Beverley Town Cricket Club travelled to Driffield looking to a great step to confirming their status in the Premier Division needing 45 points from 90 available in the final three games.
Beverley Town Cricket Club second team suffered a seven wicket defeat as they were well beaten by Sewerby.
Beverley RUFC Colts missed out on completing the double after they were beaten 27-11 by Sheffield in the Yorkshire Cup Final.
Beverley RUFC Colts reached the semi-final of the Yorkshire Cup this weekend as they overcame Middlesbrough at Beaver Park.
Beverley RUFC Colts will be looking to bounce back from last weekend’s defeat as they host Middlesbrough in the Yorkshire Cup.
Having read many match reports in both divisions and having seen a plethora of excuses I am determined as the narrator of this week’s tale that there will be no excuses
Beverley’s Young Beavers were celebrating week after they completed the indoor cricket double by clinching the knock out cup.
Finally after the Christmas break and a further 3 weeks enforced absence due to the weather, Beverley Colts were back in action against Malton.
Beverley RUFC Colts are sitting pretty at the top of Division II of the Yorkshire Senior Colts League.
Beverley came up with the goods over a good sandal side who had not been beaten thus far in the league
the game was played in blustery but clear conditions and Beverley kicked off
In wet and windy conditions Beverley proved themselves to be far too strong for Rotherham in almost every department
Beverley RUFC Colts travelled to York in what was always going to be a tough encounter for the Colts.
We would all like to wish the best of luck to Sam Harman who played his last game this weekend ahead of joining the Royal Marines. He signed off with a great last game finishing with 4 tries – Joey Franklin
Beverley RUFC Colts were on the road again for the second time in two weeks as they take on Yarnbury. Beverley had a few key players missing after their faultless performance at Cleckheaton
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 thirds kept themselves in the promotion hunt as they ticked off another 30 point victory at the weekend.
Will Harrison scored an unbeaten 83 as Beverley Town Cricket Club beat Humbleton by five wickets at the Norwood Recreation Ground.