by Jon Batham at 1:25 PM
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4 Mar 2014 12:33

The 34-year-old midfielder has missed the last the last two games due to an ankle injury

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Hampton & Richmond Borough hope to have Stuart Lake back for tomorrow’s night visit of promotion chasers AFC Hornchurch.

The 34-year-old midfielder has missed the last the last two games with an ankle knock sustained in the recent Middlesex Senior Cup Quarter-Final victory over Northwood just under a fortnight ago.

Beavers have struggled in his absence, so it is no surprise joint manager Paul Barry is anxious to have his general of the engine room back on board.

He said: “We are hopeful over Stuart for tomorrow.

The ankle swelled up like a balloon when he first did it and...
by HRBFC at 1:25 PM
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Tonight will see two teams keen to get back on track contest the three points as out-of-form Hornchurch make the trip to a Hampton side hardly full of confidence themselves.

The Urchins are looking for promotion but Saturday's 2-1 home defeat to Grays in an Essex derby was the club's fourth match without a win.

Hornchurch, relegated from the Conference South last season, do though remain in fourth place - and they will be determined to get their title challenge up and running this evening.

The Beavers are looking to make the most of a run of four straight home matches.

That sequence didn't start well on Saturday with a 2-0 home defeat to Leiston on Saturday but chairman Steve McPherson doesn't want "mid-table syndrome" to kick in with two months of the campaign left.

Ahead of tonight's game, he said: "The fans want to see good level performances and the players know they can't sit back and think of the summer. The expectations are still really high - nothing else will...
by Kristan Smith at 7:18 AM
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