by HRBFC at 5:42 PM
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Tonight's Middlesex Senior Cup match with Northwood has unfortunately fallen victim to the weather, and has had to be postponed following a teatime pitch inspection.

After an improvement in the weather over recent days, the club were confident that they could stage the game at Beveree, and therefore cancelled the use of Hayes & Yeading's 4G facility. However, rainfall today has once again rendered the pitch unplayable.

A new date for the game has yet to be arranged, but updates will be posted as soon as they are known.

The Beavers' next match is this coming Saturday, with an away game at Hendon. Please note that Hendon currently share Harrow Borough's Earlsmead ground, the directions to which can be found on the link below.
by HRBFC at 9:14 PM
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Saturday's home match with Bognor Regis Town has been postponed after a pitch inspection within the last hour.
After today's heavy showers, a local referee tonight confirmed the Beveree pitch was already unplayable - with more rain due in the morning.

Instead, the team will travel to Skrill South side Hayes & Yeading for a friendly on their artificial surface.

We will be back there in midweek, and there is certain to be some football on Tuesday - Hayes' 3G pitch at Beaconsfield Road has been hired so we will be able to complete our Middlesex Cup semi-final with Northwood regardless of more rain.

Directions can be found at

Joint manager Paul Barry said: "It's a great facility at Hayes, so we're grateful we will be able to get some football in some form over the next few days."

No new date for the Bognor game has been agreed. We will provide a further fixture update in due course.
by Richmond and Twickenham at 7:52 PM
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4:00pm Friday 14th February 2014 in Hampton and Richmond By Stuart Amos

Tightened belts: Hampton’s chairman Steve McPherson SP26587

Hampton & Richmond Borough chairman Steve McPherson has warned the bad weather could cost the club up to £20,000 in cold hard cash.

The Beavers have played only once this month as the bad weather has put the skids under their rise up the Ryman Premier League table.

And, while the club lives within its means, McPherson has warned he may have to go cap in hand to his fellow board members to cover the lost revenue.

“I know it is the same for everybody, but it does not help a club like us,” he said ahead of Saturday’s visit of Bognor Regis Town.

“We set a budget at the start of the season and we stick to that, but this weather is going to cost us between...