Works to the Clubhouse at Beverley & East Riding Lawn Tennis Club have been completed with the help of £70,000 from East Riding of Yorkshire Council as part of Commuted Sums from local housing developments.
In addition to the £70,000 from Commuted Sums, Beverley and East Riding Lawn Tennis Club have put around £29,000 of their own funds towards the project.
When the 2019 US Open commences at Flushing Meadows in New York City at the end of August, despite the distance, fans of tennis in Beverley will have a vested interest in the progress of one of the town’s former residents.
Kyle Edmund is a familiar name to members of the Beverley & East Riding Lawn Tennis Club, which is where the current British number one first began to hone his talent as a youngster. Indeed, the coaching program is run by head coach, Tom Davies, who contributed towards helping Edmund realise his ambitions of becoming a professional tennis player.
Beverley Town Football Club travelled to league leaders Reckitts on the back of two wins and full of confidence.
Conditions were similar to the previous week, with a strong wind blowing straight down the pitch. Eric Gardham and Tom Davies returned to the side to make up a back 3 with Kurtis Bedford, apart from that Town were unchanged.