The Blue and Golds slipped to this comprehensive defeat against their significantly bulkier and more experienced opponents last Saturday on their travels through to York.
The Blue and Golds will return to action this weekend after a fortnight’s lay-off.
They will travel to Bradford to play Dudley Hill in a cross-division fixture. It will be the longest trip in this Covid-effected regionalised format kicking off at 2.30 PM on Saturday.
York Acorn inflicted the first defeat on Beverley beating the blue and gold 13-6 at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
As the low score-line suggests, the game was something of a grind. A York Acorn outfit brought size and bulk all around the park and won the arm-wrestle.
The Blue and Golds backed up from last weekend’s momentous victory to make it 2 from 2 in NCL Group G beating the Myton Warriors 22-10.
Having set the bar very high they were under pressure to maintain it and the warmest day of the year so far saw another large crowd soak up the sun.
Beverley ARLFC produced a near-perfect performance to knock out the BARLA National Cup holders Thatto Heath at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
As a result of their win, the Blue and Golds have booked their place in the competition semi-finals. Beverley will now go into the hat alongside Siddal, Kells.
The Blue and Golds have just held their end of season awards for 2019. Outgoing Head Coach Scott Taylor shared his views on the season.
Reflecting on what has been a difficult year for the club on the pitch, Taylor still remained upbeat.
Beverley ARLFC will welcome West Bowling to the Beverley Leisure Centre for their final home game of the season.
West Bowling arrive in good form and top the National Conference League. While Beverley will go into the match having lost their last two fixtures.
Beverley ARLFC will be back in action this weekend following their week off during the Easter break.
Scott Taylor and his side will hit the road as they head off to West Yorkshire to face West Bowling. In recent years the sides have met with Beverley managing just one win.
Beverley ARLFC will welcome Crosfields to the Beverley Leisure Centre as they return to National Conference League Action.
Scott Taylor and his side will be looking to continue their impressive home form and make it three straight wins.
Beverley ARLFC came close to winning their first away game of the season, only to be pegged back by Wigan St Judes.
As the 40-40 scoreline suggests, attack won the day over the defence in this encounter in Wigan.
Beverley ARLFC are back in National Conference League action this weekend. Scott Taylor and his side face a trip to bottom club Clock Face Miners.
Taylor will be hoping his side can come up with the goods and claim what would be their first away win at the third time of asking.
The blue and golds kick-started their season with this win which was harder work than the scoreline suggests. Barrow Island arrived in town looking to extend a seven-game winning run stretching back to last July but the hosts had other ideas.
Barrow looked to blow the opposition away very early on and raced to an 18-0 lead in only 11 minutes. Jack Howdle forced his way over from close range quickly followed by a try from dummy half by Tom Moor.
This victory in a pre-season friendly against higher ranked opposition should prove a huge morale booster for Scott Taylor’s men ahead of the start of the campaign in March.
Beverley brought a strong squad of 19 along to Marist including a recalled Alex Starling out of retirement.
Beverley ARLC were dumped out of the Challenge Cup as they were well beaten on the road by 42-4 by York Acorn.
For Beverley, this was always going to be a big ask and certainly a major task as their first competitive game of the new season.
Beverley ARLC will look to win the National Conference League Division 3 title on Saturday, something they can do by beat in form Millom.
Saturday could see Beverley crowned Champions with games to spare and clinch the title and promotion at the first time of asking.
Beverley ARLC have moved a step closer to clinching the National Conference Division title after they beat Clock Face Miners 26-12 at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
Beverley never really looked like they were in the game and for long spells in the first period were mere spectators as Clock Face Miners looked to cause an upset by beating the champions elect.
Beverley ARLC kept their unbeaten league record intact but it was again very much put to the test by Woolston Rovers who came to the Beverley Leisure Centre in good form.
Rovers, who had won three on the bounce were determined to put a dent in Beverley’s title hopes, as they arrived with a robust pack on another hot afternoon that was about both sides toughing it out.
A Sam Brown try in the dying minutes of this top of the table clash rescued a point for the blue and golds as they could only manage a draw against Clock Face Miners in the NCL.
The weather, in the former mining village on the outskirts of St Helens, was about as hot for playing as anyone at the club can remember.