Beverley Town hosted the York and District Intermediate league final on a warm and sunny Sunday in front of a large crowd at the Norwood Recreation Ground
Beverley Town Cricket Club Thirds hosted their final home fixture of the 2015 campaign against Brandesburton on Saturday.
Beverley Cricket Club Ladies end their season with a win as they beat Tottington St Johns CC by eight wickets at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
There was another dramatic finish at at the Norwood Recreation Ground as Beverley Town Cricket Club beat Studley Royal with just three balls to spare.
Beverley Town Cricket Club third teams chance of promotion is now in the hands of the other top sides of the division after a rain affected bank holiday fixture list.
Beverley Town hosted Dunnington who are chasing one of the top six spots to play in the premier division next season.
On what was the last game of the Beverley Town Cricket Club fourth team’s season, they hosted a good Eastrington at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
Beverley Town Cricket Club third team’s hopes of promotion were boosted by beating near rivals South Holderness by five-wickets.
Dunnington’s Jake Murphy produced his season’s best taking 5-40 to help bowl out hosts Beverley Town Cricket Club for 131
Beverley Town Cricket Club second team will be looking to bounce back from Saturday’s draw with Malton & Old Malton this weekend.
Beverley Town Cricket Club thirds kept themselves in the promotion hunt as they ticked off another 30 point victory at the weekend.
Beverley Town Cricket Club travelled to North Yorkshire to face title chasing Sheriff Hutton Bridge on the back of some good recent form.
Sheriff Hutton Bridge returned to the top of the Hunters York & District Senior Cricket League Premier Division winning for the first time in four weeks as former leaders Acomb
Beverley Town Cricket Club will welcome Driffield Town to the Norwood Recreation Ground this weekend in game that Beverley’s captain, Alex Nightingale says they simply must win.
Beverley Town Fourth’s claimed all 30 points as they beat Walkington by five wickets at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
After a hugely disappointing result last week at the hands of HICE the 3rds were once again on the road this week. They made the trip to Sutton, a side which sit second bottom of the division.
This week, Beverley Town seconds made the trip to Goole in a game they would be hoping to gain 30 points from.
On the back of good recent results, Beverley Town Cricket Club welcomed Heworth to the Norwood Recreation Ground as they looked to continue their good form.