Beverley are on the road this week for the last time this year with a relatively short trip to Huddersfield YMCA who were one of the promoted teams last year from North East 2.
This match was Beverley’s to lose. And at the death they duly did. They had led 8-3 from early on and had successfully rebuffed all Cleckheaton’s efforts to get back into it.
A carefree romp with eighty six points brought the curtain down on another season at Beaver Park. Neither side had anything at stake here and both threw the ball about with abandon.
This was more like it from Beverley. After a fairly dismal performance the previous week Beverley RUFC got back to form here and cruised home in fine style
Beverley RUFC coach Anthony Posa is hoping his side can bounce back from a recent dip in form that has seen them lose back to back games.
Beverley RUFC resume their league programme this Saturday with a home fixture against struggling Firwood Waterloo at Beaver Park.
Impressive Beverley RUFC will be looking to maintain their fine form of late when they entertain yet another high flying National Three North side in Wakefield’s Sandal RUFC this Saturday
The Christmas break in fixtures gives Beverley RUFC the opportunity to reflect on the season so far.
A workmanlike display and a good win for Beverley. Apart from a scrappy twenty minute spell in the second half this was an enjoyable but unspectacular game.
Injury hit Beverley are preparing for their longest away fixture on Saturday against Penrith in Cumbria.
Huddersfield RUFC are this Saturday’s visitors to Beaver Park for the National League 3 fixture with the Beavers.
Beverley RUFC will be missing the big man Goran Jelencic for their first home game of the new National League Three season after he sustained a chipped elbow at Morley.
An exciting but ultimately disappointing return to National League Three for Beverley. Beverley have never won at Morley where for some unaccountable reason they invariably go to pieces so perhaps there was no real surprise in the result.
Beverley rounded off their league campaign in fine style to end the season twenty points clear at the top of North One East. In the twenty six games played they suffered only two defeats and scored 1229 points at an average of 47 points per game.
Beverley RUFC follow up their 71-13 thrashing of promotion hopefuls Wheatley Hills with a visit to another of the erstwhile playoff contenders Sheffield on Saturday.