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.
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.
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.
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.
With football being the most popular sport, worldwide, there is no shortage of great achievements and gobsmacking world records throughout the years.
These records attract wide audiences, who in recent years have learned how putting together an accumulator bet can make the game even more enjoyable by betting and winning money.
The Premier League board announced in its emergency meeting on Thursday 19th March that professional football in England will be further postponed until at least April 30 as governing bodies committed to extending the current season indefinitely.
The league had initially been suspended until April 3, but the extension comes as the UK government steps up its response to the outbreak.
Westella & Willerby secured all three points with a brace from Alex Wood as they beat Beverley Town Football Club at Norwood.
Wood struck in each half from a corner to ensure it was the visitors that earned maximum points in this encounter.
Four community groups in the East Riding and Hull have benefited from a grant scheme set up by five Yorkshire councils and funded by the construction industry.
Driffield Methodist Church, North Ferriby Primary School, Beverley Town Jaguars Under-16s and Rooted in Hull received a combined total of more than £30,000 in the latest round of awards from the YOR4Good fund.
Beverley Town Football Club boss Rich Jagger will be hoping that his side can deliver this weekend as they take on Hessle Rangers.
Jagger saw his side slump to a 3-1 defeat last time out against South Cave United, a game he said they did not deserve to win.
Beverley Town Football Club remains third in the Humber Premier League despite losing 3-1 to South Cave United at the weekend.
This was Beverley’s second defeat of the season in a match that gaffer Rich Jagger felt his side could have won.
Beverley Town Football Club will hit the road this Saturday as they take on South Cave United.
Boss Rich Jagger is confident mood ahead of the game as he looks to secure three more points in the Humber Premier League.
Playing sports like football offer many benefits, especially for children. In Beverley, there are a host of local clubs offering sports to children.
Sports on offer include football, rugby union, rugby league and also cricket. Clubs like Beverley Town Football Club, for example, not only cater for children but also adults.
Beverley Town Reserves were well beaten as they lost 3-1 to Driffield Evening Institute at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
The defeat means Town’s second string have lost their last eight consecutive games in a run that stretches back to August. As a result, they are just one place of the bottom in the Humber Premier League One.
The Personal Finance Centre has agreed to a season-long deal with Beverley Town Football Club. As a result of the agreement their branding feature on the first team playing kit.
First Team Manager Richard Jagger welcomed the deal saying the club was excited to partner with the firm.
East Riding County League will kick off next month and will feature six leagues. Club secretaries are being invited to attend meeting ahead of then to learn about the systems to be used.
Two teams from Beverley will participate in the East Riding County Leagues. Beverley Town Academy will compete in the Premier Divison, while Hodgsons FC will play in division one.
Beverley Town Football Club registered their first win of the season as they brushed aside Hornsea Town 3-0 at Norwood.
Gaffer Richard Jagger was full of praise for his team who were never troubled by the visitors in this midweek Humber Premier League clash.