Beverley ARLC are finally starting to look forward to season 2016 after a longer close season than in previous years.
This was the blue and golds most disappointing performance of the season so far. Beverley never really found any rhythm at all until they rallied in the last 15 minutes to make the score a little more
The Blue and Golds take on Doncaster outfit Bentley Good Companions this Saturday kicking off 2.30pm at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
The Blue and Golds are looking to pick themselves up from last Saturday’s heartbreaking 24-23 last minute defeat at home to Siddal ‘A’.
Pat Howdle says Beverley have what it takes to beat Siddal this weekend when the sides meet at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
The blue and golds produced a display of clinical finishing to dispatch a struggling but spirited South Yorkshire outfit last Saturday.
The blue and golds made this trip to the Pennines with a huge absentee list and can take heart from a brave performance in which they were beaten for pace out wide.
The blue and golds will make their longest trip of the season this Saturday when they visit Siddal ‘A’ near Halifax.
The blue and golds travelled to the Yorkshire Division One League leaders last Saturday with a bare 17 man squad. Injuries, work commitments, holidays and Dan Clarke’s wedding decimated the squad.
Beverley ARLC got back to winning ways in this high-scoring encounter against Hillsborough Hawks at a warm but very windy Beverley Leisure Centre.
Coach Pat Howdle was without a whole host of his big names for this clash against local rivals Hull Wyke.
The blue and golds came away from this West Riding trip pointless but can take some positives from the performance with a hugely under strength side.
Prior to this hastily re-arranged fixture, both sides, spectators and officials observed a minute’s applause for secretary Keith Deyes who passed away last Monday at the age of 76.
The blue and golds took complete control in the second half of this potentially tricky fixture to post another two valuable league points at the Marist Sporting Club last Saturday.
The blue and golds picked another two league points on their relentless quest towards signing off from the Hull & District League Division One as champions.
The blue and golds secured two more league points towards their title aspirations despite a number of absentees last Saturday at Cottingham.
The events of the previous weekend had left everyone at Beverley ARLC feeling a little down, but this performance proved to be the perfect tonic.
The blue and golds will commence 2015 contesting the Tom Beautiman Cup Final on this Saturday 3rd January against Hull Dockers ‘A’ .