Molescroft Scouts have been offered assurances that Cllr Denis Healy will do all he can to make ERYC see sense. Cllr Healy was speaking following a visit to the Molescorft Scouts who are currently based at Longcroft School.
Both the Scouts and air cadets face an uncertain future as the council look to offload land for housing. Both groups both been given notice and told to vacate the site by the local authority.
A good natured crowd, a fast game, and a tight finish; this was a good day’s rugby. After three defeats in their last four league outings Beverley badly needed a win here.
Not to get one was a disappointment and they now find themselves languishing in mid-table. It wasn’t for the want of trying and there was plenty of enterprise but in the end they could have no complaint at the final result.
Beverley Town Football Club will be back in action this weekend as they host to Sculcoates Amateurs in the cup. The side will go head to head in the 2PM kick off on Saturday at Norwood.
Manager Rich Jagger will be looking for a response from his side who well beaten last time out against Westella. Jagger was left feeling disappointed after his side failed to turn up, suffering a 4-0 loss.