The 2021 Cheltenham Festival is looming ever larger, and as preparations for the event begin to ramp up a gear, horse racing trainers around the country begin to dream of winning at jump racing’s biggest stage.
Beverley ARLFC remains dormant just like every other amateur rugby league club in the land. There is little or no news or activity to report in the world of amateur rugby league.
With grassroots football remaining suspended due to the national Covid-19 restrictions that came into effect the East Riding County Football League, like many grassroots leagues nationally
All fixtures and training for adult grassroots football have been suspended with immediate effect. This is a result of the UK Government’s announcement of further national Covid-19 restrictions.
East Riding County Football League say that they will monitor the situation. They also say they are disappointed with the situation given how the season has already been impacted.
Beverley RUFC is appealing to residents in Beverley to get behind and help them during these testing times.
The club has launched an appeal online to raise funds which they say will help them ‘ Survive and Thrive. Like many organisations serving the community they Beverley RUFC has seen their income streams dry up as a result of the COVID-19 Pandemic.
While some people cannot imagine their life without sports and physical activity, others search for serious reasons to do sports instead of something else.
Sportsmen are labelled with various stereotypes that present them as dumb people who cannot cope with intellectual assignments and constantly buy assignments.
It’s been another fantastic season at Beverley Racecourse and a lot of credit must go to the ground staff team who have ensured the course was in great condition throughout the year.
Carter Burnett is delighted to have reaffirmed its commitment to grassroots sport in Beverley. They have done this by agreeing to sponsor two of the town’s junior football teams for the 2020-21 season.
The Blue and Golds are doing their best to keep things ticking over in these unprecedented times. Training continues every Thursday evening on the Longcroft artificial surface.
Beverley Town Football Club are wanting to hear from residents as they look to install floodlights at their ground.
As a result of a pending planning application, the club is now looking to consult with residents about their plans.
Beverley Rugby Union Football Club has been awarded £5,164.46 from East Riding of Yorkshire Council as part of Commuted Sums from local housing developments towards the replacement of two sets of corroded rugby posts.
After the highs of an extremely successful annual gala for Beverley Barracudas Swimming Club, held at Beverley Leisure Centre on Sunday 15 March 2020, which saw club records broken, personal bests and County & Regional times achieved, swimming, unfortunately, came to an abrupt halt on March 17 2020 due to Covid-19.
Strong results for Beverley based sidecar racers of Sam and Adam Christie elevating them to 2nd place in the British Championship.
Knockhill in Scotland was the venue for Round 3 of the British Championship with 2 18 lap races on the same day.
Beaumont’s Garden Maintenance is backing a local club which is looking to grow the players of the future.
AFC Tickton Academy, which works with boys and girls under the age of six have been sponsored by the local firm.
Northern Accountants is thrilled to have linked up with Hall Road Rangers to be the main shirt sponsor for their new ‘Development’ side in the 2020-21 season.
The Beverley accountants, who are based at the Waffle21 Business Centre on Swinemoor Lane, are proud to be backing a local non-league football club with such a long-standing history.
Julie Camacho will this Thursday try to win the William Hill Beverley Bullet for a second consecutive year when Makanah goes for gold in the £30,000 Listed sprint.
The North Yorkshire trainer claimed the five-furlong dash 12 months ago with the 111-rated Judicial.
August has been a positive month for Beverley based sidecar racers of Sam and Adam Christie with strong results at the 2 rounds of the British Championship.
Cadwell Park was the venue for the opening round with 2 qualifying sessions and 2 races being the main focus.
The old saying goes, “you get nowhere in life or sport for being nice.”
But is that really the case? We have highlighted three sports stars who are extremely likeable and successful in their respective sports.