An award-winning cycle training scheme for refugees in the East Riding has got back on the road for 2019.
Thirty refugees from Syria who have settled in the East Riding to escape the civil war in their country are being given training in cycling skills and road safety to help them navigate the roads in their new country.
Not a lot you would think, however 12 members of Cherry Burton Cricket Club will take their first steps into the ring to take part in a fundraising event to improve the facilities at their cricket ground.
Hodgsons FC Reserves beat Bridlington Town Reserves 6 – 5 in the cup at the Beverley Leisure Centre. Robbie Whiting scored a hat trick with the other goals coming from Mike Martin, James Waldron and Daniel Atkinson.
Beverley Town Reserves suffered a 4 -1 defeat at the Norwood Recreation Ground. Manager Phil Mosses was less then impressed with his keeper, David Butt who let ‘Two slip through his fingers’ the gaffer said: “Butt has done a Gomez, TWICE!” “It is fair to say he is having a bad day, I have never seen anything like it.” Final Score: Beverley Town Reserves 1 Wawne Ferry 4 HU17.net Picture…