Beverley ARLFC beat Hull Dockers 30 – 12 gaining a well-deserved morale-boosting win for the Blue and Golds who have been doing it tough for several weeks.
The Blue and Golds again came up short despite no shortage of effort losing 28-12 to Hull Dockers.
Spirit remains high in the camp with the group determined to see out a difficult campaign to its conclusion.
The Blue and Golds will return to action this weekend after a fortnight’s lay-off.
They will travel to Bradford to play Dudley Hill in a cross-division fixture. It will be the longest trip in this Covid-effected regionalised format kicking off at 2.30 PM on Saturday.
Beverley ARLFC were beaten by relegated Shaw Cross Sharks despite taking a late lead in their game of the season.
Jordan Precious dropped a goal in the 78th minute, which just struggled over the cross-bar to snatch what looked likely to be a narrow victory in a somewhat stuttering end of season performance.
This was in many ways a pleasing performance in comparison to the previous 2 weeks but at the same time disappointing one.
The Blue and Golds had enough possession and territory in the first half to put themselves in a winning position.
Beverley ARLFC will be back in action this Saturday with a trip to Warrington to face Crosfields (2.30 kick-off at Hood Lane).
Following a run of three successive defeats, their play-off hopes have faded and they now sit in 8th place in the National Conference League.
Beverley ARLFC got back to winning ways as they saw off Clock Face Miners 23-20 at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
This was a heated yet highly entertaining clash in the rain in what was an incident-packed match.
Beverley ARLFC chalked up a second consecutive victory as they beatEast Leeds at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
This was a well-disciplined display on an afternoon of heavy showers and heated tempers as the visitors lost their cool.
Beverley ARLFC will welcome Crosfields to the Beverley Leisure Centre as they return to National Conference League Action.
Scott Taylor and his side will be looking to continue their impressive home form and make it three straight wins.
The blue and golds got back to winning ways in this encounter which saw a strong first-half setting them up for victory.
With Jack and Bobby Howdle on duty for Hull FC reserves and Lewis Poskitt away on holiday some re-shuffling was forced upon Scott Taylor.
The blue and golds were denied by an injury time drop-goal in his thrilling local derby against Hull Dockers on the opening day of the new season.
Last seasons NCL Division two champions were left to rue a number of handling errors as they were beaten 19-18.
The blue and golds make the short trip to face Hull Dockers this Saturday for their first game in NCL Division 2.
Following on from the Challenge Cup defeat at York Acorn back in late January, pre-season has gone well for Scott Taylor’s men.
This victory in a pre-season friendly against higher ranked opposition should prove a huge morale booster for Scott Taylor’s men ahead of the start of the campaign in March.
Beverley brought a strong squad of 19 along to Marist including a recalled Alex Starling out of retirement.
Beverley ARLC kept up their impressive home form as they beat Dewsbury Celtic 40-6 in front of huge crowd and the TV cameras at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
Beverley’s match with play-off contenders gave the club the opportunity to showcase just how far they have come and also how the development of the game in Beverley is key to the club.
The blue and golds clinched the NCL division 3 title with four games to spare with a performance that typified their season- ruthless and clinical when they had to be.
A big celebration is now planned at next week’s televised game at home to Dewsbury Celtic this coming Saturday.
Beverley ARLC are just one win away from being crowned champions after they made three wins from three beating Waterhead Warriors 44-22 on Saturday.
Once again Beverley were made to work for the win though gaffer Scott Taylor praised his side for their clinical finishing on a day when the most important thing was securing the win.
Beverley ARLC kept their unbeaten league record intact but it was again very much put to the test by Woolston Rovers who came to the Beverley Leisure Centre in good form.
Rovers, who had won three on the bounce were determined to put a dent in Beverley’s title hopes, as they arrived with a robust pack on another hot afternoon that was about both sides toughing it out.
A Sam Brown try in the dying minutes of this top of the table clash rescued a point for the blue and golds as they could only manage a draw against Clock Face Miners in the NCL.
The weather, in the former mining village on the outskirts of St Helens, was about as hot for playing as anyone at the club can remember.