They do not come more exciting than this. This was some match, with an unbearable last five minutes for both sets of supporters. Huddersfield are going full belt for promotion and against a side
Beverley RUFC travel the short distance to Huddersfield this Saturday to face the long-time pacesetters in National League 3.
This was more like it from Beverley. After a fairly dismal performance the previous week Beverley RUFC got back to form here and cruised home in fine style
Cold, wet, windy, a long suspension of play for a serious injury, and a stand full of home supporters who seldom paused in their relentless whingeing at the referee.
A humdinger of a match. An encounter with high flying Sale when nearly a dozen of your first team squad are unavailable would not be many clubs’ first choice for a fixture.
A strange game. Seventy points and the closest of finishes but by no means the rousing encounter the final score suggests. Beverley started disastrously and spent all the match trying to catch up as Westoe
Wind, mud, and a day to forget for Beverley. Given the conditions there was never likely to be much finesse on view but Waterloo played by far the better rugby and fully deserved to win.
Plenty of endeavour and spirit but it all got rather bogged down in the wet and heavy going. Both these high scoring sides are in fine form at the moment and on a dry day this would probably have been a cracker.
Another afternoon of thrilling rugby and another good win for Beverley. Beverley at the moment are in a rich vein of form, averaging over 35 points a game in their latest ten matches.
Beverley RUFC made it two wins in two as they beat Sandal at Beaver Park. The win keeps the Beavers in sixth spot in the National North Three table on 51 points.
The Christmas break in fixtures gives Beverley RUFC the opportunity to reflect on the season so far.
A workmanlike display and a good win for Beverley. Apart from a scrappy twenty minute spell in the second half this was an enjoyable but unspectacular game.
Beverley began the second half of their league programme with a comfortable win in damp and murky conditions at Penrith. There were periodic bursts of good rugby but generally this was a pretty low key affair.
Beverley RUFC return to their Beaver Park home this week after consecutive away matches, when they face Bradford & Bingley in their latest National League 3 fixture.
Beverley RUFC travel across the M62 again on Saturday for what must be their first ever visit to confront Sale RUFC at Heywood Road.