Beverley Town Cricket Club third team will hit the road this weekend in a match that will see them go head to head with side directly below them in the league.
Beverley Town CC were well beaten by the current league leaders in the Hunters York & District Senior Cricket League.
Beverley Town Cricket Club remain rock bottomf o the Hunters York & District Senior Cricket League Premier Division after they suffered their sixth defeat of what is a turning into a troubled season.
Beverley Town Cricket Club thirds continue to fly after they made it three wins on the spin by beating Driffield by 34 runs.
Olly Grantham (71) top scored but it was Andrew Burton’s unbeaten 58 that left Mark Fisher (4-79), Russell Robinson (3-57) and their team-mates frustrated.
Beverley Town Cricket Club replaced York II at the foot of the table as they got the worst of a draw at Easingwold.
Hunters York & District Senior Cricket League Premier Division leader’s Woodhouse Grange wasted little time recording a fifth win of the season, their match against York II lasting a total of just 46 overs
Ben Hatfield was once again on top form for Fenner as they got the best of the draw at Beverley Town Cricket Club, having finished unbeaten on 91 a fortnight ago
Woodhouse Grange moved to the top of the Hunters York & District League Premier Division with victory over Beverley Town by six wickets.
Clifton Alliance managed to hang on to their unbeaten record, but only just after beating Beverley Town Cricket Club by two runs at the Norwood recreation Ground.
Newly promoted Acomb sit proudly on top of the Hunters York & District Senior League Premier Division after their match against Beverley Town
There is much more at stake this season in the Hunters York & District Senior Cricket League than winning the highly coveted league title, for the top six teams including Scarborough
League cricket in Yorkshire will get an exciting new-look in 2016 with the creation of Yorkshire Premier Cricket.
Beverley Town Cricket Club second team claimed all 30 points after they beat title rivals Acomb at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
Jonathan Fisher says it is time for his side to look forward as he hopes for more from his experienced players this weekend Beverley Town Cricket Club travel to Hull Zingari
Beverley Town 4th XI made the short trip to Walkington for an important fixture between two sides hovering dangerously near the foot of the York & District Senior Cricket League Conference 1 table.