A much improved Myton Warriors side made this a real competition at the Beverley leisure centre, matching the Beverley Braves for effort for the full hour, but the Braves had the upper hand with regards to skill levels and this showed throughout.
MOTM Ollie Gresswell led from the front as in recent weeks and was the pick of the forwards, just edging a fine supporting cast of Jack Dixon, Alex Nuttall and Owen Lightfoot with Dixon powering over for a early brace of tries in typical fashion, Owen Miller adding the conversions.
Don’t be fooled by this score line as the young Braves gave the much bigger Bulls a real scare before a 10-minute spell immediately after the break when Beverley never touched the ball finally broke them.
After a cagey opening quarter when Myton Warriors gave as good as they got, the Beverley Braves got into their groove and eventually ran away with the game romping home 38 to nothing, the second clean sheet in a fortnight.
A Joe McCabe hat trick ensured the Braves grabbed the spoils out at Keyingham but even that wasn’t enough for him to earn the man of the match award as work horse Josh Hamlyn took that accolade after a tireless performance from the second row.