The form book was turned inside out for this second round tie at the Beverley Leisure Centre on Saturday.
Beverley ARLC have announced they are to move their second round Yorkshire Cup clash with Haworth Park.
The blue and gold thoroughly deserved this morale boosting victory at the Leisure Centre last Saturday. Trailing 18-4 at the break, they staged a thrilling second half revival to overcome
Beverley ARLC get there 2013/14 campaign under-way this Saturday when they make the trip to face Lambwath Lions. There have been a number of changes around the Hull & District League during the Summer.
Skirlaugh Bulls under 14s came away victorious in the Peter Lowthorpe Memorial Cup Final beating West Hull 32-12 at Haworth Park.
This ‘home’ fixture had to be switched to Haworth Park at short notice due to the Beverley Leisure Centre being unavailable due to cricket.
The blue and golds will resume playing this Saturday when they take on Haworth Park at home. The match is one of three remaining fixtures, which have yet to be completed in the Hull & District League.
The blue and golds just scraped through this frustratingly stop start encounter at the Beverley Leisure Centre last Saturday.
The blue and golds will return to action this weekend after a four-week lay-off due to postponements and the Easter break.
The blue and golds’ fixture against Hull Isberg at the Leisure Centre last Saturday was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
The blue and golds clinically dispatched of a plucky Park Rangers outfit on a foul afternoon in Hull last Saturday. Coach Guy Adams had to contend with a number of absentees due to work commitments and forced him to re-shuffle his starting lineup.
The blue and golds came away with two very valuable league points at the end of an eventful afternoon. The designated referee failed to turn up at the scheduled kick off time of 2pm.
Beverley ARLC hosted Haworth Park Rangers at the Beverley Leisure Centre this weekend. The Blue & Golds have not had many wins this season but on Saturday, everything clicked as they thrashed Rangers 50 – 11.
The blue and golds saw their first action in a month due to recent postponements in the first round of the Council Cup last Saturday at Lambwath.
The blue and golds fixture against Haworth Park Rangers became a victim of the big freeze. Beverley will be hoping for a thaw this Saturday when they face the daunting trip to face the still
Beverley ARLC received a double boost ahead of this game at the Beverley Leisure Centre last Saturday. Ben Calvert decided to remain with the club and opt out of a proposed move to Skirlaugh
This was always going to be a tough encounter on the East coast against a side that will contest the Tom Beeutiman Cup Final against Cottingham Tigers next month but the way the blue and golds played in the opening 30 minutes suggested an unlikely victory.
The blue and golds will resume playing this weekend in the second round of the Tom Beautiman Cup at home to Haworth Park. The two sides met only three weeks ago in the league with Beverley ARLC being edged out 24-22 in a game they led for long periods.