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Jan
27
by Richmond and Twickenham at 10:32 AM
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9:35am Monday 27th January 2014 in Hampton and Richmond By Rob Overfield

Hampton & Richmond Borough saw their eight match unbeaten league run left in tatters as they were thrashed 7-2 at Maidstone United.

The Beavers had the misfortune to face a wounded United team, looking to bounce back after a midweek defeat, and they showed why they were promotion candidates as they over-ran the Beavers defence.

The Beavers, with new signings Alex Finney and Lawson Okimeji in their squad, made the best possible start on two minutes when Dave Tarpey opened the scoring for the visitors, but it went rapidly downhill from there.

Maidstone were in no mood to be dictated to, and on 13 minutes, they equalised - Alex Flisher's header found Zac Attwood, who brought the ball under control and finished past...
Jan
27
by Surrey Comet | Hampton at 10:32 AM
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9:35am Monday 27th January 2014 in Hampton & Richmond By Rob Overfield

Hampton & Richmond Borough saw their eight match unbeaten league run left in tatters as they were thrashed 7-2 at Maidstone United.

The Beavers had the misfortune to face a wounded United team, looking to bounce back after a midweek defeat, and they showed why they were promotion candidates as they over-ran the Beavers defence.

The Beavers, with new signings Alex Finney and Lawson Okimeji in their squad, made the best possible start on two minutes when Dave Tarpey opened the scoring for the visitors, but it went rapidly downhill from there.

Maidstone were in no mood to be dictated to, and on 13 minutes, they equalised - Alex Flisher's header found Zac Attwood, who brought the ball under control and finished past keeper Rodney...
Jan
27
by HRBFC at 10:27 AM
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The Beavers came crashing down back down to earth with a bump after the Stones rolled us over on the 3G at the Gallagher Stadium.

Hampton were in it at half-time, 3-2 down but goals from Dave Tarpey and Joe Turner meant it was all to play for.

But Jay Saunders' title chasers went into over-drive in the second half to run out convincing 7-2 winners.

They scored four unanswered goals with Jack Parkinson, Frannie Collin, Michael Phillips and Charley Robertson all hitting the target.

It was an afternoon to forget for the team as our eight-game unbeaten run came to a shuddering halt in Kent.

There is a chance to pick ourselves straight up on Tuesday night when in-form Met Police arrive at the Beveree.

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