by HRBFC at 5:33 PM
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Joint manager Paul Barry has called for more improvement from his side as the Beavers make the trip to Enfield on Saturday.

Tuesday night's 3-0 win over Bury Town saw "standards raised" according to his partner-in-crime Darren Powell.

Our first win in four was a big relief, and now Paul wants to build on that with another good showing.

Enfield's battle against the drop was boosted in midweek. They beat Harrow Borough 1-0 for their first victory in a month.

And Barry know it will be tough pitting his wits against George Borg in the opposite dug-out tomorrow.

He said: "Enfield are fourth from bottom and will be fighting for their lives, but we've got our own point to prove after recent performances.

"Tuesday was much better. Belal's three goals were excellent - he is such a superb player, a class act. He's in contention to play of course but we have a lot of competition for places.

"It's fair to say we have been lifeless in the last few weeks but there's signs things...
by Tim Street at 3:44 PM
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Roberts, Powell and Brewer all in contention, while three others will be assessed

Paul Barry has received a triple boost ahead of tomorrow's game at Enfield Town.

The Hampton & Richmond Borough boss should have Justyn Roberts, Tommy Brewer and co-manager Darren Powell all back in the fold.

Dave Tarpey and Karle Andrews and hat-trick hero Belal Aite-Ouakrim all took knocks in Tuesday night's 3-0 win over Bury Town, but Barry hopes to have them all available for the trip to north London.

Definitely out are defender Billy Jeffreys, who has a long term injury, and striker Ben Harris, who is suspended.

Tuesday's win over Bury brought to an end a three-match losing streak for Hampton, leaving them 14th in the Ryman Premier table.

Enfield, who currently occupy the final relegation place, also won their first match in four on Tuesday night when they beat Harrow Borough 1-0. The two sides are yet to meet this season.

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by Tim Street at 10:53 AM
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Hampton boss excited by thought of Aite-Oukarim at full pelt next season

Paul Barry reckons a fully fit Belal Aite-Oukarim will scare Ryman Premier defences to death next season.

The frontman, who has endured an injury-plagued campaign since joining from Hendon, hit a hat-trick as Hampton & Richmond Borough dispatched Bury Town 3-0 on Tuesday night.

With Charlie Moone and Dave Tarpey a pretty much immovable strike pairing, Beavers boss Barry tried Aite-Oukarim on the right wing against Bury – with impressive results.

Barry said: “Belal is a class player, we just need to get him fit. He's getting there, and hopefully he will be on fire next season. Some of the things he does in training are ridiculous.

“He is technically superb, but he's been unable to get in front of Charlie and Tarps. However, playing him out wide gives us another option and him a fresh lease of life.”

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