The Christmas break in fixtures gives Beverley RUFC the opportunity to reflect on the season so far.
Beverley RUFC start the new season in National League Division 3 (North) on Saturday with a visit to Morley in West Yorkshire.
Job done. Beverley RUFC needed just two points to be certain of finishing as champions of North One East and they duly got them here. They were far from their best for most of this match but who cares.
A curiously flat affair which was rather strange given that Beverley ran in eleven tries, some of them in thrilling fashion. With Darlington’s main pitch unavailable the game was moved to a side pitch
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.
Some good rugby but overall a rather strange game. The outcome was settled in a devastating quarter of an hour spell at the end of the first half during which Beverley RUFC ran in five unanswered tries.
Beverley RUFC entertain Middlesbrough this Saturday in their re-arranged North 1(East) fixture and hope to see the return of some of their injured first team squad.
Beverley RUFC entertain Middlesbrough this Saturday in their North 1(East) fixture and hope to see the return of some of their injured first team squad.
Despite their comparatively low league position, Malton pushed the Beverley RUFC all the way in the corresponding fixture at Beaver Park last September
This Saturday sees the clash of the two leading teams in North 1 (East) when leaders Wheatley Hills take on second place Beverley RUFC at their Brunel Road ground.
Beverley RUFC will embark upon their new season on Saturday with a visit to Halifax where they will take on Old Crossleyans in the North One (East) fixture.
Beverley RUFC kick-off their new season with a home friendly match against Scunthorpe on Saturday at Beaver Park Kick-off 3.00.p.m. Training has been going fairly well during the past month and most of last season’s squad have remained at the club.
Beverley RUFC resume their battle against relegation from National League 3 (North) with a tough assignment at West Hartlepool on Saturday. Unfortunately they will have to do so without their contingent of Yorkshire Under 20’s players
A thrilling match and a terrific second half. At halftime Beverley RUFC were down and out. They trailed 17-5; their influential fly half was on his way to hospital with a suspected broken leg, and a red card had reduced them to fourteen.
This was more like it. After a below-par performance at Altrincham the previous week Beverley RUFC got back to their good form of recent weeks and secured a fine win against fifth placed Birkenhead Park.
A curiously flat affair. Given their league positions this was a game both sides desperately needed to win. Altrincham for their part went all out for it but Beverley RUFC after their recent good form strangely never really turned up here and in the end were lucky