Beverley played their first game for two weeks, travelling to Hessle, who they defeated 3 – 0 a fortnight ago. Town welcomed back Danny Norton; Nathan White made his first start of the season and captain Jonny Ricardo returned in place of Asa Pardoe, who was on holiday.
Beverley Town Football Club Have moved up to second place in the Humber Premier League. Town faced Hessle Rangers, a side they have beaten already this year and came away with a comfortable 3 – 1 victory.
AFC Tickton sharks will be looking to bounce back from their cup defeat last weekend as they get their new season under with a home game against Hessle Rangers Royals.
Humber Premier League Champions Beverley Town return to action this weekend with an away game at Hessle Rangers.
Beverley welcomed back a number of players for their Humber Premier League clash with North Cave. Player of the year Adam Nicholson returned in goal after an ankle injury, alongside Rob Northen
Beverley Town Football Club remained top of the Humber Premier League thanks to a vital away win against North Cave.
Beverley Town Football Club remain one point clear at the top of the Humber Premier League after they beat Hessle Rangers.
Beverley Town Football Club travelled to Filey to take on Scarborough Athletic who have been newly promoted to the Humber Premier League this season.
AFC Tickton Sharks drew and lost in their two matches against East Hull Saints AFC at Longcroft School.
Beverley had their first away game for ten weeks, travelling to Brough to play Hessle Rangers who were sitting ninth in the Humber Premier League and were coming into the game on the back of a good victory away to Crown the previous week.
Beverley Town Football Club came from behind to beat Hessle Rangers 2 – 1 in the Humber Premier League. Town fell behind after a keeper Adam Nicholson failed to deal with a free kick
Beverley Town FC move top of the Humber Premier League with a 3 – 1 victory over Hessle Rangers at the Norwood Recreation Ground. It was not all plain sailing for Town, who despite dominating the game went a goal down to a header early in the first half.
Beverley Town FC progressed in the East Riding County FA Senior Cup as they beat North Cave for the second time in two weeks.
Hull College Girls were beaten in the U14 Plate Competition in the preliminary round by Hessle Rangers Juniors. The girls were a player down throughout the game as they battled it out on the field against the lads.
Hodgsons FC were beaten 3 – 1 by Hessle Rangers at Bishop Burton College. Tom Davies had given the Tanners the lead in the first half though Rangers came out stronger, Mike Jones scored twice for Rangers
Beverley Town Wanderers earnt the title “The Invincibles”, bringing their season to a close with two more emphatic victories, this time at Hessle Rangers Colts, taking their remarkable end of season tally to an outstanding played 20
Beverley Whitestar Girls were one of eight under 10 sides lucky enough to play at the KC Stadium. Clubs from around the region were invited to take by the East Riding County FA to take part in the matches that were played during the half time
Beverley Whitestar brushed aside Hessle Rangers with a comprehensive 7 – 1 win in the Hull Boys Sunday Football League.
Kurt Pelham and James Ayre scored twice each in the win with Alex Ford