The blue and golds will reflect on a few missed chances in this trip up the coast but the crucial difference between the two sides appeared to be the pace of the home side’s wingers and full back.
Beverley Braves and Hull Wyke under 12s served up an exciting game of rugby league that showed little evidence of the fact both teams have not played much competitive rugby for some time.
The blue and golds will feel very unlucky to have not got anything out of this match. For seventy minutes of the match, both sides appeared very well
Some outstanding goal-line defence towards the end saw the young Braves thwart all Wyke’s attempts to snatch the game at the death and emerge triumphant from this entertaining seesaw encounter.
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.
Beverley Braves under 11s lost to Hull Wyke by just two points in sweltering heat. A draw would who have been a fairer result as the two teams fought out a great game scoring four tries each.
The Beverley Braves were beaten this weekend by Hull Wyke in the Hull and District Youth Rugby League at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
The Beverley Braves U10s proved to be too good for Hull Wyke as the sides did battle playing a good game of rugby league in the rain at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
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
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Match reports from the Beverley Braves Under 9s and Under 10s. Both sides faced tricky away fixtures, the U9s may have been beaten but the U10s picked up their second win of the season with a fine performance against Hull Wyke.
The Beverley Braves needed to maintain their current form from previous matches against a strong looking Wyke side and it was the visitors who had the early pressure.
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The blue and golds make the trip to Pontefract this Saturday to play Chequerfield Rangers in a pre-season friendly. The new season will commence the first weekend of September and the picture is now a little clearer as to the make up of the two divisions. West Hull ‘A’,East Hull ‘A’,Skirlaugh ‘A’ and Dockers ‘A’ have left the Hull & District League to play in a March to November season…
James McGahey set the tone for a fantastic 54-18 victory for Beverley Braves under-13s over an outclassed but battling Hull Wyke side. But it was a real team performance, with Joe Wardill on hand at the right time to help himself to a quartet of tries and everyone on the pitch playing at the top of their form. The match started with a minute’s silence for Councillor Brenda Petch, who…
The Beverley Braves under 9s, under 8s and under 10s hosted Hull Wyke as they continued their build up to the new season. The Beverley Braves under 8s won both their games while the other two age groups were narrowly beaten. HU17.net Picture Gallery: Click on the thumbnail picture below to enlarge the image to full size HU17.net Picture Gallery: Click on the thumbnail picture below to enlarge the image…