Last weekend brought a bumper crop of points for Beverley Town Cricket Club as they recorded two wins and three winning draws from their five games.
Beverley Town Cricket Club had three wins last weekend with the 1st and 2nd XIs both beating local rivals.
The 4th XI continues to dominate their division after a comfortable win while the 3rds and 5ths both lost after lengthy unbeaten runs.
A busy day at the Norwood Recreation Ground saw Beverley Town Cricket Club lift two of the three junior cricket cups.
On a surprisingly low scoring day none of the teams batting first reached 100 runs. The Under 11s kicked off proceedings by posting 89 for 8 from their 20 overs against a very good Welton side that had beaten Beverley earlier in the season.
Beverley Town Cricket Club enjoyed a mixed set of results over the weekend that saw two teams win and two of their sides defeated, with the fifth team benefiting from a’walk over’.
Beverley Town Cricket Club first team drew with Hull Zingari on what was a perfect day for cricket at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
Skipper Andy Burton was pleased with his sides efforts that saw Beverley get 26 points as Zingari held on to earn a losing draw.
The Hunters York & District Senior League title race will go down to the wire after the penultimate round of matches was almost entirely wiped out by wet weather.
Beverley Town Cricket Club saw three of their youngsters take part in special match at the Norwood Recreation Ground against the MCC.
Hunters York & District Senior League Premier Division leaders Easingwold retained the advantage over title rivals Clifton Alliance extending their unbeaten run
Hull Zingari provided the day’s biggest surprise winning at Beverley Town by 100 runs. Guy Martinson (69) top scored in the visitors 262-8, and Jack Storey marked his return to the club with 39
Beverley Town Cricket Club bounced back from the disappointment of last week’s 87 all out to score 196-7 which was enough to beat hosts Bolton Percy by three wickets.
Easingwold and Studley Royal remain in the promotion places in the Hunters York & District Senior League Premier Division while Beverley Town CC drew with Clifton Alliance
Driffield Town came out on top at local rivals Beverley Town Tpwn Cricket Club winning by 75 runs. Luke Ramsey (67) top scored in the his sides total of 240-7, and despite Matthew Mudd
Clifton Alliance took over at the top of the Hunters York & District Senior League after Easingwold lost at Driffield Town and last season’s Division One champions
Sheriff Hutton Bridge are the Hunters York & District Senior Cricket League champions, victory over Clifton Alliance securing them a first Premier Division title
There was another dramatic finish at at the Norwood Recreation Ground as Beverley Town Cricket Club beat Studley Royal with just three balls to spare.
Beverley Town Cricket Club travelled to North Yorkshire to face title chasing Sheriff Hutton Bridge on the back of some good recent form.