by Tim Street at 12:02 PM
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7 Feb 2014 11:06

Hampton will hold onto Finney and Okijemi for as long as both parties are happy

Hampton & Richmond Borough manager Paul Barry

Hampton & Richmond Borough have been told they can keep Leyton Orient duo Alex Finney and Lawson Okimeji for as long as they want.

The pair pitched up at Beveree on work experience from the League One promotion chasers last month, with Finney playing both games since arriving and Okimeji making the bench both times, coming on once.

Centre-back Finney and central midfielder Okimeji's arrivals have been timely, with Billy Jeffreys set to miss the rest of the season, and Bradley Simmonds and Tom Hickey out for at least another month.

Beavers boss Paul Barry said: "Alex has been in and around the first team squad at Orient and has been on the bench for them a few times – and they really rate him there.

"He had a baptism of fire against Maidstone – we didn't want to throw him...
by Richmond and Twickenham at 12:02 PM
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10:00am Friday 7th February 2014 in Hampton and Richmond By James Hepworth

Off: Midfielder Karle Carder, right, saw red in Tuesday's 3-1 win at Met Police

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Hampton & Richmond Borough joint manager Paul Barry has told his squad to keep enjoying their football and results will look after themselves.

The Beavers bounced back from last month’s 7-2 hammering at Maidstone...
by Tim Street at 10:45 AM
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5 Feb 2014 10:10

Hampton rally after Carder's dismissal to beat Met Police and revive their play off hopes

Red card: Hampton & Richmond Borough's Karle Carder

Met Police 1-3 Hampton & Richmond Borough

Paul Barry praised his Hampton & Richmond Borough troops' battling qualities after they won at Met Police with just 10 men last night.

Despite having former Brentford midfielder Karle Carder sent off in the 64th minute, two goals from Charlie Moone, plus one from Dave Tarpey, gave the Beavers a comfortable 3-1 win at Imber Court.

Moone opened the scoring on 18 minutes with a tap-in after Tarpey's free kick came back off the post, but the Met got the equaliser in the third minute of 11 added on at the end of the first half following a first minute injury to one of the linesmen.

After Carder's sending off, the Beavers looked like a point would be enough for them, but a 75th minute strike from Tarpey found it's...