk.
Take Cover makes a welcome return to Beverley on Tuesday evening when he runs in the British EBF Conditions Stakes (7.30).
The popular 11-year-old sprinter has his first start at the East Yorkshire circuit since he brilliantly won the Listed Beverley Bullet last September.
The blue and golds were given a fright in this one as the home side made light of their lowly league position.
Trailing 14-12 at the break the Beverley recovered in the second half which was for the most part played in a torrential downpour.
Beverley Town Cricket Club enjoyed a mixed set of results over the weekend that saw two teams win and two of their sides defeated, with the fifth team benefiting from a’walk over’.
The blue and golds will hit the road this Saturday, to face Salford City Roosters, in search of an eleventh win on the trot.
The corresponding fixture at the Leisure Centre earlier in the year saw Beverley defeat the Eccles based outfit 68-8.
Folkton & Flixton kept up the pressure on the top two with victory over a Beverley Town Cricket Club at the Norwood Recreation Ground. Beverley, who have not lost since the opening day of the season will view this as a game that slipped away surrendering a strong position by giving up their last seven wickets for just 36 runs. Folkton & Flixton total of 209-5 included a half-century from…
The sidelines of all junior football games played in Beverley, Hull and the East Riding will go smoke-free when the new season begins in September.
Partners including Hull & District Youth Football League, East Riding Girls League, Hull City Council, East Riding Council, and East Riding Football Association – which covers Hull – have teamed up to promote healthy lifestyles.
Beverley ARLC made it ten wins in a row as they comprehensively defeated Waterhead Warriors with a 90-0 win at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
Beverley, who were back on the field after a three week break secured their tenth league win with ease against a Warriors team that played with just 11 men.
Photos from Beverley Races where a packed crowd enjoyed splendid summer weather at the Westwood course for a specially British themed afternoon.
Thousands of people were track-side with many of them making an effort with their outfits choosing a red, white and blue theme for the Very British Raceday.
Connections of Kodyanna are keen to run the filly in the Queen Mary Stakes at Royal Ascot after she dazzled in the Hilary Needler Trophy at Beverley on Saturday.
The two-year-old daughter of Kodiac stepped up from an encouraging debut at Nottingham last month to take the £35,000 fillies’ sprint by a head in a thrilling finish.
Jungle Inthebungle is likely to head to Royal Ascot after he upheld family honour by winning the Brian Yeardley Two-Year-Old Trophy at Beverley on Saturday.
Mick Channon’s talented young colt (8-1) found daylight when it mattered under Charles Bishop and surged half a length clear of Tin Hat. Victory Command, the 9-4 favourite, finished third, another length and a half away.
Beverley Town Cricket Club U11s were back in action this week as they faced a decent Welton CC side at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
Batting first Beverley concluded their innings with a score of 149 which proved not to be enough as Welton replied by finishing their turn with bat on 189.
Mark Johnston saddles Victory Command and No Lippy in his quest to claim two of the biggest prizes of the season at Beverley on Saturday.
Victory Command lines up in renowned Royal Ascot trial, the £35,000 Brian Yeardley Two-Year-Old Trophy (2.40).
Life Of Riley will attempt to get on the Royal Ascot bandwagon by winning the Brian Yeardley Two-Year-Old Trophy at Beverley on Saturday (June 9).
The £35,000 conditions stakes over five furlongs has a rich recent history of producing Royal runners, with last year’s winner, Cardsharp, subsequently finishing third in the Norfolk Stakes.