Last weekend brought a bumper crop of points for Beverley Town Cricket Club as they recorded two wins and three winning draws from their five games.
Beverley Town Cricket Club enjoyed a mixed set of results over the weekend that saw two teams win and two of their sides defeated, with the fifth team benefiting from a’walk over’.
The weather took its toll last Saturday as both the Beverley Town Cricket Club 1st and 2nd XI matches were abandoned due to heavy rain.
Beverley’s 3rds lost again but the 4ths cantered to victory before the rain came and the 5ths did the same on Sunday.
Beverley Town Cricket Club enjoyed another successful weekend as they clocked up wins for the 3rd, 4th and 5th teams and a winning draw for the 1st XI.
Only Beverley’s 2nd XI, beaten for the first time this season, failed to record a positive result.
Before Fenner had 25 runs on the board Town had spilled three catches of varying degrees of difficulty and conceded a significant number of extras.
Jonathan Fisher is calling for his side to put last weekend’s result away to Woodhouse Grange behind them and focus on the last three games.
Our match with Easingwold will be a very tough game played with lots of aggression. They will do all they can to get under our skin, but we are more than able to give as good as we get.
Beverley Town Cricket Club face an away trip to Clifton Alliance at the weekend and skipper Jonathan Fisher will no doubt hoping his side can bounce back from last weekends defeat at Sewerby.
Beverley Town Cricket Club has closed the gap at the top of the Yorkshire & District Cricket League after they claimed all 30 points by beating Dunnington.
Jonathan Fisher has been forced to shuffle his pack ahead of Beverley’s match with Dunnington this weekend.
Beverley Town Cricket Club host the league leaders today and Matthew Mudd says the pressure will be on skipper Jonathan Fisher and Faisal Abid to put in a big performance.
Beverley Town Cricket Club 1st XI who boast one of the most prolific bowling attacks in York & District Senior Cricket League will travel to Stamford Bridge this weekend.
Beverley Town Cricket Club have slipped to fifth in the Hunters York & District Senior Cricket League Premier Division after they drew with Easingwold at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
Beverley Town Cricket Club 1st XI will entertain Easingwold at the Norwood Recreation Ground this Saturday in a top of the table clash.
Jonathan Fisher says confidence is high in the camp ahead of Beverley Town Crickets Club’s clash with Clifton Alliance this weekend.
A winning six from Alan Acklam ensured that Beverley Town Cricket Club got off to the perfect start at the Norwood Recreation Ground as beat Sewerby by five wickets.
Jonathan Fisher has gone for experience over youth with his initial selection as Beverley Town Cricket Club first team captain.