A Beverley based business is celebrating after winning an award at the prestigious Wedding Industry Awards.
Beverley make the trip over the Pennines this week to play top of the table Sale FC who got themselves back on track last week against Billingham after being upset at home to Sheffield Tigers.
Good in parts but overall not a particularly memorable afternoon. After their steadily improving recent performances today was disappointing for Beverley.
Another tough fixture against a top four side and another pretty hefty defeat for Beverley RUFC.Forget all about that. This was a rousing game played in a great spirit.
Beverley went down to the heavy defeat they might have expected here but there was no disgrace in this loss. Sandal with only one defeat this season are flying high and together with Sale
Prior to the kick-off both sides lined up for a minutes silence in memory of longstanding Beverley member Frank Ankrett who had died the previous week.
Beverley RUFC continue their National North 3 campaign with a postponed fixture against Sale FC Rugby Club.
After their fine performance the previous week this was a disappointing day for Beverley. Nor did the final score in any way flatter Billingham.
A hard fought and thoroughly enjoyable game between two well-matched sides. After their trouncing at Burnage the previous week Beverley came back in fine style and might easily have won this.
Beverley return to Beaver park with their first home game after the festive break short on confidence after the mauling they received at Burnage with possibly the clubs biggest loss in its history.
This match was Beverley’s to lose. And at the death they duly did. They had led 8-3 from early on and had successfully rebuffed all Cleckheaton’s efforts to get back into it.
This was some match. Beverley came back from 40-6 down to get to within nine points of snatching victory. Given another few minutes they might easily have done it.
Beverley return to action this week after having a much needed week off having endured a tough start to their National North 3 campaign.
Another spirited fightback by Beverley RUFC but again not quite enough. They went from 8-39 to 29-39 and given another five minutes might well have snatched a losing bonus point.
Another defeat but by no means the disaster that Beverley might have been anticipating against the new league leaders.
A fine autumn day and ideal conditions for rugby but in the end not much cheer for Beverley RUFC. Perhaps predictably they found themselves totally outclassed.