Carter Burnett is delighted to have reaffirmed its commitment to grassroots sport in Beverley. They have done this by agreeing to sponsor two of the town’s junior football teams for the 2020-21 season.
Beverley Town Football Club are wanting to hear from residents as they look to install floodlights at their ground.
As a result of a pending planning application, the club is now looking to consult with residents about their plans.
Local football manager Steven Graham says he called off their fixture due to concerns surrounding COVID-19.
Mr Graham, who manages Beverley Town Football Club Reserves says his decision came as a result of the pandemic sweeping the globe.
Humber Premier League fixtures could be postponed and due to COVID-19 Pandemic sweeping across the globe.
This weekend saw almost every major sporting fixture cancelled as governing bodies look to their bit to help prevent the disease from spreading.
Westella & Willerby secured all three points with a brace from Alex Wood as they beat Beverley Town Football Club at Norwood.
Wood struck in each half from a corner to ensure it was the visitors that earned maximum points in this encounter.
Beverley Town Football Club boss Rich Jagger will be hoping that his side can deliver this weekend as they take on Hessle Rangers.
Jagger saw his side slump to a 3-1 defeat last time out against South Cave United, a game he said they did not deserve to win.
Beverley Town Football Club remains third in the Humber Premier League despite losing 3-1 to South Cave United at the weekend.
This was Beverley’s second defeat of the season in a match that gaffer Rich Jagger felt his side could have won.
Beverley Town Football Club will hit the road this Saturday as they take on South Cave United.
Boss Rich Jagger is confident mood ahead of the game as he looks to secure three more points in the Humber Premier League.
Beverley Town Football Club remains third in the Humber Premier League after they beat Hedon 3-0 at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
A brace from Joe Norton and goal from Aldo Hysenaj ensured Town secured all three points. Gaffer Rich Jagger will also be pleased that his side again kept a clean sheet.
Beverley Town Football Club will return to action this weekend as they welcome Hedon Rangers to the Norwood Recreation Ground.
Following a week off Town are back in Humber Premier League action looking to preserve their unbeaten home record.
Playing sports like football offer many benefits, especially for children. In Beverley, there are a host of local clubs offering sports to children.
Sports on offer include football, rugby union, rugby league and also cricket. Clubs like Beverley Town Football Club, for example, not only cater for children but also adults.
Hilary Usher says the Ivan Usher Stand opened at Beverley Town Football Club in memory of her late husband was a real community project.
The Ivan Usher Stand came to be as a result of fundraising efforts by the Usher family and numerous supporters.
The Personal Finance Centre has agreed to a season-long deal with Beverley Town Football Club. As a result of the agreement their branding feature on the first team playing kit.
First Team Manager Richard Jagger welcomed the deal saying the club was excited to partner with the firm.
Beverley Town Football Club registered their first win of the season as they brushed aside Hornsea Town 3-0 at Norwood.
Gaffer Richard Jagger was full of praise for his team who were never troubled by the visitors in this midweek Humber Premier League clash.
Beverley Town Football Club boss Richard Jagger says he is confident the club can win some silverware this season.
His comments come ahead of their opening Humber Premier League fixture this Saturday that sees them take on Ricketts AFC.
Beverley Town Moles have expressed their gratitude to two local firms who have sponsored the team.
Manager Lee Carter says his team certainly look the part in their playing strip and jackets. While their sponsors hope the lads go on to show the world their footballing talents.
Photos from the Beverley Town Football Club Junior section who held a mini football tournament at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
Three teams from Beverley Town Football Club took part while the fourth team which took part was the side South Cave United.
Beverley Town Football Club dropped two points as ten men Sculcoates Amateurs scored late to earn a draw at Norwood.
Leon Dawson gave Town the lead midway through the first half. However the visitors, despite being reduced to ten men battled back to equalise in the closing seconds of the match.