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Blue & Golds entertain league strugglers

Beverley ARLFC will be at home again this Saturday (June 8th) and looking to bounce back from last weekend’s defeat at home to league leaders Ince Rose Bridge.

This time the the Blue & Golds take on Clock Face Miners (kick-off 2.30pm) at the Leisure Centre and will be looking to avenge a 44-28 defeat in the corresponding fixture back in March.

The clash will be an intriguing one, as Beverley will be looking to consolidate a top six play off place while their Merseyside visitors will be equally desperate for points. Clock Face currently sit just one place above the relegation zone.      

On the team news front, Scott Taylor looks set to continue his policy of developing young talent. Teenagers Bradley Kirky, Lewis Miller and Will Wallis have all played prominent roles in the campaign thus far.

The average age of the side looks likely to reduced further with Alex Paddock, Francis Coggle and Callum Bielby added to the squad. Experience will be added to the side as Jordan Precious comes in to replace the unavailable Lewis Straw.

Billy Riby is likely to return to full back as Peter Starling is injured and will shortly be away for some time as he undertakes some travelling. Alex Calvert also turned an ankle last weekend and looks set to miss out.