It was good day for Beverley Town Cricket Club as all four senior teams won on Saturday on what was a perfect weekend for playing cricket.
Beverley Town Cricket Club enjoyed a mixed set of results over the weekend that saw two teams win and two of their sides defeated, with the fifth team benefiting from a’walk over’.
The weather took its toll last Saturday as both the Beverley Town Cricket Club 1st and 2nd XI matches were abandoned due to heavy rain.
Beverley’s 3rds lost again but the 4ths cantered to victory before the rain came and the 5ths did the same on Sunday.
A remarkable series of three close games on Saturday saw Beverley Town Cricket Club lose two and tie one match as the 1st XI were the only Saturday winners with a 4-wicket success at Whitkirk.
The other three teams could all have won with the 2nds and 4ths particularly wasteful in chasing relatively low scores at Norwood.
Beverley Town Cricket Club enjoyed another successful weekend as they clocked up wins for the 3rd, 4th and 5th teams and a winning draw for the 1st XI.
Only Beverley’s 2nd XI, beaten for the first time this season, failed to record a positive result.
Beverley Town Fourth’s claimed all 30 points as they beat Walkington by five wickets at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
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.
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.
On Sunday, the 4th XI, with 8 Under 19s in their side, travelled to face HICE 1st XI at Brantingham.
On Saturday, Beverley Town Cricket Club 4th XI travelled to Eastrington and battled hard to come away with a losing draw.
Following heavy rain the pitch condition was heavy and both teams had to concentrate to keep possession in the early part of the game. Spartans started the better and caused Beverley trouble with well worked counter attacks.
A bumper crowd and a rain deluge greeted both teams as they took to the pitch to play the re-arranged U13 HBSFL Plate Final. Pitch conditions were expected to be greasy due to the recent poor weather and this impacted the way both
Beverley Whitestar’s Ollie Baldwin was the toast of his team when he delivered a first half hat trick within the first 10 minutes of the game to give his team a firm foot in the game.
Beverley Whitestar Rams are through to the Under 13 Tesco County Cup final after an exciting semi final against much fancied Myton league rivals Hessle Rangers.
Beverley Town U13`s delivered the clubs first silverware of the season, winning the EYCA U13`s Knockout Cup in an excellent final against Sutton CC U13`s at Sutton. Sutton won the toss and asked Beverley to bat first . Kieran Simpson and Harry Gamble opened the batting and Simpson was bowled in the first over to a good ball from Sam Graham. Greg Whyley joined Gamble and they both batted superbly…