Beverley entertained Hornsea, who are currently sitting safely mid table in the Humber Premier League.Full Story »
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Beverley Town continued to the keep the pressure on Humber Premier League leaders Reckitts with a fine win over Hornsea Town.Magnificent Seven : Town Thrash Hornsea At Norwood > Read the full post on: HU17.netFull Story »
Beverley Whitestar Eagles missed the chance to go level on points with Hornsea Sporting after they were beaten at the Beverley Leisure Centre.
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Beverley Town manager Dave Ricardo said he was ‘really happy’ with his side after they started the New Year with a 5 – 1 win at the Norwood Recreation Ground.Northen Scores Twice But Sees Red At Norwood > Read the full post on: HU17.netFull Story »
Mill Lane travelled to Hornsea without their top goal scorer, but were still looking forward to a repeat of the open competitive games that the two teams shared last season in the East Riding girls Football League.Full Story »
Hodgsons FC came from two goals down as they earned a draw against Hornsea Town Reserves in the East Riding County League.
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11 Cubs from the 5th Beverley (Wesley) Pack have been presented with their Chief Scout’s Silver Award by Denise Hartley; the District Commissioner for Beverley & Hornsea, at their last meeting before the half term break.Full Story »
Robins’ youngsters Josh Guzdek, Connor Robinson and Sonny Esslemont have all recently lent their support to the TRY Reading initiative which has been taking place across various East Riding libraries. The scheme has been created by the Reading Agency who have worked in partnership with Rugby League World Cup 2013 to deliver it to local children aged four and over. Players from both the Robins and Hull FC have given up their time in recent weeks to go along and read stories to the children. Josh and Connor attended Hornsea Library, whilst Sonny put his reading skills to the test at Hedon Library. All three were more than happy to get involved with what is a very worthwhile scheme and Sonny commented: “It was quite daunting having to read to an audience as it’s not something I’ve done before. Once I got a few pages in I was ok though and it was a really enjoyable experience. Initiatives like this are great as they’re using the vehicle of professional sport to help educate children and it’s good fun!” All of the children who attended the sessions were also given the opportunity to win a limited edition Hull-themed Rugby League World […]Full Story »
Mill Lane United Yellows secured 3 East Riding Girls Football League points with a comfortable victory against spirited opponents Hornsea.Full Story »