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Jan
12
by Richmond and Twickenham at 10:12 AM
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9:54am Sunday 12th January 2014 in Hampton and Richmond

Dave Tarpey marked his Hampton & Richmond Borough return with two goals as the Beavers thrashed Carshalton Athletic 4-0 on Saturday.

Tarpey, making his first appearance since returning to the Beveree from Farnborough on New Year’s Day, was in top form on his comeback.

The comprehensive win was Hampton's third straight Ryman Premier victory – with Charlie Moone also notching his customary goal.

Tarpey and Moone helped the Beavers get off to the perfect start, setting each other up for first-half goals as the forward blew the Robins away before the break.

Tarpey’s second and a Ben Harris goal in the final minute added the gloss on a great afternoon in front of a good crowd of 379.

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Jan
11
by HRBFC at 5:33 PM
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Dave Tarpey marked his Hampton return with two goals as the Beavers saw-off Carshalton Athletic 4-0 this afternoon.

Tarps, making his first appearance since re-signing from Farnborough on New Year’s Day, was in top form on his comeback.

The comprehensive win was our third straight Ryman Premier victory – with Charlie Moone also notching his customary goal.

The deadly due have the fans excited , and they got off to the perfect start; setting each other up for first-half goals as the forward blew the Robins away before the break.

Tarpey’s second and a Ben Harris goal in the final minute added the gloss on a great afternoon in front of a good crowd of 379.

Press officer Rob Overfield’s big match report and Chris Lewis picture will appear here soon!

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Jan
11
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by Surrey Comet | Hampton at 11:55 AM
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11:00am Saturday 11th January 2014 in Hampton & Richmond By Stuart Amos

Fearing the worst: Hampton defender Alan Bray, right, has switched to Walton & Hersham on loan

Hampton & Richmond Borough defender Alan Bray fears his time at the Beveree could be at an end – and it will not necessarily be down to him.

The 27-year-old has switched to Ryman Division One South Walton & Hersham on a six week loan deal as he steps up his return to fitness after breaking his arm earlier in the season.

Impressive festive wins over Kingstonian and Wealdstone have fired hopes of a play-off push from the Beavers and Bray admits the new found form could affect...