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.
Beverley Braves under 12s, struggling for players due to injury, illness and holidays lived up to their name once again but just fell short against the league leaders Hull Dockers.
This Roly Holder Memorial Cup 2014 quarter final between Beverley Braves and Hull Dockers under 12s would have been a good enough match to grace the final,
Beverley Braves under 11s bounced back from an indifferent performance last week to beat Dockers by two tries to nil, a figure which could have easily been more.
Skirlaugh produced a fine performance and their first win of the season, beating local rivals Hull Dockers 34pts -12pts.
A day to forget for Hull Dockers as they went down to a heavy 0pts – 52pts defeat at home against a spirited Wigan St Patrick’s side.
West Hull eased their way into the 3rd round of the Tetley’s Challenge Cup after a comfortable 28 – 18 win over Thatto Heat.
West Hull took on their local rivals Hull Dockers in the National Conference League this Saturday. Bragging rights were earned for the boys in green after comprehensive victory that saw the home team score forty points without reply.
Hull Dockers played their part in a tight match that ended all square. Hull Dockers entertained Leigh Miners Rangers in the National Conference League.
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 was hoping to move away from the bottom three, but took a setback on Saturday after going down 10pts to 22pts against local rivals Hull Dockers.
Skirlaugh moved themselves out of the bottom three with a comfortable 32pts to 12 victory over Leigh Miner Rangers.
Another hot Sunday morning rugby started with a crunching tackle by Joe Wardill which knocked the ball out from the grasps of the Dockers player to be expertly picked up by James McGahey.
The Beverley Braves got off to a great start with Will Johnson taking the ball in strongly, the ball then found Keegan Bartlett who expertly kicked it across field.
Beverley went to East Hull and came away with the spoils in a rough game that just about simmered under boiling point for its entirety.
Beverley ARLC went into this fixture with a number of absentees due to work commitments. The two Steve Davidsons were missing as were Adam Norton and Mark Nicholson.