This game proved to be a tough ask against a strong Hull Dockers second string. The hosts trailed 20-0 at the break and had to play 50 minutes of the game with only 12 men following the dismissal of full back Steve Connolly.
After several weeks with no local events, athletes from Beverley Athletic Club enjoyed a return to racing at the Major Stone Half-Marathon last Sunday.
After a ferocious encounter last week against old rivals East Hull in the last of the summer 9 a side competition Beverley had to be tough in this league fixture as they returned to 13 a side game.
HU17.net Magazine Issue 111 is available from Molescroft News on Woodhall Way and features pictures from the following sporting and social occasions;
John Prescott was on the streets of Beverly today drumming up support for his bid to become the Humberside Police & Crime Commissioner. A time served politician, Prescott represented East Hull as a Labour Member of parliament for forty years
To continue to give the rugby league teams who wish to play during the school holiday period, the league decided to run a 9 – a side tournament.
The Airkool Walkington 10k took place last Friday despite problems caused by the recent wet weather. Race organisers, Beverley Athletic Club, had to switch car parking from the waterlogged
Junior and senior athletes from Beverley Athletic Club enjoyed a day out at the seaside on Sunday when they took part in the Withernsea 5 mile road race and 3k fun run.
It was a bright and breezy day for the Humber Bridge 10k last Sunday and more than 300 runners raced across the bridge to Barton and back. First home for Beverley Athletic Club was Steve Peacock in 38:05.
Pete Watkinson of Beverley Athletic Club celebrated his 60th birthday in style by running the challenging Wales Marathon last Sunday. He crossed the line in 77th place in a commendable time of 3:41:02.
The Longcroft Year 9 Rugby Team won the West Hull and District Rugby League Rally on Wednesday 23rd May. They were the victors in all three games against Trinity House, Kelvin Hall, and Hull FC’s Sirius “Rugby League” Academy.
There was a carnival atmosphere in Beverley last Sunday when over a thousand runners took part in the annual Hall Construction Group Beverley 10k.
Saturday the 24th of March was a momentous day at Coletta & Tyson garden centre. The re-launch of the plant area took place with former Kingston Rovers player and retired managing director Brian Tyson cutting the ribbon to ‘officially’ mark it open.
East Hull Saints took control of the first game, gaining a comfortable 3-1 win. Things looked like they were heading the same way as East Hull once again managed to score another 3 goals and looked in no danger.
The Beverley Braves returned to action this week as they faced East Hull at the Beverley Leisure Centre. On a glorious evening the Braves battled hard scoring two