Magazine Issue 109

August 28, 2012

Available from Molescroft News, Woodhall Way this week’s issue of Magazine features content from the following items that have a appeared on the web site;


Lewis Jenkinson Thinks SJT Is His Go-To Guy

July 20, 2012

Inter Beaver boss Lewis Jenkinson is hoping to go one better this season and win some silver ware with the Inter Beaver.Jenkinson guided the club to their first cup final in over 10 years last season only to see his side beaten in the final.


Birch & Pardoe Give Town The Points In Beverley’s Big Derby

November 26, 2011

Beverley Town dealt Hodgsons FC a big blow in their bid to retain their Humber Premier League status. Town took the lead early on after Eddie Birch latched on a keeping error to slot home from close range. Worse was to come for the Tanners as Asa Pardoe doubled the visitors lead in the second half all but ending any chance Hodgsons FC had of getting back into the game….


It’s Too Close To Call, Says Top Beverley Pundit

November 25, 2011

Local pride makes Saturday’s clash between Hodgsons and Beverley Town almost impossible to predict, says one local footballing expert. Former Beverley United manager Daniel Williams is well used to the passion displayed in derby matches, having been involved in so many during his tenure as manager of one of Beverley’s most successful teams. Like many, Williams is 24 days into his ‘Movember’ challenge, but is refusing to allow an itchy…


Kershaw Leads Hornsea To Victory Over Town

November 21, 2011

Beverley Town FC was beaten by Hornsea Town in the Whiteheads Fish & Chips League Cup. Town travelled to the Hollis Recreation Ground and would have fancied their chances in this football match against Hornsea, a tem Town beat earlier in the league. It was not meant to be and for Hornsea skipper John Kershaw the win after he was taunted by Town’s skipper Jonny Ricardo in their last meeeting. Final Score:…


Missed Chances Prove Costly For Town

November 7, 2011

Beverley Town were held to a draw by Westella & Willerby Reserves at the Norwood Recreation Ground. The sides shared the points after drawing 3 – 3 with Towns goals coming from Danny Mackevyc, Jordan Easter and Connor Hawkes. The result means Beverley Town are now 7th in the Humber Premier League with 19 points, 9 points behind league leaders Chalk Lane who won again at the weekend beating North…


Wam Bam Thank You Sam: Overton Strike Sinks Town

October 8, 2011

A Sam Overton strike early in the second half was enough to give Hodgsons FC a well earned victory over local rivals Beverley Town. Overton who left Town in the summer to play for Tanners headed the only goal of the game from close range after Town had failed to clear a corner. Town had two good chances to level the match; Jonny Ricardo saw his glancing header shave the…


Richard Durham: Town Will Win 3 – 1

October 7, 2011 has caught up with Richard Durham on the eve of the massive cup encounter that will take place this weekend featuring Hodgsons FC and Beverley Town. Durham has played for both sides in though his fitness levels have hampered his football career earning him the name ‘The Durham Hamstring’. On Saturday like many others in Beverley Durham will be pitch side to watch the two football giants of Beverley…


Cording Guides Town To Third While Walton Enjoys His Honeymoon

September 26, 2011

Beverley Town FC have climbed up to 3rd in the Humber Premier League thanks to a 3 – 1 home win over Crown FC. With manager Dave Walton away relaxing by the pool on his honeymoon it was left to Ross Cording to take charge. The return of Steven Irwin added some extra power to Town who were missing both Nathan White and Jonny Ricardo who are both suspended. Crown…


Ricardo Rocket Spoils Kershaw’s Return To Norwood

August 23, 2011

Beverley Town FC picked up their first win of their Humber Premier League season by beating Hornsea Town at 2 – 1 at the Norwood Recreation Ground. The game saw former Beverley player John Kershaw who signed for Hornsea during the summer returning to the club he had spent seven years playing for. Hornsea came closest to taking the lead in a sluggish first half when a shot from Dean…


Beverley Town End-Of-Season Awards

June 6, 2011

Beverley Town FC presented their end-of-season awards at the Beaver on Friday. The night was most notable for the announcement by chairman Stu Akaster that he was standing down after more than a decade at the helm. He was roundly applauded for his role in the club over the years and was thanked by in-coming chairman Raoul Lempriere. The prize winners were Asa Pardoe, Danny Cattle, Jonny Ricardo and Michael…


Pip Pearson: “I Chanced My Arm For Beverley Town”

March 22, 2011

Football pundit Pip Pearson told how he ‘chanced his arm’ to turn around Beverley Town’s fortunes against Hornsea Town. Pearson, brought in to help Town for the day, was instrumental in bringing stand-in goalkeeper Steve Lynn off and replacing him with midfielder John Kershaw. It proved decisive as a leaky Town defence held firm with Kershaw behind them and turned a 2-2 half-time score into a 4-2 victory. Pearson…


Ricardo Scores in a Game of Two Keepers

March 19, 2011

Beverley Town twice came from behind to beat Hornsea Town 4-2 at the Norwood Recreation Ground thanks to a second-half James Syme double. It was a tough-tackling affair against a battling Hornsea side that referee Chris Ward had trouble controlling, but Town’s class shone through to keep them seventh in the Humber Premier League. Hornsea opened the scoring, but just minutes later birthday boy and skipper Jonny Ricardo got on…


Hodgsons Exit Cup Despite Early Wallis & Foster Goals

February 12, 2011

The Tanners were dumped out of the Grays Cup by North Cave while Beverley Town players and back room staff watched from the side-lines. Before the match manager Lee Hastings told that although he likes to win every game, this was never a must win game. Lee said: “Our target for the season is promotion, this match should we win or lose will not impact on our season.” “The…