Beverley RUFC – 6th September 2022
There has been a lot going on at Beaver Park recently both on and off the field for Beverley RUFC.
A 1st for Beverley RUFC and a rarity within the rugby world! We now have a female President! Carol Innes, who has been with the club since 2007, formerly taking on the role of Safeguarding officer, Mini & Junior Chair and more recently Club Vice Chair will be our President for the 2022/23 season. She has great ideas for the club and has proven over the years that she has great enthusiasm and is extremely committed to the club development. I am sure you will all support and welcome Carol in her new role.
Malcolm Herbert steps down to Vice President after 12 years-service in the ‘top job’. Malcolm has been and will continue to be a great ambassador for our club, thank you, Malcolm, from all of us.
Touch Rugby Continues
Due to the fantastic success of our Touch Union on Friday evenings, the rugby club will be carrying it on for September. All are welcome, family, friends, visitors, and non-members, to come down and enjoy. Fridays from 6.30 pm.
The first team got off to a winning start away at Wetherby on Saturday. You can read the full report on our website – Wetherby 22-25 Beverley.
Beverley RUFC have also made five new additions to the team:
Chairman Brian Gilbert has also spoken to Tom Cavanagh ahead of the game on the Thursday Night Fixture. You can hear this and other local sporting interviews on the Sports Interviews section of the website.
All information kindly sent by Zoe Westlake of Beverley RUFC.