Beverley Under 14s had a convincing 29-12 win away at Malton on Sunday, having beaten the Malton team 69-0 at home earlier in the season they knew this would be a very different game, Malton would be stronger and the referee was likely to favour the home team and the pre match assumptions proved to be correct.
That said so long as Beverley played structured rugby and were disciplined in response to decisions they would come through and win the game.
Beverley RUFC Under 14s travelled to Yarnbury knowing that another tough test was waiting for them, Yarnbury have lost only two games all season.
Beverley knew they would need to be at their very best to come away with a result, and with key and influential players in captain Ben Wilkinson and Nathan Cullen out through injury, the task was made even more difficult.
Shaking off their Yorkshire Plate final disappointment of last week, Beverley survived a bruising encounter with a feisty Wath side, finally building to a convincing 24-10 victory.
Playing without their regular fly-half, Beverley had to reshuffle their backs with Sam Acaster taking over at fly-half, Tom Barnard at outside centre, Adam Skeates at full-back, and Jasper Law at scrum-half.
Beverley Under 14s travelled to West Park Leeds for their long awaited Yorkshire Plate Final on Sunday against a strong Ripon team.
Although full of confidence, Beverley knew it would be a difficult task to overturn Ripon, but played the full game with the spirit and determination that had previously ensured they fully deserved a place in the final, but unfortunately came across a very clinical opposition.
With Beverley Under 14s Yorkshire Plate Final match against Ripon postponed, they accepted an invitation for a training match against Hullensians, probably one of the best teams in Yorkshire.
With the game split in three segments, both teams started with arguably their strongest 15 players, unlike in previous seasons the match was a very close contest showing the huge improvements the Beverley have made over the past season.
Beverley RUFC under 14s narrowly lost out 10-7 to Scunthorpe in the final game before the Christmas break.
Beverley gave the opportunity for match time for Jasper Law, Harry Hesleton, Tom Haylock and Aaron Wearing, plus a debut from Tom Nuttall as they looked to impress the coaches, all the players performed well and show that this team has strength in depth moving into the second half of the season.
Beverley Under 14s secured a place in the Yorkshire Plate Final with a convincing win over Richmondshire RUFC at Beaver park this weekend.
Beverley had a clear game plan, and shutting down the away teams back line ensured that they were able to dominate play, again the Beverley pack were strong in set piece plays and the loose, the forwards supported each other well meaning good clean ball for the Beverley backs.
Beverley RUFC Under 14s entertained Roundhegians at Home this weekend in what turned out to be a tough challenging game, but ended in disappointment for the Beverley team and brought to a close a five match winning streak.
Although a competitive Roundhegians were more clinical in the finish and this ultimately reflected in the score line, the match was a good test