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.
Cash strapped Beverley RUFC is pleading for financial help from the people of Beverley to ensure the long term survival of the club.
A crowdfunding page has been set up, which has already raised £10,000, but more cash is desperately needed.
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 got their new season off to a winning start as they beat Woolston Rovers 22-12 at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
A hard-fought and at times feisty encounter Coach Tony Spence was pleased with the result. He was also happy with the effort shown by his side.
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.
The Blue and Golds snatched the spoils with a Sam Coleman try just 15 minutes from the end of this quality pre-season friendly, played at a breakneck pace with both sides making light of the blustery conditions.
In this game with unlimited substitutions, Tony Spence gave workouts to 21 players and will take many positives especially the standard of defending close to the line.
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.
Beverley Braves U14s have got the club off to a winning start at their new home with a cup victory.
The U14s had to come from behind as they beat Kells in the preliminary round of the National Cup.
Local club, the Beverley Braves have received equipment from the Rugby Football league.
Equipment for the club was obtained as a result of an application to the RLWC 2021 (Rugby League World Cup) Capital Grants Programme.
The Blue and Golds have just held their end of season awards for 2019. Outgoing Head Coach Scott Taylor shared his views on the season.
Reflecting on what has been a difficult year for the club on the pitch, Taylor still remained upbeat.
Beverley Braves U7s coach Richard Kirk is thrilled with the new facility. Following a six-year project the Braves finally moved into their new home.
Richard himself has been involved with the juniors for two years but he also played for the Beverley some 30 years ago.
The Blue and Golds will draw down the curtain on their 2019 season with a trip to Dewsbury (2.30pm kick-off) this Saturday.
They face an already relegated Shaw Cross Sharks and are going there looking to end the season on a high note.
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.
The Blue and Golds will entertain Askam on Saturday as they return to National Conference League action.
Taking place at the Beverley Leisure Centre, the 2.30pm Scott Taylors side will be hoping to get back to winning ways.
This was a much changed Blue and Golds line-up that travelled to Bradford and there were few complaints from the coaching staff about the efforts.
Tony Spence took control of the side for the match that saw Beverley 33-18 by the West Yorkshire side. Spence said tactical awareness was an issue while he did praise his player’s efforts.