Beverley ARLC will commence their 2014/15 campaign this Saturday. The make-up of the two divisions in the Hull & District League has now been confirmed.
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.
Quite possibly the best squash club in the area, that is how one member, Phil Moses feels about Beverley Squash and Racketball Club after a season that has seen the club enjoy so much success.
Rugby League will finally return to Beverley as the Blue and Golds will at least get to complete their second round cup tie against Haworth Park.
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.
Beverly Braves U10s enjoyed a fine win as they beat Hull Victoria by 20 points in the Hull & District League.
After the bitter taste of cup final defeat Beverley Braves wanted to cement their place at the top of the league with a win over their nearest rivals Hull Isberg.
The Beverley Braves U15s beat the Myton Warriors 56 – 0 at the Beverley Leisure Centre to make it nine wins in nine for the season.
Action from the Beverley Leisure Centre where the Beverley Braves hosted Lambwath Lions in the Hull & District League. The Braves, playing in blue got off to the quick start scoring early in the game and never really looked back.
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 hoped to play this cup tie for league points in order for them to complete their league campaign. Their opponents astonishingly refused to agree to this.
Beverley continued the season with some more quality rugby as soon as the whistle blew to start the game. Their physical intensity overwhelms the opposition and despite some excellent defensive tackling from Wyke
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.
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.
Watching the two sides warm up last Saturday at the Leisure Centre, the sheer physical presence of the West Riding outfit was always going to be a deciding factor in this Yorkshire Cup tie.
The blue and golds will be very disappointed to have not taken both points from this encounter at Haworth Park. They led 12-0 after 15 minutes and were 22-14 up with just 15 minutes to go.They clearly have the ability to win games like this but a little bit of tactical naivety at times proved to be their undoing.
This game proved to be a tough ask against a strong Hull Dockers second string. The hosts trailed 20-0 at the break and had to play 50 minutes of the game with only 12 men following the dismissal of full back Steve Connolly.
The blue and golds will start their Hull & District League campaign this Saturday away to Three Tuns (formerly GW Horners). Guy Adams was pleased with the squad’s only run out against quality opposition Wortley Dragons three weeks ago.