Young people from East Riding College have used their research projects to help shape local authority services in the region.
Beverley Braves Rugby League Club held their presentation evening for all age groups at the same venue on the same day for the first time ever in late November.
Beverley Braves under 12s had their first taste of play-off football with another fantastic match against Skirlaugh Bulls.
Beverley Braves U12s needed to bring their ‘A’ game to their final league game of the season at home to East Hull but started slowly,
Beverley Braves under 12s put in their best performance of the season with some excellent team work creating six tries in a 32-10 win at Myton Warriors.
Beverley Braves under 12s, struggling for players due to injury, illness and holidays lived up to their name once again but just fell short against the league leaders Hull Dockers.
Archie Murdoch scored four tries but the team defensive effort went a long way to ensuring the win as well.
In hot sunshine at Beverley Leisure Centre, the Beverley Braves under 12s recorded their first home league win of the season and at the same time make up for an under par performance the previous week at Holderness.
Beverley Braves U12s may have lost more games than they have won this season but just like Hull FC, the team so many of them support. They have been so close to victory on a number of occasions; losing four games by eight or fewer points so far this season.
This Roly Holder Memorial Cup 2014 quarter final between Beverley Braves and Hull Dockers under 12s would have been a good enough match to grace the final,
Beverley Braves under 12s completed their biggest win of the season with a 42-0 win over Victoria Titans at Eastmount.
Not for the first time this year the Beverley Braves under 12s started slowly and gave themselves too much to do to get the result against West Hull. After falling behind
The Beverley Braves under 10s finished their season with a disappointing defeat at Holderness Vikings. The game rearranged from earlier in the season played on Saturday 6th October in lovely sunny conditions ended in a 40-12 defeat.
After the disruption caused by the summer holidays Beverley Braves played their first game in four weeks and were able to pick from an almost full squad for the first time in seven weeks.
The Beverley Braves under tens put in a huge amount of effort but weakened by holidays and injuries, they were simply outclassed by the bigger and faster Cottingham Tigers which inflicted the heaviest defeat on the Braves this season.
On another wet Summer day, the Beverley Braves U8s started in typical fashion, Jacob Parkinson driving through the heart of the Wyke defence leaving Samuel Shrimpton space to run down the line to score the opening try.
Although the Beverley Braves had their biggest win of the season against Lambwath Lions, credit must go to their opponents who never gave up.
The hottest day of the year so far saw a great game of rugby league at Shelly Avenue with Hull Dockers running out 16-8 winners against a Beverley Braves side who put in a huge amount of effort