The Christmas break in fixtures gives Beverley RUFC the opportunity to reflect on the season so far.
Once again so near and yet so far for Beverley RUFC. They led here for threequarters of the match and with three minutes to go had the game won.
Beverley RUFC face a tough task this weekend when they travel across the Pennines to take on Burnage RFC on their artificial pitch.
At halftime this match looked as good as all over. By the end it had become a hard-fought rousing contest. Despite wet conditions underfoot and a near gale both sides played with bags of adventure producing an afternoon of nine tries and plenty of excitement.
This was more like it. After several disappointing performances in which they have not done themselves justice Beverley had a comfortable win here and looked to be back at their best.
After some good performances in the opening matches of the new season, the first home fixtures of saw the Beverley RUFC under 11s squad hosting Goole and Malton.
Beavers Head Coach Anthony Posa says is very proud of his squad after their fine win away to Championships favourites Sandal last weekend.
Beverley RUFC face another big test this weekend when they travel to promotion favourites Sandal at their Standbridge Lane ground in Wakefield.
Bishop Burton College is to host and sponsor an historic match this Saturday between Hull RUFC and Harrogate. It is the first home fixture in Hull’s 21-year history not to be staged on their home soil.
A fine day, a lovely ground, superb conditions; all that was needed here was an afternoon of good rugby. Plenty of good rugby there was but unfortunately most of it came from Percy Park. Beverley had an afternoon to forget.
The blue and golds slipped to an opening-day defeat on their travels as they were beaten by Lambwath Lions 12-6 on Saturday.
Beverley Braves under tens blew off a few cobwebs after the holidays with a convincing win over a spirited Victoria outfit despite still missing eight players.
Beverley RUFC got their pre season under way with a comfortable win over Bridlington at Beaver Park.
Sergeant Gareth Young has been awarded a Commandant’s Commendation for his contribution and commitment to sport at the Defence School of Transport. Hull born Gareth was presented the award by DST’s Commandant, Colonel Rob Peacock.
Hull FC U19s complete the double over their South Yorkshire rivals as they beat the Sheffield Eagles easily at Bishop Burton College.