Beverley RUFC Colts were on the road again for the second time in two weeks as they take on Yarnbury. Beverley had a few key players missing after their faultless performance at Cleckheaton
Beverley RUFC Colts started the 2015/16 season off with a trip to Cleckheaton. On a warm sunny day and a dry pitch, this was perfect for the Colts to get their season off to a flyer.
Beverley RUFC Colts travelled down to Selby in the quarter final of the Yorkshire Cup for the second time in three weeks, to gain revenge from the heart break in the league.
Beverley RUFC Colts faced local and league rivals Pocklington at Percy Road. With a sunny day, these were perfect conditions for Beverley’s backs to shine as they have all season.
Beverley RUFC Colts ended a run of three consecutive defeats as they demolished Selby at Beaver Park by 22 points.
Beverley RUFC Colts made the longest trip of the season to Wharfedale. The Colts were on the back on two narrow losses to Pocklington and Wath Upon Dearne.
Beverley RUFC Colts for the second game in a row gave missed out on victory after conceding late on against Wath Upon Dearne at Beaver Park.
Doncaster started the game by putting Beverley under pressure showing their top status in Junior Yorkshire rugby, with some precision execution of the ball and long passes across the field.
Beverley RUFC under 15 squad opened their season with a match against Cleethorpes. On a gloriously sunny morning, the squad strode out fit and ready following a summer of training.
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Stephen Price celebrated his 13th birthday with a party at Beaver Park. Stephen was join by friends and family who partied the night away at lively event.
After a few weeks without a match it was good to see the team on with a fixture. They travelled to Hornsea to play another developing side.
Beverley RUFC under 13’s / development side travelled to North Yorkshire to face Malton. Always a strong opposition and this was to prove no different . The blast of the whistle also saw the start of a downfall of rain which was unrelentless. The first ten minutes saw the ball played mainly in Maltons half , Beverley managed some brave runs with the ball from Jacob Holmes and Rory Johnson….
Lingering Fog at Beaver Park didn’t stop Cleckheaton making their journey to Beverley for a rematch, previously Beverley had beaten them in the season. The under 14s team have been very lucky this season with an influx of players allowing a 2nd team to be developed and their first chance to play . The first team kicked off and quickly moved forward within minutes the first try was taken by Ben Smith…
Anticipation was in the air at beaver Park on a fresh and sunny Sunday morning,to see Beverley under 14s face Ionians. They were the only team to have beaten Beverley at the start of the season and Ionians themselves had maintained a winning run. The whistle blew and immediately stampeding down the wing came Ionians. They powered forward with Chris Chapman delivering some crunching tackles and Josh Howlett and Joe…