The blue and golds finally got some action after a three-week lay-off and will be pleased to make it two wins from two.
This particular corner of Cheshire managed to survive the worst of the return of the ‘beast from the east’ although there were frequent snow showers throughout the game combined with a bitter wind. Their first-half performance was virtually without fault as they raced to a 28-0 lead.
Beverley ARLFC will return to action this Saturday as they welcome Blackbrook to the Beverley Leisure Centre for their NCL fixture.
Last weekend it was the Beast from the East which had the biggest say as Beverley, along with the other sides in the league, saw their match cancelled due to the adverse weather that swept across the country.
Blue & Golds Head Coach Scott Taylor says he is going to stick with what he believes ahead of his sides opening day fixture in National Conference League this Saturday. Beverley will welcome Barrow Island to the Beverley Leisure Centre this Saturday with Taylor issuing something of a statement of intent with regard to his players. Speaking ahead of the match, Taylor said; “We’ve finally reached the point where even…
This was a tough day at the office for the blue and golds. Due to a number of absences they went into this final pre-season friendly with a depleted line up.
Regular half-back pairing Lewis Straw and Lewis Poskitt were missing as were Jack Howdle, Chris Johnson, Peter Starling, Josh Poskitt, Billy Riby, Steve Connolly and Ben Bardle. Bradley Kirkby had to pull out shortly before kick off as a precautionary measure not wishing to aggravate a pulled hamstring.
The blue and golds season will be on the line today when they take on East Hull at the Beverley Leisure Centre in their 2.30pm kick-off.
Beverley are looking to secure a top four spot and qualify for the play-offs. Realistically, the hosts must win as they lie in 5th place level on points with fourth placed Bentley whose point difference is superior by 35.