Archie Murdoch scored four tries but the team defensive effort went a long way to ensuring the win as well.
Beverley Braves under 12s consolidated their mid table position with a fifth league win of the season away at a damp Hull Isberg.
In hot sunshine at Beverley Leisure Centre, the Beverley Braves under 12s recorded their first home league win of the season and at the same time make up for an under par performance the previous week at Holderness.
Beverley Braves under 12s completed their biggest win of the season with a 42-0 win over Victoria Titans at Eastmount.
Not for the first time this year the Beverley Braves under 12s started slowly and gave themselves too much to do to get the result against West Hull. After falling behind
Last season the Beverley Braves and the Myton Warriors met in the first round of the cup at Marist, and the result was in doubt until the very last moments of the game, Beverley edging home 8-14.
Something that has typified the season so far for the Beverley Braves U12s has been their gutsy performances when the chips are down and this latest match at home to Holderness Viking was a great example of that.
After promising performances in their first two games it was only a matter of time before Beverley Braves under 12s put in a winning performance and on a sunny spring morning, they completely dominated a hard-working Hull All Blacks side.
Beverley Braves under 12s fielded just thirteen players in their clash with the top team at this age level for several seasons East Hull and put in a courageous performance.
Beverley Braves and Hull Wyke under 12s served up an exciting game of rugby league that showed little evidence of the fact both teams have not played much competitive rugby for some time.
Playing their first game at under 12 rules, effectively the full rules of rugby league, the 2013 Beverley Braves under 11s were taught a harsh lesson by a fast and mobile Castleford Panthers.
Beverley Braves under 11s rounded off their Hull and District season with a strong performance against East Hull. Both teams made several mistakes with the ball in hand, but this did not take away from an exciting game with lots of good skill on show.
After an eventful weekend last week taking on the best the West side of the River Hull could provide the Beverley Braves were brought down to earth with a bump by one of the best sides to the east of the river, Holderness Vikings.
The under 11’s west of Hull festival took place at West Hull and provided mixed fortunes for Beverley Braves.
Beverley Braves under 11s matched West Hull point for point in the first half of this entertaining game but could not repeat this effort in the second half going down by 16-32.
Beverley Braves under 11s returned after an eight-week break from playing rugby league due to players not being available during the summer holidays with a convincing win over a battling Hull Victoria side.
Beverley Braves under 11s did not make enough use of the possession they had in this game and as a result came out on the wrong end of a 4- 24 score line against Holderness Vikings at Longcroft.
Beverley Braves under 11s never recovered from a slow start and crashed to 12-28 defeat against Dockers at the Beverley Leisure Centre. The result means Dockers retain the Curly cup played for in memory of Paul ‘Curly’ Quiney