Beverley Braves were blown away in the first half of this predominantly one-sided affair against East Hull with some lacklustre defence and not so smart rugby league.
Don’t be fooled by this score line as the young Braves gave the much bigger Bulls a real scare before a 10-minute spell immediately after the break when Beverley never touched the ball finally broke them.
Beverley Braves under 13s got their season up and running with a fine team performance to defeat Hull Wyke by two points at the Leisure centre despite being behind by two scores in the first half.
Beverley Braves under 12s ground out a well-earned victory over East Hull on a fine Sunday morning, overcoming a 4 nil half time scoreline to prevail 6-4 after Owen Miller
After a cagey opening quarter when Myton Warriors gave as good as they got, the Beverley Braves got into their groove and eventually ran away with the game romping home 38 to nothing, the second clean sheet in a fortnight.
After a heavy opening defeat to the season and then a fine rare win over last year’s double winners East Hull, Beverley Braves under 12s continued their progress
Beverley Braves U12s suffered a second home defeat in successive weeks despite putting in decent performances on each occasion.
Despite having six players unavailable due to work commitments and holidays Beverley Braves under 12s did a thoroughly efficient job disposing
Beverley Braves Rugby League Club held their presentation evening for all age groups at the same venue on the same day for the first time ever in late November.
Beverley Braves under 11s put their disappointing cup final loss well and truly behind them with this comprehensive victory at the leisure centre over their nearest rivals Cottingham Tigers.
A Joe McCabe hat trick ensured the Braves grabbed the spoils out at Keyingham but even that wasn’t enough for him to earn the man of the match award as work horse Josh Hamlyn took that accolade after a tireless performance from the second row.
The young Beverley Braves fell short against a very enthusiastic Cottingham Tigers side despite leading 10-0 early in the proceedings thanks to tries from Joe McCabe
Beverley Braves under 11s bounced back from an indifferent performance last week to beat Dockers by two tries to nil, a figure which could have easily been more.
Beverley Braves made it four away wins on the bounce with a very hard fought win against Wyke in what was a decent game of Rugby league.
For the second week running Beverley just came up short, but despite the loss can take many positives out of the game and look forward to the rest of the season with confidence and belief.