Barry Sayer stole the show at the Norwood Recreation Ground as he exploited the conditions to the full with a magnificent 5 for 11 from 9 overs to help bowl out Stamford Bridge for just 91 in 35 overs.
On a good looking wicket (one of the only of the year) Alan Acklam yet again lost the toss however Beverley were asked to field. Mudd did his tiical trick of bowling badly but yet continuing to pick up wickets.
After Acklam lost yet another toss and Beverley were inserted on what can only be described as the world’s worst cricket pitch ever. Peter Groves got off to a mini flier as Goole’s bowling attack stuttered.
Another rain affected day, another lost toss from skipper Alan Acklam. Beverley Town Cricket Club were swiftly asked to bat on what was a soft wet pitch.
On a day when weather was always going to be the most important factor Beverley Town Cricket Club captain “Beefy” AKA Alan Acklam surprisingly enough lost the toss and Beverley were asked to bat.
Beverley Town Cricket Club were beaten by 62 runs away to Driffield Cricket Club in a fund raising Twenty Twenty match. The Beverley line up was packed with batters so when they restricted Driffield to 207, they must have fancied their chance
Tim Smith fully justified his recall to the Beverley Town Cricket Club’s first team this weekend as he top scored with 75 in the home sides’ defeat at the Norwood Recreation Ground to Clifton Alliance CC.
Beverley Town Cricket Club shared the spoils as they got a winning draw against Stamford Bridge CC in the York and District Senior Cricket League.
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A Peter Groves century was the highlight of a day that saw Beverley Town Cricket Club beaten by Dunnington as they lost by seven wickets at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
Beverley Town Cricket Club suffered their second consecutive defeat in the Tuesday night Newland League. Patrington, batting first set Beverley a target of 104 on a glorious night for cricket at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
Beverley Town CC 1st XV drew with Sheriff Hutton in the York & District Senior Cricket League at the Norwood Recreation Ground. Batting first Beverley scored a credible 218
On a glorious summers evening at the Norwood Recreation Ground Beverley Town Cricket Club took on Humbleton in the Newland League. Batting first Beverley scored 86/7 in their allotted thirteen over’s as the top order collapsed.
Beverley Town Cricket Club’s 1st XI beat Fenner by 10 wickets at the Norwood Recreation Ground. Town skipper Alan Acklam won the toss and put the visitors into bat a decision that paid off with the Fenner innings being cut short due to rain.. The visitors managed 44 runs from just over 25 over’s before coming the rain arrived leaving Beverley the simplest of tasks to win the match. Opener…
Beverley Town Cricket Clubs 1st XI earned winning draw against Woodhouse Grange CC at the Norwood Recreation Ground. The visitors won the toss and Beverley were put into bat. Opener Jamie Mitchell batted the entire innings scoring an unbeaten 91 of 145 balls. Olly Grantham was next best with the bat scoring 51 while Peter Groves scored just 27 run as Beverley set their guests a target of 207. Beverley…
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Beverley Town Cricket Club first team earned a winning draw against the odds at the Norwood Recreation Ground. Beverley lost the toss and were put into bat, with most of top order failing to make an impression. Anthony Spence was out for a duck while John Fisher managed just 1 run. Olly Grantham after looking settled in the middle was given LBW. However a solid confident performance by Peter Groves…
After last weeks abandonment due to the weather Beverley were keen to get back to winning ways against York at Norwood Park after 3 disappointing weeks. Skipper Alan Acklam started well when he finally won a toss and inserted York to have first use of a typically good Beverley track. Opening bowlers, Simon Roe and Peter Groves restricted the scoring rate whilst picking up wickets at regular intervals, including the…