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Feb
14
by HRBFC at 5:27 PM
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There will be a pitch inspection either this evening or early tomorrow to determine if this weekend's Ryman Premier game with Bognor can go ahead.
After today's showers, a local referee will be down at the Beveree to let us know if there is any chance of play.

If the game does get postponed, the team will travel to Skrill South side Hayes & Yeading for a friendly.

But the is certain to be some football on Tuesday - Hayes' 3G pitch at Beaconsfield Road has been hired so we will be able to compete our Middlesex Cup semi-final with Northwood regardless of more rain.

Directions can be found at http://www.yeadingfc.co.uk/clubinfo.asp

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."

We will keep you fully up to speed on tomorrow's match on the website and the club's twitter account.
Feb
14
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by Tim Street at 12:14 PM
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14 Feb 2014 10:56

Dan Thompson told he will not be welcomed back to Beveree a third time

Dan Thompson in his first spell at Hampton & Richmond Borough

Striker Dan Thompson has been told he will never wear a Hampton & Richmond Borough shirt again – ahead of his return to Beveree with Bognor Regis tomorrow.

The talented youngster left the Beavers for the second time over Christmas to join Conference South side Hayes & Yeading, but has since dropped back into the Ryman Premier on dual registration with Bognor.

Having come through the ranks at Beveree, Thompson first broke into the first team as a 16 year old three years ago, and within a few months had earned trials at the likes of Newcastle, Stoke, QPR and Crystal Palace.

He was eventually snapped up by Portsmouth, but played only one game in the League Cup before being released before finding his way back to Hampton last summer, re-signing in September.

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Feb
12
by HRBFC at 4:28 PM
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There is someone actually quite pleased about the last six week of wall-to-wall rain, and that is midfield man Tom Hickey.

After breaking his nose against Carshalton Athletic last month, the 20-year-old has been sidelined and left playing a waiting game.

It has transpired that he hasn't missed much in the way of football, with a large number of games being called off during his enforced absence.

But Tom could be back sooner than expected after being given permission to play with a mask to protect his face.

And that could mean he is in contention for a place in the squad for Saturday's scheduled visit of Bognor Regis Town.

Hickey explained: “I think overall I have only missed four matches, which isn't too bad considering I think there was double that number of games originally planned.

“I'm about the only person who hasn't been left frustrated by the rain! Richard the club physio has sorted me out a mask so tomorrow evening instead of training I will be getting that...