Beverley Town CC and Pickering Abandoned After Rain Stops Play

Beverley Town CC and Pickering Abandoned After Rain Stops Play
May 22, 2017

The match between Beverley Town and Pickering looked evenly poised when it to fell victim to the weather.

Visitors Pickering made 159-8 thanks to an unbeaten 43 from Colin Franks and 32 from Mike Brown whilst Matthew Mudd took 3-33. In reply the home side had reached 97-4 with Brad Dobson making 34 and Tim Whincup (4-26) taking all four wickets to


Beverley ARLC: Distasteful Christmas Jumper Pub Crawl

December 19, 2010

Beverley ARLC squad celebrated Christmas with a pub crawl around Beverley. To add to the occasion they sported ‘distasteful’ Christmas jumpers, some clearly worse than others. The Ray Speckman Memorial Cup holders visited each of the pubs finishing in the town centre. Picture Gallery: Click on the thumbnail picture below to enlarge the image to full size Picture Gallery: Click on the thumbnail picture below to enlarge the…


Beverley ARLC End Losing Streak With Fine Win at Fenners

November 22, 2010

The Blue and Golds finally ended the losing streak which has seen them slide down the table, and did so in impressive style. There were a number of star performers. Gavin Proctor marshalled and prompted his troops well from the hooker position while Louis Hubbard claimed a hat trick of tries and demonstrated that he has lost nothing in his spell away in boxing. The half back combination of Steve…


Last Gasp Try Denies Beverley Victory

October 17, 2010

This was a sickening defeat for the blue and golds as they paraded their new strip.The visitors snatched victory with a try in the corner in the final seconds of the game to spoil the party. The hosts twice surrendered a ten point lead, in a game that they appeared to have the measure of their opponents in attack but let themselves down in defence at times. The game started…


Blue & Golds Show Heart in Tough Match at Leeds

October 11, 2010

As the scoreline suggests this game was mission impossible. The blue and golds travelled to Leeds last Saturday against a side which would certainly not be out of place in the Premier Division of the National Conference if they possessed the facilities to be there. They were physically bigger and oused class and ability from one to thirteen boasting a number of ex professionals in their ranks. There was no…


Blue & Golds Drop Points at Rangers

September 26, 2010

The blue and golds will consider this one a point lost rather than a point gained from this trip to Hull University. They attempted to play adventurously in blustery conditions which resulted in some spectacular tries but at times they made one pass too many when a more direct style of play was required. On a day when many players were having an off day the man of the match…


Beverley Tame the Tigers at the Leisure Centre

September 18, 2010

The blue and golds took the spoils in an encounter which they appeared to possess more big guns than their youthful but enthusiastic opponents but at times made hard work of it. The hosts piled on the pressure early which eventually paid dividends with Gavin Proctor going over from his customary dummy half position in the 10th minute. Shortly after a well worked move amongst the forwards saw popular publican…


End of an Era as Michael Brown Retires

August 16, 2010

Quality Solicitors Lockings are today announcing the retirement of Michael Brown, 59 from their Beverley office with effect from 31 August 2010. Mr Brown was born and has worked in Beverley all of his life, the last twenty years have been with Lockings.  His career as a Property Lawyer began in 1970 when his first duties included following his first boss, Noel Till, then senior Beverley solicitor around to court…


Cottingham Tigers Vs Beverley ARLC

May 24, 2010

Beverley ARLFC’s powerhouse pack laid the foundations for  their superb come-from-behind 28-18 Ray Speckman Cup final victory over rivals Cottingham Tigers at Haworth Park on Saturday. In the build-up to the game,  blue and golds’ coach Rich Shaw and captain Steve Davidson had talked about the need to muscle up in defence against a pacy Tigers’ side, certain that if they could contain their opponents’ powerful centres their big, bruising…


Beverley Book Place in Final by Beating Isberg

May 13, 2010

Beverley ARLFC’s rugged pack laid the foundations for the Blue and Golds to power into the final of the Ray Speckman Cup. With man-of-the-match Aaron Horsfield setting the example, Beverley proved too strong for a game Hull Isberg side, running out 36-26 victors to set up a mouthwatering final against East Riding rivals Cottingham Tigers. Although the scoreline suggests a tight game, Beverley’s dominance was such that in reality they…


Beverley ARLC Vs Cottingham Tigers

March 21, 2010

The blue and golds finally ended their losing streak and recorded their first victory since December 5th at a rainsoaked Leisure Centre last Saturday. The conditions made the ball like bar of soap and both sides frequently spilled possession.


Beverley ARLC Vs Lamworth

November 7, 2009

Beverley ARLC won today in the cup brushing aside the opponents, Lamworth with by a staggering 52 – 10 score line, Leeroy Stevens also managed to get on the score sheet to cap off a great day for Beverley ARLC. Match Report: The blue and golds ruthlessly dismissed youthful opposition last Saturday at the Leisure Centre and in doing so landed a tasty semi final clash away to Holderness Vikings….


Beverley RL Vs Fenners

October 3, 2009

The blue and golds finally overcame the stubborn resistance of a spirited Fenners outfit last Saturday at the Beverley Leisure Centre. They monopolised possession and territory in the first half but struggled to turn the pressure into points. The hosts opened the scoring with an astute pass from Neil Gay which sent Craig Hancock sprinting away to side-step the full back and score for Louis Hubbard to convert. The lead…