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Aug
04
by HRBFC at 6:13 PM
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The club are delighted to welcome defender Jack Cook to the club, after Dowse swooped to get the player's signature today.

The highly rated young defender is well thought of after spending last season impressing as part of last season's Worthing squad.

Last month, Cook had a trial for Aldershot Town and after nothing came of it, Alan persuaded Jack to come to Beveree.

Jack originally signed for the Rebels after catching the eye while playing at Brighton University back in 2014 and made almost 100 appearances for the South coast club.

Welcome to the club Jack!

Updated 17:59 - 4 Aug 2017 by Rob Overfield
Aug
04
by HRBFC at 8:33 AM
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AFTER an impatient summer without football, the Beavers are champing at the bit to get started, and for their second season back in the division, they start it away from Beveree.

East Thurrock Utd under John Coventry are a difficult unit to crack and perhaps it will turn out to be an ideal opening game for the team.

Speaking this week to the National League website, Dowse said "It’s not an easy place to go, but I think if you’ve got to go there, go on the first day of the season."

“We’ll be up there I think,” he added. “I think we have a chance. I think we could have a good season all being well.

The Rocks have held the upper hand in recent contests, the Beavers' last victory being back in August 2015, when goals from Michael Kamara and Nicke Kabamba were just enough to give them a 2-1 win.

Can the Beavers do it at Rookery Hill this time round - having not won there since Alan Bray's goal in August 2013 separated the teams? On Saturday evening, we will...
Jul
30
by HRBFC at 11:46 AM
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By Richard Parsons

IT’S the signing that all Beavers fans have been awaiting all pre-season as Brendan Kiernan commits to another year with the Beavers.

In fact, many will have thought that Hampton’s dynamic marksman was already on the books, but Brendan has been weighing up his options and spent some time with a Football League club before joining our training later than his colleagues.

However, after Saturday’s game against Salford City,he signed a one-year contract, to the obvious delight of manager Alan Dowson, who is looking for 20 goals-plus from Brendan in the National League South.

Kiernan originally joined us on loan from Bromley two years ago and has since been a permanent and popular fixture in the team.

Updated 10:47 - 30 Jul 2017 by Rob Overfield