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 consolidated their mid table position with a fifth league win of the season away at a damp Hull Isberg.
Unusual conditions greeted the Beverley Braves for this derby match with a pitch made unpredictable by having a thick layer of cut grass covering the whole field.
The blue and golds played their final league match of the 2013/14 season and competed well for most of the game, and if they were more able to capitalise on attacking opportunities, the score line would have more reflected the game.
Beverley ARLC return to action this Saturday for what will their final league fixture of the 2013/14 campaign, although there will be the usual end of season cups to follow.
Beverley ARLC produced their most complete performance in both attack and defence last Saturday to claim both league points at the Beverley Leisure Centre on Saturday. Coach Guy Adams had a near full-strength squad to select from and chose to tinker with the positions a little.
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.
The blue and golds pre-season training is now in full swing ahead of the start of the 2013/14 campaign in September.
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.
This was the Hull and District Youth group cup final and favourites Beverley Braves who were undefeated this season with only 28 points scored against them so far in nine matches.
The Beverley Braves U11s were beaten by Hull Isberg 34-16 at the Beverley Leisure Centre in the Hull and District Youth Rugby League.
The blue and golds’ fixture against Hull Isberg at the Leisure Centre last Saturday was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch.
The blue and golds clinically dispatched of a plucky Park Rangers outfit on a foul afternoon in Hull last Saturday. Coach Guy Adams had to contend with a number of absentees due to work commitments and forced him to re-shuffle his starting lineup.
To continue to give the rugby league teams who wish to play during the school holiday period, the league decided to run a 9 – a side tournament.
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.
The blue and golds went down to defeat again at the Leisure Centre last Saturday. Once again there was no shortage of effort, endeavour and spirit but they were sadly lacking a playmaker which would have converted pressure into points.
Some very difficult conditions were felt this Sunday morning as swirling winds blew around the field but despite this both teams played some skillful rugby. Within just a few minutes Beverley gained possession as Keegan Bartlett bravely picked up a loose ball and from this the flowing move gathered momentum down the line reaching Joe Wardill who threw a superb dummy and opened up a gap in Hull’s defence and…
The blue and golds suffered their heaviest defeat thus far this season on their travels last Saturday. There was no shortage of effort but they were outsmarted by their more youthful opponents as their disappointing run of results continue. They went into the game without their talismanic number nine Gavin Proctor who was sorely missed with the side lacking organisation. The writing was on the wall in the 10th minute…