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.
Anthony Spence will lead Beverley Town Cricket Club 1st XI as they travel to North Yorkshire to face York II in the York & District Senior Cricket League. Spence has been handed the role for Saturday’s clash as first-team skipper Jonathan Fish takes an afternoon off to enjoy a wedding.
Beverley Town Cricket Club 1st XI will entertain Easingwold at the Norwood Recreation Ground this Saturday in a top of the table clash.
Beverley Town Cricket Club first XI hit the road for the first time this season as they face Sheriff Hutton Bridge.
Beverley Town Cricket Club remain top of the York Senior Premier League after they beat Clifton Alliance by 66 runs at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
Jonathan Fisher says confidence is high in the camp ahead of Beverley Town Crickets Club’s clash with Clifton Alliance this weekend.
Jonathan Fisher has gone for experience over youth with his initial selection as Beverley Town Cricket Club first team captain.
Beverley Town Cricket Club lost to Sewerby CC by seven wickets in the bank holiday cliff top clash on the Bridlington coast.
On a good looking wicket (one of the only of the year) Alan Acklam yet again lost the toss however Beverley were asked to field. Mudd did his tiical trick of bowling badly but yet continuing to pick up wickets.
Beverley Town Cricket Club’s seconds beat Hull CC at the Norwood Recreation Ground. Hull won the toss and put Beverley into bat who set the visitors a target of 264 runs.
Beverley Town Cricket Club shared the spoils as they got a winning draw against Stamford Bridge CC in the York and District Senior Cricket League.
Beverley Town Cricket Club’s seconds smashed Thorp Arch & Boston Spa by nine wickets at the Norwood Recreation Ground. Beverley won the toss and put the visitors into bat
On a glorious summers evening at the Norwood Recreation Ground Beverley Town Cricket Club took on Humbleton in the Newland League. Batting first Beverley scored 86/7 in their allotted thirteen over’s as the top order collapsed.
Beverley RUFC 2nd XV got back to winning ways at Beaver Park as they racked up a cracking 53 – 0 win of rivals Driffield.
Beverley RUFC entertain fellow struggler’s Morley at Beaver Park on Saturday, kick-off 2.15 p.m, in what is a crucial National League 3 fixture. Having produced an outstanding performance to dispose of table topping Rossendale two weeks ago, they sadly reverted to type to lose to Penrith last weekend, and plunged themselves deeper into trouble. At the halfway point of the season, the Beavers need to buckle down and reproduce the flashes of…