Beverley Buccaneers got off to a perfect start in the ECB NatWest Twenty20 as they thrashed the Cottingham Super Chargers by 118 runs at Norwood
Beverley Town Cricket Club third team know a good result on Saturday could see them end the day in the top three of the league.
On a warmer and sunnier day than experienced so far this season saw two of the Eastern Conference division 1 pace setters face each other at Newport.
Following last week’s defeat at the hands of Humbleton, Beverley Town Cricket Club 3rd team are looking to kick start their season on the back of an interrupted opening to this year’s campaign.
Beverley RUFC Colts were left disappointed after they were beaten by Sheffield the semi-final of Yorkshire cup at Beaver Park.
Beverley RUFC Colts return to action today just one game away from reaching the Yorkshire Cup Final.
Beverley RUFC Colts travelled down to Selby in the quarter final of the Yorkshire Cup for the second time in three weeks, to gain revenge from the heart break in the league.
Beverley RUFC Colts travelled to Cleckheaton in the Yorkshire Cup. Due to injuries Beverley where not up to full strength with players playing out of position.
Beverley RUFC Colts faced local and league rivals Pocklington at Percy Road. With a sunny day, these were perfect conditions for Beverley’s backs to shine as they have all season.
Beverley RUFC Colts made the trip to Cleethorpes for an arranged friendly, but the match turned out to be anything but a friendly.
Beverley RUFC Colts ended a run of three consecutive defeats as they demolished Selby at Beaver Park by 22 points.
Beverley RUFC Colts made the longest trip of the season to Wharfedale. The Colts were on the back on two narrow losses to Pocklington and Wath Upon Dearne.
Beverley RUFC Colts for the second game in a row gave missed out on victory after conceding late on against Wath Upon Dearne at Beaver Park.
A stunning catch by Joey Franklin was just one of many highlights at the Norwood Recreation Ground in Beverley Town Cricket Club 4XI win over Fenner.
Beverley Town 4th XI made the short trip to Walkington for an important fixture between two sides hovering dangerously near the foot of the York & District Senior Cricket League Conference 1 table.
On Sunday, the 4th XI, with 8 Under 19s in their side, travelled to face HICE 1st XI at Brantingham.
Beverley Town Cricket Club 3rd XI entertained Hornsea 2nd XI at the Norwood Recreation Ground beating the bottom side by 100 runs.