Beverley ARLFC beat Hull Dockers 30 – 12 gaining a well-deserved morale-boosting win for the Blue and Golds who have been doing it tough for several weeks.
The tough schedule of matches took its toll on the Blue and Golds as they were beaten 50-0 by West Hull.
A depleted Beverley outfit, backing up from Thursday evening’s outing at Hull Dockers, simply had to do too much defending. A full-strength West Hull outfit took full advantage to hit the half-century mark.
Beverley Braves U14s have got the club off to a winning start at their new home with a cup victory.
The U14s had to come from behind as they beat Kells in the preliminary round of the National Cup.
Local club, the Beverley Braves have received equipment from the Rugby Football league.
Equipment for the club was obtained as a result of an application to the RLWC 2021 (Rugby League World Cup) Capital Grants Programme.
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 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.
The Beverley Braves have officially opened their new facility which is located on Thurlow Avenue. For the past six years, the club has been working on the project that finally sees the club get their own home.
To celebrate they opened their doors to the public while also inviting the people and local councillors who have helped them make this dream a reality.
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.
Six years in the planning the Beverley Braves will soon be ready to move into their new home on Thurlow Avenue.
Chairperson of the club Neil Gay says the new facility will help them develop as a club. He also says having a base they can call home will benefit the young people in their ranks.
Beverley Braves Rugby Club Chairman Beil Gay says the club are ‘overjoyed’ after they were awarded £2000 thanks to the Tesco Bags of Help scheme.
David Ryley, the Tesco Community Champion in Beverley and Team Manager Sian Spall visited the club to present them with their prize money which they won due to number of votes received by customers.
Beverley Braves Rugby League club finally got the thumbs up for their planning application for new changing rooms at the Molescroft Carr Playing fields.
Local rugby league club the Beverley Braves will be staging a fun day this weekend as they look to raise the profile and funds for the club.
Local rugby league side the Beverley Braves are asking local views on proposal that would see the club relocate from Longcroft School and the Beverley Leisure Centre to Thurlow Avenue.
Tesco say a local community effort to clear litter from the streets of Beverley was a great success.
Beverley Town got one over on their neighbours from Walkington after they thumped Capital Crusaders 4-0 at Thurlow Avenue.
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