Beverley ARLC returned to the top of the table with this comprehensive thrashing of Fenners. After last week’s last minute defeat by Myton, a response and a confidence booster was required
Beverley ARLC will commence their 2014/15 campaign this Saturday. The make-up of the two divisions in the Hull & District League has now been confirmed.
Jonathan Fisher has gone for experience team as Beverley Town Cricket Club face an away day to arch rivals Fenners in York & Senior Cricket League.
The blue and golds finally prevailed in this incident packed encounter at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
Beverley Town Cricket Club got their Newland League campaign off to bad start as they were beaten by Fenners at the Norwood Recreation Ground. Batting first Fenners set Beverley a target of 107 but managed just 83 runs in reply.
This was a pleasing performance from the blue and golds last Saturday on their travels. They trailed 8-6 at the interval but produced a dominant second half display to run out convincing winners.
These two sides produced an entertaining encounter at the Beverley Leisure Centre last Saturday which but for the final ten minutes looked as if the result could have gone either way. It was probably the blue and gold’s best performance of the season against a side still unbeaten this season.
The blue and golds were frustrated last Saturday when their fixture against Haworth Park Rangers became a victim of the heavy rains that fell on East Yorkshire during the week.
The blue and golds took 2 valuable league points last Saturday at the Leisure Centre in a game which they appeared to dominate from start to finish but astonishingly only won by 10 points.
This was probably Beverley’s most disappointing performance of the season at the Eastmount Community Centre last Saturday. They managed to field a fairly strong lineup with only Gavin Proctor a late withdrawal due to injury.
Beverley have appointed a new head coach at an extraordinary meeting at the Hodgsons last Monday evening. After a diligent application process they have appointed Guy Adams. He brings a wealth of playing and coaching experience to the table at the age of only 33.
This was a creditable and encouraging performance by the blue and golds against a side in third place in the league. A combination of suspensions, holiday and work commitments left them without key players
Beverley ARLC return to action after a three week layoff this Saturday. They will play Fenners away in the first round of the Council Trophy. Beverley still have 2 outstanding league fixtures remaining.
This the latest defeat in Beverley’s disappointing campaign largely summed up their season. There was no shortage of effort and team spirit but some poor decision
The blue and golds bowed out of the Tom Beautiman Cup at the first round stage. They will rue many a missed chance as they squandered quality possession and field position. They threw almost everything at their opponents in the first 20 minutes but the final decisive pass too often went to ground. It was against the run of play that the visitors took the lead as a result of…
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The blue and golds went down to defeat in dissapointing style at the Leisure Centre last Saturday. A stuttering below par performance saw them have ample chances to win the game against a much improved Horners outfit from last season. The hosts started brightly as Steve Davidson’s long pass found Lee Facus out wide who sprinted away and did well to score despite the best efforts of at least 2…
The blue and golds managed to field a much beefier side at last weekend and with a little more concentration when they led 20-16 with 20 minutes to go,could well have taken their first league points of the season. They paraded two new signings in second rowers Nathan Wilkinson and Steve White and also welcomed back Gavin Proctor and Steve Davidson to the fold. The hosts took the lead with…