Monsoon like rain throughout Friday night left the Beverley RUFC First team pitch waterlogged and this match was therefore transferred to the No 2 pitch which was also very wet but at least playable.
Not a lot here to cheer about. To commemorate the club’s Ladies Day Beverley turned out in pink and unfortunately for most of the time they played accordingly.
A one-sided first half but overall plenty of exciting rugby. On an afternoon of early spring sunshine both sides ran the ball from anywhere and despite the final margin of defeat Beverley RUFC emerged from the game with great credit
Good in parts but overall not a particularly memorable afternoon. After their steadily improving recent performances today was disappointing for Beverley.
Another tough fixture against a top four side and another pretty hefty defeat for Beverley RUFC.Forget all about that. This was a rousing game played in a great spirit.
Beverley went down to the heavy defeat they might have expected here but there was no disgrace in this loss. Sandal with only one defeat this season are flying high and together with Sale
Beverley return to action this week after having a much needed week off having endured a tough start to their National North 3 campaign.
Another spirited fightback by Beverley RUFC but again not quite enough. They went from 8-39 to 29-39 and given another five minutes might well have snatched a losing bonus point.
Beverley RUFC make the journey to the North East this weekend with a similar win loss record as Westoe but are separated by just 2 points at the bottom of the table.
A carefree romp with eighty six points brought the curtain down on another season at Beaver Park. Neither side had anything at stake here and both threw the ball about with abandon.
Beverley RUFC coach Anthony Posa said he was ‘gutted’ that their clash with local rival Hull Ionians in the Yorkshire Cup will not take place.
Beverley RUFC resume their league programme this Saturday with a home fixture against struggling Firwood Waterloo at Beaver Park.
Beverley RUFC Head Coach Anthony Posa is under no illusions to the task that face his men this week.
Impressive Beverley RUFC will be looking to maintain their fine form of late when they entertain yet another high flying National Three North side in Wakefield’s Sandal RUFC this Saturday
Injury hit Beverley are preparing for their longest away fixture on Saturday against Penrith in Cumbria.
Huddersfield RUFC are this Saturday’s visitors to Beaver Park for the National League 3 fixture with the Beavers.
Beverley RUFC travel across the M62 again on Saturday for what must be their first ever visit to confront Sale RUFC at Heywood Road.
Beverley RUFC cannot afford much more like this. They have enough quality to be a top six side yet they have now lost five matches, at least four of them games they should have won.