by HRBFC at 8:06 PM
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The Beavers will be looking to take their sparkling league form into the Cup with Northwood due at the Beveree on Tuesday night.

The rain may be back but the plan is to play the Southern League Central side tomorrow and build on the club's recent good run with the prize of a place in the semi-final at stake.

But we take on a team also enjoying a good spell - three league wins from their last five outings has the Woods sitting just outside the play-off places.

Hampton may have a few injury issues heading into the quarter final but joint manager Paul Barry says it's a competition the club are taking seriously.

He said: "You want to win every match you play and with the final of the competition now in sight the excitement starts to build.

"Our form is good at the moment and we're scoring goals so it represents an opportunity to build on the league results and keep things ticking over.

"We're delighted with Saturday. A 4-0 victory at any stage of the season is great but...
by HRBFC at 4:47 PM
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Dave and Charlie resume their strike partnership to superb effect against Carshalton.

Dave Tarpey returned to Beveree Stadium on New Year's Day, after being released from his contract at Farnborough. Since then, he's had to wait ten days to make his second debut for the club, but that extra time to train with the rest of the squad seems to have paid dividends. On a soft but rain free Beveree pitch, he scored two and made one as Paul & Darren's team registered their third successive win.

The recent postponements could have disrupted the team's fine form, but any of those fears were dispelled inside the first eleven minutes, with two quick fire goals for the reunited front two. However, it was Rodney Chiweshe who was called into action first, making a smart save from Jordan Wilson's freekick. Although he couldn't hold the shot, he did get to the loose ball just as Jason Henry closed in, pushing it against the attacker and out for a goal kick.

Three minutes later, and Hampton had...
by Surrey Comet | Hampton at 10:43 AM
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9:54am Sunday 12th January 2014 in Hampton & Richmond

Dave Tarpey marked his Hampton & Richmond Borough return with two goals as the Beavers thrashed Carshalton Athletic 4-0 on Saturday.

Tarpey, making his first appearance since returning to the Beveree from Farnborough on New Year’s Day, was in top form on his comeback.

The comprehensive win was Hampton's third straight Ryman Premier victory – with Charlie Moone also notching his customary goal.

Tarpey and Moone helped the Beavers get off to the perfect start, setting each other up for first-half goals as the forward blew the Robins away before the break.

Tarpey’s second and a Ben Harris goal in the final minute added the gloss on a great afternoon in front of a good crowd of 379.

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