Hard to know what you can say about this. Sixteen tries and nine conversions. 98-0 and every bit as bad as it sounds.
Beverley RUFC Director of Rugby Junior Tupai is in a confident mood ahead this weekend’s season opener against Morley.
A carefree romp with eighty six points brought the curtain down on another season at Beaver Park. Neither side had anything at stake here and both threw the ball about with abandon.
They do not come more exciting than this. This was some match, with an unbearable last five minutes for both sets of supporters. Huddersfield are going full belt for promotion and against a side
This was more like it from Beverley. After a fairly dismal performance the previous week Beverley RUFC got back to form here and cruised home in fine style
Beverley RUFC face Burnage RUFC in the penultimate home game of the season at Beaver Park on Saturday, Kick-off 3.p.m. The match has no sponsor but a full house is guaranteed since it is the Club’s annual Ladies Day
Cold, wet, windy, a long suspension of play for a serious injury, and a stand full of home supporters who seldom paused in their relentless whingeing at the referee.
A humdinger of a match. An encounter with high flying Sale when nearly a dozen of your first team squad are unavailable would not be many clubs’ first choice for a fixture.
Beverley RUFC coach Anthony Posa is hoping his side can bounce back from a recent dip in form that has seen them lose back to back games.
Wind, mud, and a day to forget for Beverley. Given the conditions there was never likely to be much finesse on view but Waterloo played by far the better rugby and fully deserved to win.
Plenty of endeavour and spirit but it all got rather bogged down in the wet and heavy going. Both these high scoring sides are in fine form at the moment and on a dry day this would probably have been a cracker.
Another afternoon of thrilling rugby and another good win for Beverley. Beverley at the moment are in a rich vein of form, averaging over 35 points a game in their latest ten matches.
Beverley RUFC made it two wins in two as they beat Sandal at Beaver Park. The win keeps the Beavers in sixth spot in the National North Three table on 51 points.