Beverley Classic Car Show will take place this month, an event that always seems to bring the best out in the town.
There was another dramatic finish at at the Norwood Recreation Ground as Beverley Town Cricket Club beat Studley Royal with just three balls to spare.
Dunnington’s Jake Murphy produced his season’s best taking 5-40 to help bowl out hosts Beverley Town Cricket Club for 131
Beverley Town Cricket Club travelled to North Yorkshire to face title chasing Sheriff Hutton Bridge on the back of some good recent form.
Sheriff Hutton Bridge returned to the top of the Hunters York & District Senior Cricket League Premier Division winning for the first time in four weeks as former leaders Acomb
Beverley Town Cricket Club have brought their four game losing streak to an end as they beat York at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
Sheriff Hutton Bridge are the new leaders of the Hunters York & District Senior Cricket League Premier Division as they beat Heworth and Scarborough
Olly Grantham (71) top scored but it was Andrew Burton’s unbeaten 58 that left Mark Fisher (4-79), Russell Robinson (3-57) and their team-mates frustrated.
Clifton Alliance managed to hang on to their unbeaten record, but only just after beating Beverley Town Cricket Club by two runs at the Norwood recreation Ground.
Newly promoted Acomb sit proudly on top of the Hunters York & District Senior League Premier Division after their match against Beverley Town
Three G&S Racing Kawasaki riders travelled to Brands Hatch for the final rounds of their respective championships resulting in a strong seventh place for Kevin Van Leuven, 16th for Dominic Usher
The Wyberton based G&S Racing Kawasaki team travelled to Silverstone for the penultimate round of the National Superstock 1000 and 600 championships
I am gutted not to have finished the race. I crashed in qualifying but was all fired up for the race and was going quite well.
The two Superstock 1000 riders represented G&S Racing Kawasaki at the MotoGP meeting at Silverstone on Sunday where they were racing in a round of the National Superstock
It was a weekend to forget for G&S Racing Kawasaki at Cadwell Park when the two National Superstock 1000 riders Tom Fisher and Dominic Usher were forced to retire with machine problems.
All three G&S Kawasaki Racing riders completed their races at Oulton Park on Saturday. Dominic Usher was ninth and Tom Fisher 28th in the Stock 1000 while The Flying Dutchman Kevin Van Leuven was 10th in the Stock 600 class.
Unfortunately the two Superstock 1000 riders, Dominic Usher and Tom Fisher were unable to contest their race after it was found there was a breach of the technical regulations.
Two out of three G&S Racing Kawasaki riders successfully completed their races at Brands Hatch on Sunday with Kevin Van Leuven picking up points in the Stock 600 race