Beverley RUFC Colts started the 2015/16 season off with a trip to Cleckheaton. On a warm sunny day and a dry pitch, this was perfect for the Colts to get their season off to a flyer.
Just about what might have been expected. Up against a team sitting fifth in the table Beverley RUFC arrived here with a heavily depleted side which contained no substitutes and not surprisingly went down heavily.
Beverley RUFC travel the short journey up the M62 to play their National Three North fixture against Cleckheaton.
Beverley RUFC Colts travelled to Cleckheaton in the Yorkshire Cup. Due to injuries Beverley where not up to full strength with players playing out of position.
Beverley are on the road this week for the last time this year with a relatively short trip to Huddersfield YMCA who were one of the promoted teams last year from North East 2.
This weekend Beverley RUFC host Morley and will be looking for revenge for the narrow defeat they suffered at the hands of Morley back in October last year. They will go into the game with confidence having racked up 106 points against 5 in their last game against Durham City.
Normal service resumed. After last week’s blip at Cleckheaton Beverley RUFC got back to form in fine style and recorded an emphatic win to go thirteen points clear at the top. It was tough on Durham.
Following their defeat at Cleckheaton last Saturday, Beverley RUFC take on bottom placed Durham City this weekend at Beaver Park in a North 1 (East) league game.
It was almost bound to happen. Beverley RUFC have not won at Moorend in ten years and today was no exception. It was not that Beverley RUFC played particularly badly, although they were certainly well below par
Beverley RUFC visit Cleckheaton on Saturday for a difficult North 1 (East) fixture with some serious selection problems. Influential back row man David Worrall is unavailable
This was a bit more like it. After their disappointing display the previous week Beverley RUFC got themselves together today and ended up with a much needed five point win. It was a hard-fought affair and in truth for half the match things were not that much better than at Morley.
Beverley RUFC will be looking to return to winning ways this weekend when they entertain Cleckheaton at Beaver Park (Kick-off 3.p.m.). If they are to do, so they will need to sort out their worrying preponderance for over elaborating in the backs, in particular.