Beverley ARLFC beat Hull Dockers 30 – 12 gaining a well-deserved morale-boosting win for the Blue and Golds who have been doing it tough for several weeks.
The tough schedule of matches took its toll on the Blue and Golds as they were beaten 50-0 by West Hull.
A depleted Beverley outfit, backing up from Thursday evening’s outing at Hull Dockers, simply had to do too much defending. A full-strength West Hull outfit took full advantage to hit the half-century mark.
The Blue and Golds again came up short despite no shortage of effort losing 28-12 to Hull Dockers.
Spirit remains high in the camp with the group determined to see out a difficult campaign to its conclusion.
The Blue and Golds slipped to this comprehensive defeat against their significantly bulkier and more experienced opponents last Saturday on their travels through to York.
The Blue and Golds will claim something of a moral victory last Saturday in this high-scoring encounter at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
Illnesses and a stag weekend had robbed Tony Spence of a number of his front-line players forcing him to through a few youngsters in at the deep end.
The Blue and Golds will return to action this weekend after a fortnight’s lay-off.
They will travel to Bradford to play Dudley Hill in a cross-division fixture. It will be the longest trip in this Covid-effected regionalised format kicking off at 2.30 PM on Saturday.
This will rank as Beverley’s most disappointing performance of the 4 league fixtures played thus far.
A Heworth outfit hellbent on ambition to be York’s leading amateur rugby league team dominated possession and territory throughout. Beverley struggled to take what few opportunities they did have in attack.
The Blue and Golds will entertain Heworth this Saturday kicking off at 2.30pm at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
The York outfit, although in Division 3 pre-lockdown making them the lowest-ranked team in Group G, are still expected to provide a stern test.
The Blue and Golds will entertain York Acorn at the Beverley Leisure Centre this coming Saturday. The match will kick-off at the earlier time of 1pm at the Leisure Centre on Saturday.
The Blue and Golds backed up from last weekend’s momentous victory to make it 2 from 2 in NCL Group G beating the Myton Warriors 22-10.
Having set the bar very high they were under pressure to maintain it and the warmest day of the year so far saw another large crowd soak up the sun.
West Hull brought a brand of play to the Beverley Leisure Centre that was noticeably quicker and more expansive than the home side had been used to.
The Blue and Golds were outstanding in defence especially close to their own goal line. A number of club officials described the performance as the best they have seen since being involved with the club.
The Blue and Golds will lock horns with West Hull this Saturday. They will take to the field in their 2.30pm kick off at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
It will be Beverley’s first competitive fixture since 14 March 2020, in this Group G of the NCL.
The Blue and Golds blew away a huge amount of dust and cobwebs in this first outing in over a year across in Leeds.
Played behind closed doors under strict Covid protocols, the match was hugely encouraging for the visitors.
The Blue and Golds are doing their best to keep things ticking over in these unprecedented times. Training continues every Thursday evening on the Longcroft artificial surface.
The Blue and Golds came up short in this rain-sodden encounter in Wigan against one of the fancied sides for promotion.
Beverley will perhaps take heart from the fact they were not at their best but were only defeated by 4 points in a game which both sides posted 3 tries apiece.
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.
The Blue and Golds will take to the field this weekend as they welcome Thatto Heath to the Beverley Leisure Centre.
Beverley’s manager Tony Spence should not have too many selection worries for the BARLA National Cup Quarter tie.
The Blue and Golds will try again to play their postponed BARLA National Cup tie this Saturday.
Weather permitting, they will again travel to Mayport, Cumberland to take on Glasson Rangers. The game is due to kick-off at 2pm.