Four community groups in the East Riding and Hull have benefited from a grant scheme set up by five Yorkshire councils and funded by the construction industry.
Driffield Methodist Church, North Ferriby Primary School, Beverley Town Jaguars Under-16s and Rooted in Hull received a combined total of more than £30,000 in the latest round of awards from the YOR4Good fund.
Beverley Town Reserves were well beaten as they lost 3-1 to Driffield Evening Institute at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
The defeat means Town’s second string have lost their last eight consecutive games in a run that stretches back to August. As a result, they are just one place of the bottom in the Humber Premier League One.
People often talk about a mixed season but Hull City have had probably the most mixed of mixed seasons. After picking up just four wins between August and the start of December, the Tigers have lost just four games ever since.
Between the beginning of December and the middle of January, Hull won seven out of eight games, reverting to their inconsistent selves over the past couple of months.
A football team at Bishop Burton College thanks to its partnership with Hull City has helped established its self as one of the best in the county.
The college, near Beverley, is the home of the Hull City Tigers Academy. As a result, talented students are in a position to be spotted by the club and academy prospects released by the Tigers are able to continue playing at a high level with the college.