Blue and Golds All But Down After Defeat To Woolstone Rovers

Defeat To Clock Face Miners Very Disappointing Says Coach
August 15, 2022

The Blue and Golds were in this contest for 50 minutes but sadly faded in the final 30 minutes of the game which was once again played in very hot conditions.

Now sitting 7 points adrift of Wigan St Judes in the table, only the unlikely event of them winning all of their last 4 games and St Jude’s losing their remaining 2 can save them from the drop to division 3 now.


Relief For Blue & Golds Coach As His Side Ease Relegation Woes

Relief For Blue & Golds Coach As His Side Ease Relegation Woes
July 10, 2022

The Blue and Golds breathed hope into their season and threw themselves a lifeline in the NCL Division 2 relegation battle with a 22-20 win over Wigan St Judes.

On a very warm afternoon, a somewhat patched-up lineup, as has been so often the case in an injury-ravaged campaign, looked to be going down tamely to defeat.


Blue & Gold Defeat A Hard One To Take Says Coach

Blue and Golds Miss Chance To Pull Away From Relegation Zone
June 19, 2022

The Blue and Golds will see this as another missed opportunity to pull away from the relegation zone. Having fallen 12-0 behind after only

10 minutes, they responded fantastically with 4 well-worked tries to lead 18-12 at the break. The second half proved to be a disappointment as they had to do far too much defending and struggled to create chances in attack.


Blue & Golds Put Up Second Half Fight But Are Well Beaten

Coach Proud Of Effort And Attitude Shown Following Heavy Defeat
May 3, 2022

The Blue and Golds came up against a strong Barrow Island outfit at the Leisure Center on Saturday as they were beaten 18 – 40 by Barrow Island.

The Cumbrians were an efficient unit with bulk across the park. They built up a 32-6 half-time lead and Beverley will at least take heart from an improved second-half showing.


Victory At Leisure Centre Sees Blue & Golds Climb Off Bottom Spot

Coach Proud Of Effort And Attitude Shown Following Heavy Defeat
April 25, 2022

The Blue and Golds produced their best performance of the season beating Clock Face Miners 18-12 at the Beverley Leisure Center. The victory sees Beverley ARLFC climb off the foot of the table.

Indeed, the first 40 minutes were near flawless as they led 18-0 at the break. They then had enough tenacity and spirit to survive a second-half revival by the Merseyside outfit and claim 2 more valuable league points.


Encouraging Performance From Blue & Golds Who Defeat The Warriors

Blue & Golds Back In Training Ahead Of New Season
February 8, 2022

This was a very encouraging performance in anticipation of the 2022 season for the Blue and Golds.

A new look Beverley lineup, probably in the final analysis out enthused their higher-ranked opponents to give themselves a pre-season boost. 6 new faces lined up in the 20 man squad and impressed new Head Coach Trevor Penrose.


Blue & Golds Will Head To West Yorkshire For Season Opener

Blue & Golds Will Head To West Yorkshire For Season Opener
January 18, 2022

The NCL fixtures for 2022 have been released. In a tricky looking opening month in division 2, Beverley will open up with a trip to Hunslet Warriors.

The following week, they will entertain Normanton Knights, in what will be their only home fixture in March, before hitting the road to Dewsbury Moor and Woolston Rovers.


Blue & Golds Conclude Season With Players Awards Night

Blue & Golds Conclude Season
October 1, 2021

Beverley’s 2021 season has now concluded and they held an end of season awards evening last Saturday evening. There were four awards up for grabs.

Lewis Miller took the committee player of the year. Billy Riby took the coaches player of the year. Dan Smart took the players player of the year and the young player of the year went to Dan Spence.


Depleted Beverley Well Beaten By West Hull

Blue & Golds Boosted By Player Returns For Their Match With Acorn
August 31, 2021

The tough schedule of matches took its toll on the Blue and Golds as they were beaten 50-0 by West Hull.

A depleted Beverley outfit, backing up from Thursday evening’s outing at Hull Dockers, simply had to do too much defending. A full-strength West Hull outfit took full advantage to hit the half-century mark.