Beverley Town Football Club went into this game on the back of an excellent 7-2 victory against Reckitts, but mindful of complacency against a competitive Ferriby side.
Town started very slowly, and this set the tone for much of the game. Straight from the kick off some poor play let the Ferriby striker in on goal, luckily for town his one on one with keeper Ollie Thane was dragged wide.
Beverley Town have beaten the current Humber Premier League, Chalk Lane 2-1 with a goal in each half to move fourth in the table.
Town started well, passing the ball through ,midfield and causing problems down the flanks. Joe Norton wide left was a constant threat, and Leon Dawson linked well with the strikers on numerous occasions.
Town progressed into the semi final of the East Riding Senior Cup for the first time in their history after a hard fought win against Hessle Rangers at Longcroft.
Town started with a strong wind behind and looked to make the most of this. However they were dealt an early blow when midfielder Ben Thomson injured his ankle and had to be replaced by Kegan Rose after only 10 minutes.
Beverley Town Football Club travelled to league leaders Reckitts on the back of two wins and full of confidence.
Conditions were similar to the previous week, with a strong wind blowing straight down the pitch. Eric Gardham and Tom Davies returned to the side to make up a back 3 with Kurtis Bedford, apart from that Town were unchanged.