Beverley ARLC returned to the top of the table with this comprehensive thrashing of Fenners. After last week’s last minute defeat by Myton, a response and a confidence booster was required
Beverley ARLC progressed to the semi-finals of the Tom Beautiman Cup last Saturday in rain-soaked conditions at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
The blue and golds took full advantage of 1st and 2nd placed Three Tuns and Bilton Sully’s being in cup action at the weekend. This latest victory by Beverley sees them
The blue and golds progressed to the next round of this cup competition despite producing possibly their worst performance of the season.
This visit to Fenners was test of character for the blue and golds last Saturday. Much of it was played in appalling conditions of torrential rain with hail mixed in, combined with a howling icy gale.
This match was a really old-fashioned arm-wrestle. Both sides went toe to toe with each other on a cold damp afternoon at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
After leading this match 10-4 at the interval the blue and golds suffered a nightmare second half last Saturday at the Leisure Centre in which they were starved of possession and territory.
This was a pleasing performance against a side that only a month ago, Beverley was on the wrong end of a 50 point score line. It ensured the blue and golds passage into the semi-final of the Tom Beautiman Cup
Blue and Golds coach Guy Adams is delighted with the response of his side after they progressed to the semi final of the cup.
A new look Beverley Bandits that feature a host of former rugby league players destroyed Barton at Beaver Park.
The blue and golds chose to give run-outs to 24 different players in this ‘friendly’ encounter against the RAF outfit last Thursday.
The blue and golds progressed to the final of the Ray Speckman Cup in an exciting ding dong affair at Bilton last Saturday. Work commitments forced a reshuffle by coach Guy Adams.
This ‘home’ fixture had to be switched to Haworth Park at short notice due to the Beverley Leisure Centre being unavailable due to cricket.
The blue and golds clinically dispatched of a plucky Park Rangers outfit on a foul afternoon in Hull last Saturday. Coach Guy Adams had to contend with a number of absentees due to work commitments and forced him to re-shuffle his starting lineup.
The blue and golds saw their first action in a month due to recent postponements in the first round of the Council Cup last Saturday at Lambwath.
Beverley ARLC went into this fixture with a number of absentees due to work commitments. The two Steve Davidsons were missing as were Adam Norton and Mark Nicholson.
This was a pleasing performance from the blue and golds last Saturday on their travels. They trailed 8-6 at the interval but produced a dominant second half display to run out convincing winners.
These two sides produced an entertaining encounter at the Beverley Leisure Centre last Saturday which but for the final ten minutes looked as if the result could have gone either way. It was probably the blue and gold’s best performance of the season against a side still unbeaten this season.