Beverley RUFC welcome Guisborough to Beaver Park this week who like Beverley suffered a similar fate by losing their first league match at home last week.
Beverley Town Cricket Club fielded the right balance of youth and experience for the first time this season and still gave debuts to two of the under 15 player who were to feature in the match.
Beverley Town Cricket Club third team will hit the road this weekend in a match that will see them go head to head with side directly below them in the league.
Beverley Town Cricket Club third team continued their good run as they secured all 30 points with a five wicket win against Patrington.
Beverleys’ final game of the season was always going to be a difficult task, playing at a ground where they had never won in the past.
Beverley make the short trip up the M62 to play their final game in National North Three before being relegated along with their weekend opponents Morley.
Perhaps the least said about this the better. It was Beverley’s last home fixture of what has been a fairly wretched season and it ended in another heavy defeat.
Just about what might have been expected. Up against a team sitting fifth in the table Beverley RUFC arrived here with a heavily depleted side which contained no substitutes and not surprisingly went down heavily.
Beverley RUFC travel the short journey up the M62 to play their National Three North fixture against Cleckheaton.
Not a lot here to cheer about. To commemorate the club’s Ladies Day Beverley turned out in pink and unfortunately for most of the time they played accordingly.
Beverley RUFC welcome Rossendale, from Manchester this weekend for their National Three North fixture having secured a much needed victory over Westoe to build some confidence leading into a special day for the club, Ladies Day.
Beverley RUFC welcome Westoe this week to Beaver Park for their National North Three fixture. Westoe, like Beverley finding the going tough in the league with some disappointing score lines.
A one-sided first half but overall plenty of exciting rugby. On an afternoon of early spring sunshine both sides ran the ball from anywhere and despite the final margin of defeat Beverley RUFC emerged from the game with great credit
Beverley make the trip over the Pennines this week to play top of the table Sale FC who got themselves back on track last week against Billingham after being upset at home to Sheffield Tigers.
Beverley return to familiar surroundings after being either away from home or games postponed due to the weather in nearly a month.
Another tough fixture against a top four side and another pretty hefty defeat for Beverley RUFC.Forget all about that. This was a rousing game played in a great spirit.
Beverley make their return back to Beaver Park after stubborn performance against top of the table chasing Sandal.