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 Town Cricket Club members will once again be putting in the hard yards as they look to raise funds for both club and the NHS.
Over 60 players, made up of girls, boys men and ladies will tackle a gruelling 40-mile hike. A challenge the club aims to complete in just 24 hours.
Beverley Town Cricket and Recreation Club located on Norwood, Beverley – home of football, tennis, bowls and cricket – have completed the purchase of a John Deere Tractor.
The purchase was made possible thanks to £12,500 that was awarded by East Riding of Yorkshire Council as part of Commuted Sums from local housing developments.
Playing sports like football offer many benefits, especially for children. In Beverley, there are a host of local clubs offering sports to children.
Sports on offer include football, rugby union, rugby league and also cricket. Clubs like Beverley Town Football Club, for example, not only cater for children but also adults.
York Cricket Club beat Beverley Town Cricket Club by 81 runs at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
Beverley, however, can take many positives from the game both in the field and also with the bat. On another day this match could have swung their way
Photos featuring Beverley Town Cricket Club U13s B who hosted Sutton at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
Youngsters from the club took to the field in a 20 over game. Part of the clubs ongoing development of players this year sees two U13s being fielded by Beverley.
Beverley Town Cricket Club’s new season ended in wash out with both games being abandoned.
Both the first team and the fourth team were scheduled to play at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
Graham Knight, a popular who passed away suddenly last December life will be celebrated this weekend at a Quiet Riot event.
Well known in the town for his love of music, the night promises to be an emotional one. Organisers of the say the event on Friday will pay tribute to this highly respected member of the community.
Another trophy came Beverley Town Cricket Club’s way last Saturday when the 2nd XI won York Senior League Division One.
Although the weather prevented any play in two of the club’s Saturday games and the most vital, the 2nd XI fixture, was also abandoned before completion, news of cancellations and abandonments throughout the league meant the 2nds kept top place in Division one and will be promoted to the York Senior League Premier Division.
A dramatic weekend of cricket for Beverley Town Cricket Club brought three wins from three games on Saturday and a narrow loss for the 5th XI on Sunday.
The 1st XI secured promotion to the Yorkshire League North; the 2nd XI made significant strides in their own promotion ambitions and the 3rds continued to play a key role in the Holderness Division 2 title race with a narrow win over top of the table Patrington.
A busy Bank Holiday weekend for Beverley Town Cricket Club saw the 1st XI take 57 points from a possible 60 giving themselves a real chance of promotion.
The 2nd XI lost one game and picked up 27 points from their second to slip out of and back in to the promotion places; the 3rds won and then lost in two very tight finishes; and the 4ths rounded off their unbeaten season off in in style with a comfortable win.
There was a stark contrast between last Saturday and Sunday for Beverley Town Cricket Club.
Saturday saw a win for the 3rd XI and three winning draws while Sunday brought Hunters Cup final defeat for the 1st XI and a second loss of the season for the 5th XI.
Last weekend brought another two wins and two winning draws for Beverley Town Cricket Club.
The 4th XI win means they have secured the Holderness Division 4 title with two games to spare. The 1st XI also reached the Hunters Cup Final last Friday evening.
Last weekend brought a bumper crop of points for Beverley Town Cricket Club as they recorded two wins and three winning draws from their five games.
Beverley Town Cricket Club 1st and 2nd XIs produced excellent performances last Saturday to maintain their good runs.
The 4th XI had an easy win to move closer to honours. The 3rds lost a tight game and the 5ths were unfortunate to have their game cancelled due to a rare wet day on Sunday.
Once again Beverley Town Cricket Club had three wins last weekend with the 1st, 2nd and 4th XIs all recording impressive wins, losing a total of only ten wickets in the process.
Beverley record wins against Malton & Old Malton, Sewerby and Gilberdyke on what proved to be a very successful day for the club.
A partnership of 129 between Tony Spence (56) and Olly Grantham (76) set Beverley Town Cricket Club on the way to a 114 runs victory over strugglers Sewerby at the Norwood Recreation Ground.
Beverley scored a total of 272-4 also included 33 from Rob Fish whilst Tom Norton (49no) just missed out on a half-century.
Beverley Town Cricket Club had three wins last weekend with the 1st and 2nd XIs both beating local rivals.
The 4th XI continues to dominate their division after a comfortable win while the 3rds and 5ths both lost after lengthy unbeaten runs.