The blue and golds just fell at the final hurdle in their bid for Grand Final glory at the home of Batley Bulldogs on Saturday. They had to admit that the best team on the day won.
Beverley came into the final expecting a different type of game to the previous week’s war of attrition in the semi-final and their opponents expansive attacking machine proved to be just a little too much to handle.
The blue and golds were outplayed by the champions elect Siddal Academy as the visitors secured their second win over Beverley in as many weeks at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
Missing a few frontline players the home side found it difficult to contain their skillful and pacey opponents. However they did rally in the second half and it was to their credit that they kept the score respectable.
From coaching national and international rugby teams to protecting properties from infestations of rodents, Elite Pest Control’s Gary Wilkinson has had a varied career and, with 32 years of experience in the industry, is sure to be able to humanely pest proof any business premises or private property.
After a fruitful career in rugby, which saw him coach teams such as the first team at Hull Kingston Rovers, Hull FC’s under 23 squad, Ideal ABI, the Great Britain students team and the Sheffield Eagles, Gary is turning his full attention to his business, Elite Pest Control.
Beverley Racecourse has teamed up with rugby league club Hull FC for a week-long series of fun activities featuring an afternoon of racing and a big match at the KCOM stadium.
While the grown-ups enjoy an exciting afternoon of racing on Wednesday, May 31, younger fans can meet the squad, take a selfie with the Challenge Cup and try for a prize in Hull FC’s popular “Boot It” kicking competition.
Hull City Council, in partnership with a number of key stakeholders including local rugby league club Hull FC and the armed forces, will commemorate the life, career and bravery of one of the city’s greatest heroes, a century on from Harrison being posthumously awarded the Victoria Cross in 1917.
The former rugby star, Sutton resident and Lime Street School teacher was killed in action during World War One in May 1917 at Oppy Wood, France.
A “high performing” further education college has become only the third in the country to retain its overall grading of “good” after a full Ofsted inspection since the assessment criteria was changed.
Bishop Burton College has been praised for its impressive success rates, inspiring resources and facilities and strong links with employers and other partners, which ensure the vast majority of students secure work or a higher level of study at the end of their course.