Beverley Town Cricket Club travelled to North Yorkshire to face title chasing Sheriff Hutton Bridge on the back of some good recent form.
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East Riding of Yorkshire Council is reminding motorists that it will be carrying out carriageway improvement works overnight on the A1079
On the back of good recent results, Beverley Town Cricket Club welcomed Heworth to the Norwood Recreation Ground as they looked to continue their good form.
Beverley Town Cricket Club first team travelled to Stamford Bridge on the back of two victories with confidence running high.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council will be carrying out carriageway improvement works on the A1079 this summer between Bishop Burton village and the Deepdale layby
Beverley Towns Cricket Club First XI travelled to Fenner in optimistic mood following the previous weeks home win.
Beverley Town Cricket Club first’s remain routed to the bottom of the York & District Senior Cricket League after they were beaten by Acomb at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
Beverley Town CC were well beaten by the current league leaders in the Hunters York & District Senior Cricket League.
Beverley First XI made the long journey to Ripon to face Studley Royal looking to kick start the season and claimed all thirty points with only their second win of the season.
Jonathan Fisher is calling for his side to put last weekend’s result away to Woodhouse Grange behind them and focus on the last three games.
Jonathan Fisher says it is time for his side to look forward as he hopes for more from his experienced players this weekend Beverley Town Cricket Club travel to Hull Zingari
Beverley Town Cricket Club 1st XI who boast one of the most prolific bowling attacks in York & District Senior Cricket League will travel to Stamford Bridge this weekend.
Jonathan Fisher says he could not have asked for anything more from his side as they beat York to go second in the York & District Senior League.
Beverley Town Cricket Club 3rd XI produced a good all-round performance against Hessle 1st XI at the Norwood Recreation Ground to win comfortably by 7 wickets.
Beverley Town Cricket Club 2nds put in a much improved performance at home to Bridlington 1st XI scoring 266 for 4 in their 48 overs. Congratulations to Mike Cooke who scored his first ton for Beverley, Phil Du Boulay (63) gave great support.