It was good day for Beverley Town Cricket Club as all four senior teams won on Saturday on what was a perfect weekend for playing cricket.
A remarkable series of three close games on Saturday saw Beverley Town Cricket Club lose two and tie one match as the 1st XI were the only Saturday winners with a 4-wicket success at Whitkirk.
The other three teams could all have won with the 2nds and 4ths particularly wasteful in chasing relatively low scores at Norwood.
Beverley Town Cricket Club third teams chance of promotion is now in the hands of the other top sides of the division after a rain affected bank holiday fixture list.
Beverley Town Cricket Club will welcome Driffield Town to the Norwood Recreation Ground this weekend in game that Beverley’s captain, Alex Nightingale says they simply must win.
Beverley Town Cricket Club third team yet again go into a season defining fixture this weekend at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
This weekend sees Beverley Town CC thirds welcome the top team in the Hunters York & District Senior Cricket League, Humbleton, to the Norwood Recreation Ground.
An unbeaten 95 by Tim Smith ensured Beverley Town Cricket Club secured maximum points as they beat Hornsea by nine wickets.
James Broekhuizen was the standout performer for Beverley Town Crciket Club this weekend as he top scored on his return.
Beverley Town CC Thirds will look to get back on track this weekend when they host North Dalton at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
Beverley Town Cricket Club thirds continue to fly after they made it three wins on the spin by beating Driffield by 34 runs.
Beverley Town Cricket Club third team hit the road this weekend as they make the relatively short trip to face Driffield.
Beverley Town Cricket Club third team claimed a massive victory earning 30 points after they beat Hull Ionians Coal Exporters by 8 runs at the Norwood
Beverley Town Cricket Club 3 XI picked up 27 points after they drew with Hill Top in the York and Senior District Cricket League.
On Saturday, Beverley Town Cricket Club 4th XI travelled to Eastrington and battled hard to come away with a losing draw.
Sam Welburm Skipper of Beverley Town Cricket Club 3rd XI has described Kieran Simpson’s first hundred for the club as fantastic.
Beverley Town Cricket Club 4th XI were in a strong position at the Norwood Recreation Ground when their game against HICE was abandoned.
Beverley Town Cricket Club 4th XI gained a winning draw in a one-sided game against Hessle 2nd XI at the Norwood recreation Ground.
It was heartening to see Beverley and Sutton field sides containing young (and some old) players and score almost 450 runs between them in a competitive good-natured manner.