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Aug
12
by HRBFC at 10:38 AM
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We'd like to make you all aware that given all the work that's happening at Waterloo, trains times are not the same as usual.

They are now leaving Waterloo at 17 and 47 past the hour and via a different route so please check the South West Trains website to make sure what time it will get you to Hampton.

In addition, there are major roadworks in Kingston, meaning the 216 and 111 buses, which serve Hampton, are terminating and starting short of the Cromwell Road Bus Station so be advise to check with the TfL website to see how this will affect you.

Updated 09:36 - 12 Aug 2017 by Rob Overfield
Aug
11
by HRBFC at 9:16 AM
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RYAN Moss's second half goal meant the Beavers took their first batch of three points midweek but Dowse knows they need to step it up this weekend.

Although the Sports haven't yet taken a point so far this season, that's not that big an issue yet for any team, although the fact of them conceding 6 goals against Braintree and Havant in their first couple of games suggests the defence is still bedding down.

Given the attacking possibilities open to Dowse, the right combination could prove devastating for the Beavers if the Eastbourne defence is still creaking.

With Jerome Federico leaving the club, Taurean Roberts and Kyle Spence will be looking to provide that attacking spirit, with Brendan Kiernan and Max Kretzschmar providing the other creative forces for the Beavers.

Defensively, Jack Cook, Claudiu Vilcu and Nathan Collier have been sound, and after last season, clean sheets for Sam Howes are great news. With Wassmer to return after suspension, there looks to be some...
Aug
08
by HRBFC at 7:26 AM
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After Saturday's venture into Essex and a point at East Thurrock Utd, the Beavers come home for their first home game of the 2017-18 season.

Oxford City make the wander along the Thames valley as our opponents tonight and hopefully Hampton can pick up the three points.

Last season, City sneaked away with a 1-0 victory in the corresponding fixture, before the Beavers returned the compliment with a 5-0 thrashing at Marsh Lane.

Historically, the Beavers have never had a lot of luck against them as the teams have faced each other some 24 times in the past and Hampton only have 8 wins to show for their efforts.

Oxford City lost 3-2 at home to St Albans City at the weekend, can the Beavers inflict a second defeat?

Tickets are £12 for adults, £7 for concessions and £3 for under 16's plus under 5's are free; kick off is 7-45pm, so come on down and get behind the team!

Updated 07:03 - 8 Aug 2017 by Rob Overfield