by HRBFC at 8:43 PM
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We are recruiting quality players to join our full time 2 years academy programme. The education will be BTEC Level 3 Sport Diploma Course, which after 2 years is equivalent to 3 A Levels.

The club is looking for players leaving Y11 at school or 17-year- olds who qualify as first year scholars.

If you think you fit the bill then you are invited to send CVs to academy manager Koo Dumbuya, however if you require more information then call on 07952 223652.

This will be for our successful Ryman U18s and The National League U19s Alliance.

Updated 20:31 - 26 Jun 2017 by Rob Overfield
by HRBFC at 7:34 PM
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Speaking after signing, Dowse was impatient to get on with the task of getting the Beavers back into the playoff spots.

“I can’t wait to get started. I have wanted an opportunity like this for a long time.” he said after signing his contract with chairman Graham Wood looking on.

He will formally take up his duties in early July after he has said goodbye to friends and colleagues at Weston Green School, Thames Ditton, and Westward School at Walton, where he has worked for 20 years.

Meanwhile, training starts this coming Saturday (24th) with a session at Carlisle Park, Hampton, for the first team squad plus a number of triallists.

Dowse is happy to see supporters there if they want to watch the players being put through their paces.

Please see linked document below for dates and times.

Updated 19:30 - 22 Jun 2017 by Rob Overfield
by HRBFC at 9:53 PM
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The dust has settled on the signings for the Beavers and the squad is taking shape, leaving Dowse pleased with the players he’s brought in. When you look at the squad as a whole, it looks good.

Dowse brought in Claudiu Vilcu and Charlie Wassmer to add some extra quality to the defenders currently with the club, Tom Jelley, Kieran Murphy, Josh Casey, Michael Kamara and Sam Gallagher, meaning that there’s plenty of options there to choose from.

Max Kretzschmar and Harry Crawford were added to the likes of Leon Solomon, Nathan Collier, Jerome Federico and Brendan Kiernan, although Crawford can fit in either outside or just behind the striker.

In addition to Crawford, Ryan Moss joined the squad, to give a bit of variety alongside Duncan Culley and Christian Jolley. Moss is a bit of a poacher in the box, and working alongside the bustling Culley, should give opposing defences some issues.

However, the one vital position that Dowse is still working on,...