The blue and golds gave a tremendous exhibition of rugby to a big crowd under floodlights on this history-making day.
Beverley ARLC managed to hang on for the points in this one against a spirited Bentley side from South Yorkshire whose beefy pack of forwards just never stopped plugging away until the final whistle.
The blue and golds cut loose in the second half of this encounter at the Beverley Leisure Centre to boost their point’s difference and keep their top four hopes alive.
This was a pleasing event all round. Both sides were led onto the field by bagpipes, and last post was played and a minute’s silence was observed for the VE anniversary and the Keighley player Danny Jones.
The blue and golds came away from this West Riding trip pointless but can take some positives from the performance with a hugely under strength side.
This was the blue and golds finest performance of the season, and the win has rekindled their hopes of ending the season as Champions.
The blue and golds took complete control in the second half of this potentially tricky fixture to post another two valuable league points at the Marist Sporting Club last Saturday.
The blue and golds picked another two league points on their relentless quest towards signing off from the Hull & District League Division One as champions.
The blue and golds claimed another two league points in a stop-start penalty rid encounter last Saturday at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
The blue and golds came through this potential banana skin and showed character in what was a tense game for almost 70 minutes.
This was arguably the finest game that Beverley has been involved in for many seasons and Beverley came out on top as they progressed to the Tom Beautiman Cup Final.
The blue and golds progressed to the next round of this cup competition despite producing possibly their worst performance of the season.
Ben Calvert said he was gob smacked after picking up three accolades at glitzy Beverley ARLC awards dinner night.
Officials at Beverley ARLC were full of excitement for the forthcoming 2014/2015 season in the Hull & District League having appointed a new coaching team. The two names will be familiar to many people in sporting circles in the town.
The blue and golds were edged out in this their first outing since April 5th. Coach Guy Adams could select from a virtual full-strength squad with only Rich Etherington unavailable.
Beverley ARLC produced their most complete performance in both attack and defence last Saturday to claim both league points at the Beverley Leisure Centre on Saturday. Coach Guy Adams had a near full-strength squad to select from and chose to tinker with the positions a little.
This was arguably the blue and golds best performance of the season against the league leaders at the Beverley Leisure Centre on Saturday.
The blue and golds had a huge list of players unavailable for various reasons the day this match. Coach Guy Adams had only 14 fit players to choose from, and with no league points at stake the club