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.
Bishop Burton College has played host to hundreds of young riders and their families for a show-stopping Opening Ceremony, to mark the start of the 2022 British Eventing International Youth Championships.
The Youth Championships, which is being held at the college for the second year in a row, sees riders aged under 18 compete in a range of dressage, showjumping and cross country classes from Thursday 4th August to Sunday 7th August. The exclusive Opening Ceremony is a long-standing tradition and highlight of the event.
The Blue and Golds came up short in this tense struggle in Bradford on Saturday. Traffic congestion on the final few junctions of the M62 before the Bradford turn-off caused them to arrive with a very limited preparation time.
The story of the afternoon was the home side holding possession long enough and getting enough repeat sets to deny Beverley any real sustained pressure on their line.
Eleven boundaries from talented youngster Adam Pashby helped Beverley Town Cricket Club secure maximum points against South Holderness CC. Beverley won the toss and opted to bat posting a score of 232, while Holderness in reply, was bowled out for just a 146. When Pashby came to the crease his side was in real trouble at 50-4. His job on walking out there in the heat was to rebuild and…
Beverley-based racers have enjoyed a successful time on the track following the return to the Isle of Man after a 2-year wait for the TT races.
Three Beverley-based sidecar racers would compete with Gary Gibson and Tom Christie riding the all-new Beverley-built CES F2 chassis and Daryl Gibson partnering 17 times TT winner Dave Molyneux onboard the DMR KTM.
The Blue and Golds made this short West Yorkshire trip more in hope than expectation, with an injury list too long to mention.
Beverley had to dig deep into their playing staff and handed NCL debuts to Will Turnbull, Joe Dobson, Sam Beardshaw and Macca Cromack. It turned out to be a brave effort against a far bulkier and more experienced home outfit.
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.
The East Riding Leisure Centre in Beverley will host women’s walking football for the Over 50s.
It will take place from 10.30 am to 11.30 am on Tuesday, 17 May. After that, the sessions will be held every week for 10 weeks. The first session will be free, and subsequent sessions will cost £2.80 per person.
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.