A healthy number of spectators gathered at West Hull to witness the Under 15s division two cup final between Hull All Blacks and the Beverley Braves.
Beverley Braves under 14s are through to the under 15s division two cup final after a 30-6 win at Hull Wyke in a game that they were made to work really hard in by the home
After Cottingham Tigers brought Beverley Braves winning run to an end in July it would be expected that this game just a few weeks later would be similarly competitive
After an amazing run of eleven consecutive wins, Beverley Braves under 14s finally lost in a great game at Cottingham Tigers.
Beverley Braves under 14s played Hull Victoria Titans for the fourth time this season and each time the hosts have shown significant improvements
Beverley Braves under 14s secured their tenth consecutive victory with a convincing win on the wide pitch at Hull All Blacks.
This was very much a game of two halves, in the first Beverley Braves under 14s made too many errors and invited Cottingham Tigers into their half far too often
Beverley Braves under 14s unbeaten league run continued with a 48 nil win over Hull Victoria Titans who to their credit put up a spirited display and deserved more from the game.
This was always going to be a testing fixture for the undefeated Beverley Braves and midway through the first half, twelve points down it would have been hard to predict such a convincing victory
In recent years Holderness away has not been a happy hunting ground for this Beverley team often making the long journey home after a sound beating
Beverley Braves U14s continued their 100% record at home to Hull All Blacks. As has been the case with recent encounters between the two teams it was very close until the Beverley Braves
Two games played and two games won for Beverley Braves 14s, but once again it was a close finish as they ran out 27-23 winners against Holderness Vikings at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
A dominant first-half display saw Beverley Braves under 13s get back to winning ways with a 30nil win at Hull Victoria Titans.
Beverley Braves under 13s only had 14 players available as summer holidays and injuries took their toll on the side for their trip to the Skirlaugh Bulls.
Beverley Braves U13s secured their third successive win but made it very difficult for themselves against a determined Hull All Blacks at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
With five new players in recent weeks, Beverley Braves under 13s are now starting to gel with those new lad’s fitting into a team that was always competitive but is now capable of testing the best teams at this age group.
After two close defeats it was only a matter of time before Beverley Braves under 13s unleashed a performance like this, Myton Warriors being the unlucky recipients at Beverley Leisure Centre.
After a great performance last week, losing by just four points the Beverley Braves under 13s lost by the same margin away to East Hull in another great match.