Last weekend brought a bumper crop of points for Beverley Town Cricket Club as they recorded two wins and three winning draws from their five games.
Beverley Town Football Club hosted their Sportsman’s Dinner on Saturday evening on a night that saw them welcome special guests Paul Merson and Ben Shires to Beaver Park.
Merson who enjoyed a glittering career with Arsenal Football Club making over 300 appearances for the Gunners scoring 78 goals and 21 England appearances scoring three times.
Hull City Ladies will this weekend host FC Donop-Voßheide, a side from the town Lemgo which is twinned with Beverley.
Head Coach Danny Johnson says the game will be something new for his side to contend with while offering his championship winning team and chance to develop.
The East Riding will welcome some of the world’s top cyclists, including Olympic silver medallist and UCI Road World Championship winner Mark Cavendish, on Thursday, 3 May when Beverley hosts the start of both the men’s and women’s Tour de Yorkshire.
Thousands of spectators are expected to line the race route in the East Riding as the peloton races through the area, taking in a number of towns and villages including Tour de Yorkshire debutants Howden and Hornsea.
Beverley Town Football Club travelled to bottom of the league North Ferriby Athletic in search of another win to keep them in contention for runners up spot in the Humber Premier League.
However it was going to be a difficult day, as both sides ending up sharing the spoils on a day that saw the sun beat down on a bone dry, bobbly pitch, quality football was at premium.
Beverley Town Football Club Reserves made it through to the League Senior Cup and will face Withernsea after comprehensive 5-1 semi final win over St George.
Town started brightly and took the lead after 7 minutes when Adam Foster was put through by Rob Northen to Cooly finish in the bottom left hand corner.
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Beverley in Bloom, a subgroup of Beverley Town Council has started preparing the town to look its best for this year’s Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Britain in Bloom Finals competition.
This is the first year that Beverley in Bloom have been selected to go forward to RHS Britain in Bloom, following the successes at regional level over the past few years, where Beverley in Bloom attained Gold, overall large town category winners for two years running and also the Yorkshire Rose Certificate in 2017 for best overall town.
Beverley Town faced Hessle Rangers for the second week running, and this time were on the wrong end of the result.
Dan McHale returned to the side in place of Tom Davies and Aldo Hysenaj started upfront with Craig Muirhead, otherwise the side was the same as the one that finished the game last week.
Town progressed into the semi final of the East Riding Senior Cup for the first time in their history after a hard fought win against Hessle Rangers at Longcroft.
Town started with a strong wind behind and looked to make the most of this. However they were dealt an early blow when midfielder Ben Thomson injured his ankle and had to be replaced by Kegan Rose after only 10 minutes.
Beverley Town Football Club return to action this weekend as they face high flyers Reckitts AFC in the Humber Premier League.
Town boss Rich Jagger says his side will go into the match full of confidence as they look to extend their winning run to three games that has seen them score nine times and conceded just once.
Beverley Town boss Rich Jagger says his side need to hit the ground running as they return to Humber Premier League action following the long layoff.
Town have not kicked a ball for over a month, and the extended break could not have come at a worse time with Jagger’s side enjoy a good run of form.
Beverley Town Football Club drew for the first time this season sharing a 0-0 with Westella, a result manager Rich Jagger says was better than nothing.
Town have been out action for the past few weeks with no Humber Premier League fixtures though the lack of games gave Jagger’s men time to recover and for injuries to heel.
Beverley Town Tigers U9s have enjoyed a fantastic season so far that has seen them win 13 games, 3 draws and just four defeats.
Assistant Coach Andy Garth says the boys not only enjoy playing but are proud to pull on the club shirt and represent the Town.
An in form Beverley Town Football Cub return to action this weekend as they travel to Hull & East Riding Sports Club to face Sculcoates Amateurs in the Humber Premier League.
Town have won their last three matches including an impressive 2-0 win last week that knocked Reckitts AFC off top spot in the Humber Premier League.
The match between Beverley Town and Pickering looked evenly poised when it to fell victim to the weather.
Visitors Pickering made 159-8 thanks to an unbeaten 43 from Colin Franks and 32 from Mike Brown whilst Matthew Mudd took 3-33. In reply the home side had reached 97-4 with Brad Dobson making 34 and Tim Whincup (4-26) taking all four wickets to
Sculcoates Amateurs remain top of the Humber premier League after they beat Beverley Town Football Club 2-0 at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
Goals from goals either side of the break by Steven Gardner and Eleazer Ezekiel ensure Scullies enjoyed another day out at Norwood.
Beverley Town Football Cub return to action this weekend as they travel to Cottingham for their Humber Premier League game against East Riding Rangers.
Town are just one place above Rangers in the table with five points separating the sides. Having played two more games than Rangers this is a match Town boss Rich Jagger and his side must win if they are to continue to climb the table.