Beverley 2nd team finished a great season in style with one of their best performances & deservedly won the Merit League Division 1 Final against Ionians Buccaneers 40-5.
You will not see rugby much better than this. Beverley already had the league title wrapped up but Sheffield were still battling for a play-off place. And they set their stall out here to go for it.
Following their satisfying win over Morley last Saturday, Beverley RUFC head up the A1 to Darlington to continue their campaign to secure the North 1 (East) league championship.
Seven tries, seven conversions. Beverley RUFC comfortably continued their good run and they now stand fourteen points clear of their nearest rivals at the top of North One East.
Beverley RUFC opened the second half of their league season in fine style. Morpeth for the second time this season were unlucky to come up against them when they were in rampant mood.
Beverley opens up the second half of the season with their longest away trip to Northumberland on Saturday to take on Morpeth.
Back to League action for table topping Beverley RUFC this Saturday with a home game against third placed Sheffield. Despite their own good form over the past few weeks the Beavers
This Saturday sees the clash of the two leading teams in North 1 (East) when leaders Wheatley Hills take on second place Beverley RUFC at their Brunel Road ground.
Beverley RUFC embark upon the long journey up to Newcastle this weekend to take on Northern RFC in the North 1 (East) league fixture.
This was a bit more like it. After their disappointing display the previous week Beverley RUFC got themselves together today and ended up with a much needed five point win. It was a hard-fought affair and in truth for half the match things were not that much better than at Morley.
Beverley RUFC will be looking to return to winning ways this weekend when they entertain Cleckheaton at Beaver Park (Kick-off 3.p.m.). If they are to do, so they will need to sort out their worrying preponderance for over elaborating in the backs, in particular.
It was almost bound to happen. In all the years these sides have been playing each other it is hard to remember Beverley RUFC ever visiting Scatcherd Lane without making a pig’s ear of it. Today they did it big time.
Beverley RUFC travel North to Middlesbrough this weekend for the first of two tough away fixtures,(they are away at Morley the following week). This spell will give them a good idea of their prospects for the rest of the season. If they can come home with the points from these trip
Saturday sees Beverley RUFC taking on Malton & Norton in the second Derby match of the season at Beaver Park (Kick-off 3.p.m.) Having narrowly overcome Pocklington last weekend with a patchy performance, the Beavers
Beverley RUFC open their home campaign for this season with the visit of Morpeth to Beaver Park on Saturday (kick-off 3 p.m.). Head Coach Anthony Posa will be hoping to build on last week’s performance at Old Crossleyans.
Early autumn sunshine, a lush green pitch and the eager anticipation of a new season. All that was needed here was a fast open game, and these two sides duly provided it. Expectations for the season are high at Beverley RUFC
Beverley RUFC will embark upon their new season on Saturday with a visit to Halifax where they will take on Old Crossleyans in the North One (East) fixture.
Beverley RUFC cross the Pennines on Saturday to face Rossendale RUFC in their penultimate National League 3(North) match for this season.