Beverley Town Cricket Club enjoyed a mixed set of results over the weekend that saw two teams win and two of their sides defeated, with the fifth team benefiting from a’walk over’.
Folkton & Flixton kept up the pressure on the top two with victory over a Beverley Town Cricket Club at the Norwood Recreation Ground. Beverley, who have not lost since the opening day of the season will view this as a game that slipped away surrendering a strong position by giving up their last seven wickets for just 36 runs. Folkton & Flixton total of 209-5 included a half-century from…
Beverley Town Cricket Club U11s were back in action this week as they faced a decent Welton CC side at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
Batting first Beverley concluded their innings with a score of 149 which proved not to be enough as Welton replied by finishing their turn with bat on 189.
The weather took its toll last Saturday as both the Beverley Town Cricket Club 1st and 2nd XI matches were abandoned due to heavy rain.
Beverley’s 3rds lost again but the 4ths cantered to victory before the rain came and the 5ths did the same on Sunday.
A remarkable series of three close games on Saturday saw Beverley Town Cricket Club lose two and tie one match as the 1st XI were the only Saturday winners with a 4-wicket success at Whitkirk.
The other three teams could all have won with the 2nds and 4ths particularly wasteful in chasing relatively low scores at Norwood.
Photos from the Norwood Recreation Ground where Beverley Town Cricket Club under 15s hosted their counter parts from Welton CC.
Beverley batted first however it was the visitors who would come out on top as they claimed a 10 wicket victory.
Photos from Alfie Jacob White’s was Christened which was held at St Mary’s Church in Beverley.
Family members said they were excited to have met the Archbishop John Sentamu, while he did not conduct the service he did greet guests who were in attendance.
Beverley Town Cricket Club enjoyed another successful weekend as they clocked up wins for the 3rd, 4th and 5th teams and a winning draw for the 1st XI.
Only Beverley’s 2nd XI, beaten for the first time this season, failed to record a positive result.
All five teams at Beverley Town Cricket Club were in action this weekend as the club resumed the latest round of fixtures.
While the first team saw their game abandoned, there were wins for the fourth and fifth teams who won their games with ease.
Beverley Town Cricket Club U11s got their new season underway as they welcomed Sutton to the Norwood Recreation Ground.
Our cameras were there to capture the first innings of the season for Beverley. The youngsters showed great batting skills against the tricky bowling of Sutton.
All teams at Beverley Town Cricket Club finally got under way over the early May Bank Holiday weekend and the Saturday proved to be a big success with two winning draws and two wins, followed by a win for the 5th XI on Sunday.
Beverley Town Cricket Club first team drew with Hull Zingari on what was a perfect day for cricket at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
Skipper Andy Burton was pleased with his sides efforts that saw Beverley get 26 points as Zingari held on to earn a losing draw.
Captain’s of Beverley Town Cricket Club have expressed their thanks to the businesses and individuals who have sponsored the club for the forthcoming season.
Beverley Town CC, who play at the Norwood Recreation Ground provide cricket in the local area for all ages including free softball sessions every Monday.
Members of two local cricket teams are holding a fund raising dinner for The Godber Foundation, a charity they recently formed in honour of Ashley Godber.
Mr. Godber, a former chairman of Cherry Burton Cricket Club sadly died in a road accident en route to play for his beloved club Cherry Burton in May 2017.
Beverley Town Cricket Club is bidding to bag a massive cash boost from the Tesco Bags of Help initiative.
Tesco teamed up with Groundwork to launch its community funding scheme, which sees grants of £4,000, £2,000 and £1,000 – raised from carrier bag sales in Tesco stores – being awarded to local community projects.
It was a day of surprises at the head of the Hunters York & District Senior League Premier Division where none of the teams which began the day in the top three places managed to win.
In contrast at the foot of the table it was an all too familiar story as a fourth straight defeat at the hands of Beverley Town Cricket Club saw Goole Town relegated and Bolton Percy look almost certain to join them.
Castleford moved back up to second as they returned to winning ways with victory by four wickets away at Beverley Town. David Wainwright took three wickets for eight runs as the home side were dismissed for 117, Greg Whyley top scoring with 26.
Jamie Roe took 3-25 in the visitors reply but an unbeaten 64 from Connor Hyde was enough to secure victory and keep the Savile Park club in the hunt for an immediate return to the Premier League.
James Pick’s century helped Driffield Town gain revenge for the defeat suffered in the reverse fixture against rivals Beverley Town Cricket Club.
On this occasion the Kings Mill Road side dominated the contest Jordan Caley (41no) one of number of players to contribute alongside Pick (105) to a total of 284-7.