One of Beverley’s most well known pubs, the Royal Standard, is teaming up with a local business and sports club to host a mini Real Ale Festival from the February 5th until Sunday February 15th.
Prior to the kick-off both sides lined up for a minutes silence in memory of longstanding Beverley member Frank Ankrett who had died the previous week.
Beverley RUFC continue their National North 3 campaign with a postponed fixture against Sale FC Rugby Club.
After their fine performance the previous week this was a disappointing day for Beverley. Nor did the final score in any way flatter Billingham.
Beverley return on the road for their fixture up the North East against Billingham who sit 7th on the table.
Beverley return to Beaver park with their first home game after the festive break short on confidence after the mauling they received at Burnage with possibly the clubs biggest loss in its history.
The least said about this the better. For Burnage this was a fine performance by a side playing at the top of its game. For Beverley the score says it all.
Beverley return to action after the festive break with an away trip to Burnage who are four places above Beverley, who still remain anchored at the foot of National North Three table.
Plenty of spirit but not much memorable rugby. After recent rain and overnight frost the going was pretty heavy and this was never going to be a classic.
Beverley RUFC return to the comforts of Beaver Park this week after their fixture with Huddersfield YMCA conceding 50 points and bonus pointless for a second consecutive week.
In the end this was a disappointing scoreline for Beverley. In recent weeks despite not winning they have been playing increasingly well and a comprehensive victory has looked to be just round the corner.
Beverley are on the road this week for the last time this year with a relatively short trip to Huddersfield YMCA who were one of the promoted teams last year from North East 2.
This match was Beverley’s to lose. And at the death they duly did. They had led 8-3 from early on and had successfully rebuffed all Cleckheaton’s efforts to get back into it.
Beverley welcome Cleackheaton from West Leeds to Beaver Park this Saturday for their National 3 North fixture this weekend buoyed by last weeks trip to Rossendale.
This was some match. Beverley came back from 40-6 down to get to within nine points of snatching victory. Given another few minutes they might easily have done it.
Beverley head across the Pennines for their National North 3 fixture against Rossendale after having to call off last weeks game against Sale FC due to Beaver Park being waterlogged.
Craig Hancock has turned his back on the capital city for the last time and has pulled up his roots to lay them down again in his home town of Beverley.
Beverley return to action this week after having a much needed week off having endured a tough start to their National North 3 campaign.