Beverley ARLC return to action this Saturday against York Acorn ‘A’ following a fortnights rest. Beverley currently lie fifth in Yorkshire Division One
Ian Pollard has expressed his disappointment to how the Hull and District League was brought to a conclusion after Beverley were denied the title despite finishing top of the league.
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 return to action this Saturday in the Hull & District League with a fixture at home to North Hull Knights ‘A’.
Beverley ARLC lost ground in the title race last Saturday slipping to defeat in a tight and absorbing contest at the Leisure Centre last Saturday.
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.
A packed stand, and spectators gathered around the perimeter of the ground greeted Beverley and Hull Dockers A in Tom Beautiman Cup, but it was day that was to end badly for the blue and golds.
Steve Conolly says he will be bursting with pride when he steps up and captains Beverley ARLC in their Tom Beautiman Cup Final against Hull Dockers A.
Pat Howdle accepts that his side will be favourites going into their match with Hull Dockers A in the Tom Beautiman Cup Final.
The blue and golds will commence 2015 contesting the Tom Beautiman Cup Final on this Saturday 3rd January against Hull Dockers ‘A’ .
The blue and golds came through this potential banana skin and showed character in what was a tense game for almost 70 minutes.
The blue and golds were edged out in this thriller with a try form the visitors just three minutes form time in another very good advert for local amateur rugby league.
This was arguably the finest game that Beverley has been involved in for many seasons and Beverley came out on top as they progressed to the Tom Beautiman Cup Final.
Beverley ARLC have booked their place in the Tom Beautiman Cup Final thanks to a late penalty from Jack Howdle.