Clash of the Codes

June 15, 2010

Beverley’s rugby union and league players are uniting to raise funds for injured centre Craig ‘Chev Walker’ Hancock. Hancock suffered an horrific broken leg in the dying minutes of Beverley ALFC superb Ray Speckman Cup victory against Cottingham Tigers last month. Now players from the Blue and Golds and Beverley RUFC – for whom Hancock also plays – will take part in a unique ‘hybrid’ seven-a-side touch tournament to help…

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Hancock Out of Hospital in Time for Presentations

June 12, 2010

Beverley ARLC held their end of year presentations at Hodgsons Pub in Beverley. The Blue & Golds who won the Ray Speckman Cup were joined by Craig Hancock who suffered a career threatening injury in the game. Craig has undergone 5 operations though was released from hospital in time to join team mates and friends at the dinner. Craig Hancock finally gets his hands on the Ray Speckman Cup after…

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Beverley Braves Vs Hull Isberg U12

May 31, 2010

The Beverley Braves came close to picking up a much needed home win though narrowly lost out to Hull Iseberg who won 20 – 16 at the Beverley Leisure Centre. HU17.net Picture Gallery: Click on the thumbnail picture below to enlarge the image to full size HU17.net Picture Gallery: Click on the thumbnail picture below to enlarge the image to full size

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Harrison Proud of Braves Selected for Hull Service Area Trials

May 27, 2010

Beverley Braves under-12s coach Chris Harrison  believes the selection of eight of his side’s players for trials to join the Hull Service Area squad is “a great reflection” on the club. Callum Officer, James McCae, Dylan Clifford, Zac Mayo, Owen Harrison, Kurt Pelham, Joe Wardil and Harvey Lazenby will find out early next month if they have made their way into their age-group team to represent East Yorkshire’s rugby league…

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Cottingham Tigers Vs Beverley ARLC

May 24, 2010

Beverley ARLFC’s powerhouse pack laid the foundations for  their superb come-from-behind 28-18 Ray Speckman Cup final victory over rivals Cottingham Tigers at Haworth Park on Saturday. In the build-up to the game,  blue and golds’ coach Rich Shaw and captain Steve Davidson had talked about the need to muscle up in defence against a pacy Tigers’ side, certain that if they could contain their opponents’ powerful centres their big, bruising…

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Beverley ARLC Lift Ray Speckman Cup

May 23, 2010

Beverley ARLFC produced a thrilling second-half fightback to win the Ray Speckman Memorial Cup at Haworth Park on Saturday. Trailing 18-6 at the break in energy-sapping heat, Beverley’s powerful pack gradually ground down Cottingham Tigers’ defence to earn a thoroughly-deserved  28-18 victory in front of a vocal travelling crowd. Second-half tries from Craig Hamlet, Matt Bielby and a superb brace from hooker Gavin Proctor, added to Liam Lane’s first-half try,…

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Shaw: ‘Winning this Will be Massive for the Town’

May 18, 2010

Beverley ARLFC captain Steve Davidson believes his team’s ‘in-your-face’ defence can bring his side cup glory on Saturday. Stand-off Davidson, 26, leads his team into their biggest match of the season when they take on Cottingham Tigers in the final of the Ray Speckman Cup at Haworth Park (ko 1.30pm). In a season of ups and downs, victory over their biggest rivals will provide a massive filip for the club…

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Beverley Braves Vs Skirlaugh

April 21, 2010

The Beverley Braves showed great character and determination at the Beverley Leisure Centre as they faced a formidable Skirlaugh team. The Braves managed to get into scoring range though turnovers at key moments proved costly. HU17.net Picture Gallery: Click on the thumbnail picture below to enlarge the image to full size HU17.net Picture Gallery: Click on the thumbnail picture below to enlarge the image to full size

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Beverley Braves Vs Cottingham Tigers U11’s

April 5, 2010

The Beverley Braves got their season underway at the Beverley Leisure Centre. The Junior Rugby League side were missing a number of players and despite their best efforts Beverley were unable to keep Cottingham Tigers at bay. The Tigers won the match  48 – 4, scorer for the Beverley Braves was Ethan Cambridge who scored the home sides only try. HU17.net Picture Gallery: Click on the thumbnail picture below to…

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