The Blue and Golds will entertain York Acorn at the Beverley Leisure Centre this coming Saturday. The match will kick-off at the earlier time of 1pm at the Leisure Centre on Saturday.
The Blue and Golds backed up from last weekend’s momentous victory to make it 2 from 2 in NCL Group G beating the Myton Warriors 22-10.
Having set the bar very high they were under pressure to maintain it and the warmest day of the year so far saw another large crowd soak up the sun.
West Hull brought a brand of play to the Beverley Leisure Centre that was noticeably quicker and more expansive than the home side had been used to.
The Blue and Golds were outstanding in defence especially close to their own goal line. A number of club officials described the performance as the best they have seen since being involved with the club.
The Blue and Golds will lock horns with West Hull this Saturday. They will take to the field in their 2.30pm kick off at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
It will be Beverley’s first competitive fixture since 14 March 2020, in this Group G of the NCL.
The Blue and Golds blew away a huge amount of dust and cobwebs in this first outing in over a year across in Leeds.
Played behind closed doors under strict Covid protocols, the match was hugely encouraging for the visitors.
Beverley RUFC U18’s Colts returned to action this weekend with their first game since February 2020 due to the Covid pandemic with a difficult away fixture against Scunthorpe.
With Beverley receiving from the KO it was clear that Scunthorpe were looking to attack the Beverley line and had the lions share of possession in the first encounters.
The picture is now clearer with regard to the restart of the National Conference League. It is scheduled to restart on 22 May.
49 member clubs will be divided up into 7 regionalised divisions each comprising of 7 teams. Each team will play each other twice.
The Cheltenham Festival is normally dominated by the biggest names in the sport, with Willie Mullins, Nicky Henderson and Paul Nicholls having the majority of the runners in the leading races across the week.
Lib Dems in the East Riding have been battling in support of the community to save Track Fitness & Beverley Boxing Club from the threat of eviction hanging over it caused by the Conservative-run Council.
We may still be in the early exchanges of 2021, but boxing fans have already witnessed a huge sporting upset. Former world champion and previously unbeaten fighter Josh Warrington suffered a shock stoppage defeat to little known Mexican warrior Mauricio Lara last month.
Beverley Braves Chairman Neil Gay is urging young people to come forward and try out the sport.
With the rugby league world cup due to be held in the UK and also the potential sport could return in spring, he feels now has never been a better time to get into rugby.
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.