Beverley U15s lost a tightly contested match against Leeds-based Roundhegians, but will hopefully learn some important lessons from the defeat.
With their regular fly-half absent the Beverley backs were forced to reshuffle but, with developing strength-in-depth within the squad, this can’t be used as an excuse for losing a match that could have been won.
East Yorkshire based wireless internet service provider, Quickline Communications is helping local people feel more confident in using the internet and the devices needed to access it as they support Get Online Week.
As the UK’s biggest annual digital inclusion campaign, Get Online Week has been supported at events across the UK; in libraries, village halls, Job centres and more. Staff and volunteers have helped people to take their next step toward being a confident, capable and safe user of the internet and to #try1thing.
Beverley RUFC kicked off on a wet and blustery afternoon at Beaver Park to start this Yorkshire Division 1 fixture, and immediately mounted an assault on the Keighley line.
But, largely due to determined defence by Keighley, were unable to capitalise on their possession of the ball in the early exchanges. In fact during this early period Keighley were unable to hang on to the ball for long enough to get out of their own half.
After another successful turnout of voters in the Beverley Building Society branch, the September Charity of the Month has been announced as the Daisy Appeal. Established since 2000, the Daisy Appeal has built an £8m research centre and the £4.5m Jack Brignall PET-CT Scanning Centre which are both based at the Castle Hill Hospital Site. The aim of the charity is to fund research, equipment and facilities in order to…