It was a blustery autumnal day as Beverley U-15's travelled to Hullensians with the visitors using the wind to quickly get on top with halfbacks Scanlan and Prescott moving the team forward.
Several phases of play in the opposition 22 lead to Liam Foreman scoring the first try. Beverley continued to dominate and Harvey Wilkinson added a second. After the second try Hullensians finally got the re bigger pack into the game and put several phases of play together to get into the Beverley 22. A clever grubber kick play by the centre allowed the winger to touch down in the corner to make it 10-5.
Stung by the try, Beverley continued to use the wind and dominate territory and top club score from last year Charlie Carling showed his pace when given some space on the outside. Oliver Eagle score next following some miscommunication in the Hullensians defence and Carling scored his second for Beverley to lead 25-10 at half time. A nasty cut to Jake Harding leg and a trip to A&E just before half time meant Beverley’s forward resources were stretched.
Hullensians started the second half using the windy conditions as Beverley tried to reorganise there pack. A loose defence kick allowed Hullensians to score in the corner and give them hopes of a comeback, however, the defensive work by backrows Rial, Eagle and captain Hirst kept them out for the rest of the game.
As the half went on, Beverley kept the ball in hand worked their way up field and Carling completed his hat-trick with a well worked back move and Max Cowie finish the scoring to make the final score 35-10.
Although most of the tries were scored in the backs, credit should go to the front row forwards of Hopson, Bosworth and Reid for their hard work against a bigger pack with a special mention for Gui Dias and Tom Knight playing in unfamiliar positions.