Beverley RUFC will welcome Dinnington to East Yorkshire this weekend as the Beavers host their first home match of the new season.
The match promises to be an interesting affair with plenty at stake with both sides boasting a 100pc record.
As with sporting fixtures across the nation, Beverley RUFC will hold a minute of silence ahead of the games as a mark of respect for the Queen.
Beverley RUFC will be allowing people to attend the match free of charge. Ahead of the main event, Beverley’s U15 will take to the field at 1PM to play Roundhay Grammar School.
There will also be a bouncy castle and refreshments as the club looks to host an open day to mark its 50th anniversary of being at Beaver Park.
Beaver’s Coach Craig Hancock will be hoping his side can continue to show the form they have in their opening fixtures. Should results go their way they could end the day top of the table.
To Beat Dinnington We Need Our Backs To Play Fast Expansive Rugby
Dinnington however will present a real threat to Beverley. They have also won both their opening games and are a point clear of the hosts having earned a Try Bonus Point.
Aside from that, there is very little to separate the two teams. Dinnington has scored 3 more points than Beverley while the Beavers have a better defensive record.
Furthermore, Beverley’s first two wins came on the road while their counterparts have won both home and away.
Speaking ahead of the game Hancock said;
“Dinnington has the same record as us and matches between the clubs are always competitive. They are a physical team and quite tough in the backs with strong running forwards.”
“The key for us to get something from the game will be matching them upfront. We then have to win and secure our own ball. Also, we will need our own backs to play fast expansive rugby.”
The last time the sides met at Beaver Park was in October 2021. Beverley thrashed Dinnington 39-15. That is the sort of result Hancock will be looking for his side to produce.
Beverley’s match will kick off at 3PM.
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