BEVERLEY Under-14’s gave a clinical performance in attack and defence to notch an impressive 52-5 victory over Aireborough.
The visiting captain stood a head taller than the home players as he led a spirited 15-minute opening from the West Yorkshire side but the Beverley defence was committed and the Aireborough handling slightly awry.
Then, slightly against the run of play, fly half Danny Prescott showed he had recovered from a recent hamstring injury by bursting from his own 10 metre line to score.
Aireborough equalised in the corner but as the half drew to a close fine counter-rucking from Bosworth and Eagle resulted in Oliver Rodgers touching down between the posts and Rial converting to make it 12-5.
Beverley now knew that spreading the ball wide to the backs was key to winning and –m inspired by a superb tackle on the visiting captain by James Ashley the smallest player on the pitch - the plan paid off handsomely as tries flowed from Dugdale (2), Carling, flanker Dealtry-Todd and Rodgers (2).