There was no shortage of effort skill and energy in this Beverley performance but it is fair to say that they were out out-muscled by a bulkier pack.
The visitors were again prepared to throw the ball around but it did often result in them turning the ball over early in the tackle count. As a result, Beverley had to defend far too many sets, especially close to their own line which was energy sapping.
Don’t be fooled by this score line as the young Braves gave the much bigger Bulls a real scare before a 10-minute spell immediately after the break when Beverley never touched the ball finally broke them.
After a cagey opening quarter when Myton Warriors gave as good as they got, the Beverley Braves got into their groove and eventually ran away with the game romping home 38 to nothing, the second clean sheet in a fortnight.
A Joe McCabe hat trick ensured the Braves grabbed the spoils out at Keyingham but even that wasn’t enough for him to earn the man of the match award as work horse Josh Hamlyn took that accolade after a tireless performance from the second row.