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Feb
08
by HRBFC at 10:13 AM
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This afternoon's Ryman League Premier Division match against Hendon FC has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch at Earlsmead.

A new date will be announced as soon as arranged.

In other news, the home match against East Thurrock United, which was postponed last weekend, will now take place on Tuesday, March 25th at Beveree with a 7:45pm kick off.
Feb
07
by HRBFC at 6:33 PM
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The Beavers' Ryman Premier match tomorrow at Hendon is subject to a 9.30am pitch inspection.

Hendon have told the club tonight that a local referee will look at the Earlsmead surface first thing in the morning.

With heavy rain forecast overnight, the game is in considerable doubt with a number of Non-League and Football League fixture already called off.

Hampton were hoping to build on the fantastic 3-1 win over Met Police on Tuesday night, with a double from top scorer Charlie Moone doing the damage.

The Greens will let us know the outcome as soon as it is known. Fans are urged to keep looking at the website and our twitter feed for updates.

Meanwhile, the reserves' match against Corinthian in the Suburban League Cup, second leg at the Beveree has already been confirmed as off.
Feb
07
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by Tim Street at 2:35 PM
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7 Feb 2014 13:40

Hampton come against FA Cup giant-killer tomorrow when they travel to Hendon

Tony Taggart in his Hampton & Richmond Borough days

Hampton & Richmond Borough will come up against a former favourite when they take on Hendon at Harrow Borough tomorrow.

Tony Taggart spent the second half of last season at Beveree after joining from Havant & Waterlooville in January, but left for Ryman Premier rivals Hendon in the summer.

It was during his first spell at Havant, in 2007, that Taggart made national headlines for scoring the goal which knocked Notts County out of the FA Cup, in a run which finally ended in a defeat at Anfield.

Hampton boss Paul Barry said: “Taggs was excellent for us, and you know what to expect. He works hard, is comfortable on the ball and dangerous from set pieces.”

The Beavers, meanwhile, have ex-Hendon striker Belal Aite-Ouakrim in their ranks, who after a spell out with a groin...