by HRBFC at 4:15 PM
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After last week's unlucky draw for the Beavers, Hampton will go into tomorrow's game with much confidence that they can derail the White Tigers at Beveree and take that place in the draw.

Hampton looked to be coming home with all the points from Treyew Road from Jack Cook's header as they battled through the incessant rain, looking comfortable against the league leaders, but a rather fortunate penalty for the home side meant the team had to settle for just a point in a match which they were more than equal to Cornwall's premier team.

Truro City have had a good run, but this is the FA Cup and everyone knows that in this competition, nothing is certain and the boys will believe they can win on their own turf.

Hampton will be without Bradley Hudson-Odoi, as Sutton haven't allowed permission for him to appear in the Cup but Dowse will be able to bring in loan signing Dan Sweeney into the squad to provide the Truro management a measure of the unknown following the league matchup....
by HRBFC at 8:27 PM
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After our announcement last week, Ian and Alan have been accepted into the Hampton Court Palace taking place on March 18th next year, after the organisers heard about their fundraising efforts.

You can still join them as part of the HRBFC running team, and the instructions are below, and you even get a discount on entry to the race if you are part of the team, just enter the code h&rfc and your entry fee will be reduced by £3.

Interested in joining the Running Team? Follow the 3 steps below.

1) All interested runners should first sign up for the race using the following link

2) Once signed up email Ian Dyer so we can add you to our HRBFC Running Team list.

3) Then ask your friends, family and work colleagues to sponsor you for your run by sharing our HRBFC ‘Just Giving’ page.

Come on and join in, it will help so many of our youth...
by HRBFC at 4:55 PM
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The Beavers turn to travel to the National League's westernmost outpost has arrived and the team have travelled down to Truro in good spirits today.

Manager Alan Dowson is pleased with the way the players have trained this week, and is looking forward to taking on the White Tigers tomorrow.

"Everyone's had a good week in training and if you listen to them on the coach today, you can tell they're up for this."

There's no new injury worries in the team, and Alan feels it'll be a really strong squad to face the league leaders, as the Beavers will be looking to extend their 9 game unbeaten run.

"Brendan Kiernan came through the match at Cinderford ok, and will definitely be in contention for a starting place but I'll see how they are in the morning, before I decide."

Kick off will be 3pm and there'll be the usual text commentary on the club's twitter feed throughout the match.

Updated 16:28 - 6 Oct 2017 by Rob Overfield