In recent years Holderness away has not been a happy hunting ground for this Beverley team often making the long journey home after a sound beating
Two games played and two games won for Beverley Braves 14s, but once again it was a close finish as they ran out 27-23 winners against Holderness Vikings at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
Beverley Braves under 13s were once again within a converted try of victory as a squad depleted by illness and injury travelled to Holderness Vikings.
The blue and golds usher in a new era this Saturday when they begin their Yorkshire League Division One campaign at home to Oulton Raiders.
Beverley Braves under 12s were taught a harsh lesson at Keyingham, crushed by 40 points to 8 by a well drilled but skilful team display by Holderness Vikings.
Beverley Braves just lost out in a tight encounter that brought out the best in both teams. The Vikings opened the scoring, but Beverley were soon level after a powerful run from Charlie Brown.
After an eventful weekend last week taking on the best the West side of the River Hull could provide the Beverley Braves were brought down to earth with a bump by one of the best sides to the east of the river, Holderness Vikings.
Beverley Braves under 11s did not make enough use of the possession they had in this game and as a result came out on the wrong end of a 4- 24 score line against Holderness Vikings at Longcroft.
The Beverley Braves under 10s finished their season with a disappointing defeat at Holderness Vikings. The game rearranged from earlier in the season played on Saturday 6th October in lovely sunny conditions ended in a 40-12 defeat.
An important meeting will take place this Monday 13th August 7.30pm at the Hodgsons Pub. It is a joint meeting between the open age section, and the Beverley Braves.
The blue and golds travelled out to Keyingham last Saturday on a near perfect Spring afternoon welcoming back Lee Stevens, Gavin Platt and Adam Norton from their various work commitments to bolster up the pack.
This was a creditable and encouraging performance by the blue and golds against a side in third place in the league. A combination of suspensions, holiday and work commitments left them without key players
Beverley ARLC return to action after a three week layoff this Saturday. They will play Fenners away in the first round of the Council Trophy. Beverley still have 2 outstanding league fixtures remaining.
Beverley ARLC bowed out of the Council Cup at the first round stage last Saturday at Costello. In a familiar tale for the visitors. There was effort and enthusiasm aplenty but errors were made at vital stages.
The blue and golds fixture last Saturday at Keyingham against Holderness Vikings was postponed along with all but one of the Hull & District League programme of fixtures as an icy blast swept East Yorkshire.
Beverley’s season continues along the same theme. Pride and passion aplenty but littered with mistakes that are so often ruthlessly punished by the opposition.
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