National Conference League leaders, Beverley ARLC will be looking to maintain their 100pc record this Saturday as they face Millon in their division three clash.
Beverley have won all seven of their opening fixtures, and after last weeks results are now clear leaders at the summit of the table with a two point advantage.
This weeks opponents, Millon, will be no push over. They have already claimed the scalp of Beverley’s closest rivals, Clock Face Miners so will line up against blue and golds full of confidence.
Millon currently sit fourth in the table and are the leagues second highest scorers with 294 points in their opening eight fixtures registering four wins and four defeats.
They also boast an impressive home record suffering just one defeat in four scoring a massive 214 points on their home turf on the west coast.
Beverley’s Head Coach is therefore rightly saying that he is expecting another ‘testing away trip’ though will travel will strong squad with just two injury worries to content with.
Bill Riby is likely to be sidelined for the match with what the club say is an ‘injured toe’ and Josh Poskitt will also miss this match as he recovers from a long term injury.
Taylor will be looking to his team to demonstrate the same sort character they showed last week to come from behind and win in Dewsbury.
Beverley know that any slip up on Saturday will give their title rivals, Clock Face Miners a chance to get back on terms and could also throw open the door to the chasing pack.
Beverley will be looking to the leagues leading try scorer, Lewis Poskitt and the leagues leading points and goal kicker, Lewis Straw to deliver on Saturday in this crucial fixture.
Anyone wishing to attend the game can take advantage of the bus service that will be leaving the Potting Shed, Flemingate at 8AM.
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