Beverley ARLFC remains dormant just like every other amateur rugby league club in the land. There is little or no news or activity to report in the world of amateur rugby league.
Beverley ARLFC says they are grateful to Sport England for their award of a grant.
The Emergency Funding during the coronavirus pandemic was made available by Sport England to help organisations get through these ‘extremely difficult times.’
The National Conference League Committee has with regret decided to suspend the 2020 season after clubs have only played a couple of league fixtures each.
As a result of this, it means Beverley ARLFC will see their season called off. News of the league’s decision has left Beverley’s coaching staff disappointed.
Beverley ARLFC will be looking to continue their winning start to the season. They hit the road this weekend as they face Wigan St Judes.
Last time out Bevelrey’s Coach, Tony Spence was more than happy with his team’s performance.
Beverley ARLFC produced a near-perfect performance to knock out the BARLA National Cup holders Thatto Heath at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
As a result of their win, the Blue and Golds have booked their place in the competition semi-finals. Beverley will now go into the hat alongside Siddal, Kells.
Beverley ARLFC has progressed to the next round of the cup. They beat Glasson Rangers 36-26 in the howling Cumbrian winds.
A long road trip was made even more difficult as a result of the match being moved coupled with the stormy conditions.
Beverley ARLFC will make the long trip to Glasson Rangers, Maryport this Saturday for their BARLA National Cup second round tie.
The BARLA National Cup is very much part of Head Coach Tony Spence’s pre-season preparations which have been very much a case of so far so good.
Beverley ARLFC will face their first competitive action of 2020 away to Glasson Rangers.
The Blue and Golds will take to the field on 15 February in the BARLA National Cup.
The Blue and Golds just preserved their NCL Division 2 status in 2019 by finishing 9th in the table.
A mid-table or play-off spot seemed possible earlier in the season until a run of six successive defeats in July and August. Attentions are now turning to 2020.
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 were defeated in their final home game of the season as they lost 42-12 to West Bowling.
Beverley went into the match on something of a hiding to nothing. They also were without a number of players that were unavailable for the fixture.
Beverley ARLFC will welcome West Bowling to the Beverley Leisure Centre for their final home game of the season.
West Bowling arrive in good form and top the National Conference League. While Beverley will go into the match having lost their last two fixtures.
Beverley ARLFC suffered their second defeat in a row as they went down 79-12 to East Leeds.
This was a huge win for East Leeds at the expense of Beverley, their first victory since April.
The blue and golds will rue not converting pressure into points in this clash. There seemed little to choose between the two sides in terms of ability, except the visitors took advantage of every error that the home side made.
All 4 of St Jude’s tries were the result of an error. This combined with scrambling well in defence proved to be the deciding factors in the game.
The blue and golds will take on Hull Dockers this Saturday in their only derby fixture this season. Beverley will face Hull Dockers at 2.30pm kick-off at the Leisure Centre.
The match is also the second leg of the Paul ‘Curly’ Quiney Cup. The match, sponsored by the Middleton family, seems likely to attract the biggest crowd of the season so far to the Leisure Centre with a lot riding on the game.
Beverley ARLFC bounced back from last weekend’s defeat at Bradford Dudley Hill to keep their top six play-off hopes very much alive.
Next week’s opponents Hull Dockers also enjoyed a crushing 60-6 win against East Leeds to set up a tasty derby at the Leisure Centre. This game could now prove to be pivotal in either side’s season.