Maidstone United inflicted Hampton’s heaviest ever Isthmian League defeat on Saturday, running out 7-2 winners in a superb match. Well, for home fans and neutrals anyway!
On their now famous 3G pitch, the Stones were definitely the better side, although I don’t think they were five goals better. Two goals in the closing stages added gloss to the scoreline, when I think 5-2 would have been a fairer reflection. Instead of depressing myself by doing a standard match report and reliving the horror, especially as this report is being written three days after the game, I thought I would instead report on the day in general. For highlights of the match, click here to be taken to United’s site. For the Hampton view on things, check out Rob Overfield’s report.
Myself and my soon to be five year old son Callum...
Tonight's Ryman Premier match at home to Met Police has fallen victim to the returning rain.
Following a pitch inspection in the last half hour, a local referee has decided that the game can't go ahead.
The Beavers were looking to get back on track after Saturday's 7-2 reverse at Maidstone United.
Once a new date is confirmed, it will be the third attempt to get the match played.
The original game in October was abandoned after Alan Bray fractured his arm. It took until 9.30pm that night to move him from the pitch.
As soon as the fixture is rescheduled, we shall update fans both on the club's website and on our twitter account.