The Return to Community Rugby League Action Plan has received sign-off by the Government’s Department for Media and Cultural Affairs. The details of it have been published on the RFL website.
Rugby League World Cup tournament organisers have revealed the much-anticipated fixture schedule.
The competition promises to be the biggest and best World Cup in the history of the sport, as the men’s, women’s and wheelchair teams all compete at the same time in a major sporting first.
Local pubs in Beverley are urging the community to support them. They were dealt a real blow by the government in their latest briefing.
Landlords were left in dismay after the PM Boris Johnson called for the public to avoid Pubs, bars, clubs and restaurants due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
The family and friends of a popular Market Weighton man with Motor Neurone Disease have pledged to raise £5,000 for the Motor Neurone Disease Association (MDNA).
59-year-old former Royal Mail manager and accomplished musician, Dave Foster was diagnosed with the debilitating disease in July 2019. His family and friends initiated the fundraising drive to raise awareness of the condition that affects up to 5,000 adults in the UK at any one time.
The Blue and Golds will try again to play their postponed BARLA National Cup tie this Saturday.
Weather permitting, they will again travel to Mayport, Cumberland to take on Glasson Rangers. The game is due to kick-off at 2pm.
The draw has been made for the 2020 BARLA National Open Cup with the Blue & Golds securing a bye.
This year the competition has attracted an entry of 25 sides. 18 teams will contest the first round on 18 January with 7 sides receiving a bye to the second round on 15 February.
The Blue and Golds will open up their 2020 NCL Division 2 campaign on March 7th with a home fixture against newly-promoted Woolston Rovers at the Leisure Centre.
The match is one of 3 home fixtures in March combined with a tough away trip to Wigan St Judes who only narrowly missed promotion to Division 1 last season.
The Beverley Braves will be running an under 18’s side in season 2020 for the first time in many years.
They will be coached by a couple of popular open age stalwarts in the shape of Joe Morley and Steve Connolly.
The Blue and Golds will report back for pre-season training on 10 December.
New Head Coach Tony Spence held a recent meeting of his playing staff to establish a few goals and objectives for 2020.
The Blue and Golds just preserved their NCL Division 2 status in 2019 by finishing 9th in the table.
A mid-table or play-off spot seemed possible earlier in the season until a run of six successive defeats in July and August. Attentions are now turning to 2020.
Harvey Barron a former Beverley Braves player has donated his England shirt to the club.
After been selected to play for his country, the youngster presented his shirt to the club. It will now be on be displayed in their new facility on Thurlow Avenue.
Beverley Braves move to Thurlow Avenue has been welcomed by local councillors. The Braves officially opened their new clubhouse at a special event.
Funding for the project included an award of £144,000 commuted sums, money that was accessed as a result of help from local officials.
Beverley Braves Rugby League Club is set to officially open at its new home on Thurlow Avenue, Molescroft on Saturday, 7 September.
The opening comes after completing the works funded by East Riding of Yorkshire Council as part of Commuted Sums, and receiving funding from Inspired Facilities.
Beverley ARLFC went toe to toe with their Cumbrian hosts for 65 minutes but just ran out of steam in the closing minutes.
Up until then, particularly in the first half, an upset against the still promotion-chasing home side looked likely as they led 14-4 at the break and were still 14-10 up deep into the second half.
Beverley ARLFC suffered their second defeat in a row as they went down 79-12 to East Leeds.
This was a huge win for East Leeds at the expense of Beverley, their first victory since April.
This performance by Beverley will rank as the best and most complete so far this season. A big crowd basked in the sun and the home side handled the big occasion the better of the two sides.
This latest win moves the Blue and Golds up to 5th with the business end of the season approaches. Beverley faces another crucial home fixture against 3rd placed Wigan St Judes next Saturday.
The blue and golds will take on Hull Dockers this Saturday in their only derby fixture this season. Beverley will face Hull Dockers at 2.30pm kick-off at the Leisure Centre.
The match is also the second leg of the Paul ‘Curly’ Quiney Cup. The match, sponsored by the Middleton family, seems likely to attract the biggest crowd of the season so far to the Leisure Centre with a lot riding on the game.
Beverley ARLFC bounced back from last weekend’s defeat at Bradford Dudley Hill to keep their top six play-off hopes very much alive.
Next week’s opponents Hull Dockers also enjoyed a crushing 60-6 win against East Leeds to set up a tasty derby at the Leisure Centre. This game could now prove to be pivotal in either side’s season.