A mixed team made up of players from Beverley Town Football Club’s Academy and Reserve squad travelled to Burton Agnes to face East Riding County Premier side Bridlington Albion.
Molescroft Rangers have slipped down to second place in the East Riding County League after they were beaten at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
The Lord Nelson have returned to the top of division two of the East Riding County League after they beat Driffield Evening Institute Reserves 4- 0 at Longcroft School.
Molescroft Rangers picked up where they left off before Christmas as they claimed tenth win of the season to move level on points at the top of the East Riding County League.
The Lord Nelson remain top of the East Riding County League after they shared the points with title rivals Beverley Town Academy at Longcroft School.
James Healey’s Molescroft Rangers have been knocked out of the Junior Cup by Newland Young Boys at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
The Lord Nelson won the bragging rights this weekend as they went head to head with Molescroft Rangers in the East Riding County League.
Molescroft Rangers continued their good run of form with a 4 – 0 win at the Beverley Leisure Centre over Middleton Rovers.
Molescroft Rangers recorded their first league win of the season beating Priory Park 3 – 2 in the East Riding County League. This was a good result for Rangers after last weekend when they were beaten badly by Beverley Town Academy.
Humber Premier League Champions Beverley Town return to action this weekend with an away game at Hessle Rangers.
Beverley Town Academy made light work of Molescroft Rangers smashing seven past their rivals in the derby at Leconfield.
Molescroft Rangers were beaten 3 – 2 by Hedon Rangers Reserves at the Beverley Leisure Centre. The defeat leaves Molescroft Rangers in ninth spot in the East Riding County League, Division One.
Hodgsons FC Reserves came out on top in the local derby last weekend as they beat Molescroft Rangers 3 – 1 at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
Molescroft Rangers share the spoils with Walkington despite going down to ten men in the East Riding County League.
Molescroft Rangers came from behind to beat Driffield Evening Institute in the East Riding County League at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
Garry Jackson, Shaun Foster and Mike Boynton were all on target for the Lord Nelson as they beat West Hull Amateurs 3 – 2 at Thurlow Avenue.
Molescroft Rangers were well beaten by Haltemprice Rangers at the Beverley Leisure Centre. Rangers were reduced to ten men after just 20 minutes and were eventually beaten 4 – 1 by the visitors.