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12:00pm Friday 24th January 2014 in Hampton and Richmond By Stuart Amos

I’m on fire: Hampton striker Charlie Moone celebrates his first goal in Saturday’s 2-2 draw at Dulwich Hamlet

Scoring sensation Charlie Moone says his best ever season is down to the unity and togetherness of the Hampton & Richmond Borough squad – just do not mention the play-offs.

Tuesday night’s 2-0 win over Wingate & Finchley extended the Beavers’ unbeaten run to eight matches – and it saw the forward find the net once again.

It was the club’s fourth win from five in the Ryman Premier League, and saw relentless Moone’s 31st goal in all competitions.

But the on-fire marksman fears things may unravel if talk of a push for the top five gets any louder.

His spectacular half-volley got the hosts up and running on the...
Jan
24
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12:00pm Friday 24th January 2014 in Hampton & Richmond By Stuart Amos

I’m on fire: Hampton striker Charlie Moone celebrates his first goal in Saturday’s 2-2 draw at Dulwich Hamlet

Scoring sensation Charlie Moone says his best ever season is down to the unity and togetherness of the Hampton & Richmond Borough squad – just do not mention the play-offs.

Tuesday night’s 2-0 win over Wingate & Finchley extended the Beavers’ unbeaten run to eight matches – and it saw the forward find the net once again.

It was the club’s fourth win from five in the Ryman Premier League, and saw relentless Moone’s 31st goal in all competitions.

But the on-fire marksman fears things may unravel if talk of a push for the top five gets any louder.

His spectacular half-volley got the hosts up and running on the quarter of...
Jan
24
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24 Jan 2014 13:24

Beavers boss backs Maidstone in their pitch battle with Conference South chiefs

Hampton & Richmond Borough manager Paul Barry

Paul Barry has added his support to Maidstone United's efforts to be allowed to play in the Conference South with a 3G pitch.

The Stones are among the Ryman Premier promotion hopefuls, but as it stands, would be denied entry to the Conference South due to their synthetic surface.

Barry takes his Hampton & Richmond Borough side to Maidstone tomorrow, and had given his side's opponents his backing in their pitch battle, but admitted he couldn't see one being put in at Beveree any time soon.

He said: “It's farcical that you can play Champions League football on a 3G pitch, but not in the Conference South. There won't be many clubs at this level who can afford to install them, but if clubs want to go down that route they should be allowed to. It works well enough for...