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Dec
31
by Hampton & Richmond at 2:53 PM
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The Beavers have received a big boost heading into the New Year with the news that no fewer that four first team players have rejected more lucrative approaches.

Chairman Steve McPherson confirmed that a number of clubs have moved for some of our top performers over the past week.

Unsurprisingly, top scorer Charlie Moone has been the subject of a lot of the interest – along with midfielder pair Joe Turner and in-form Tom Hickey.

Defender George Wells was also a wanted man, but the under-contract player was keen to remain with the club.

Steve said: “This wasn't a case of us saying 'no you can't talk to him' - all the players wanted to stay, which speaks volumes for our improvement and how the team is progressing.

“It's a compliment to the club. It's great news as we live in an age where players are happy to move clubs for a couple of quid. We're delighted.”

After fantastic back-to-back wins over the Christmas period, Hampton head to bottom of the league Cray Wanderers...
Dec
30
by Jon Batham at 11:32 AM
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RYMAN LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION

Wealdstone 1

Hampton & Richmond Borough 3

Wealdstone suffered only a second league defeat of the season on Saturday as they fell prey to the goal machine that is Charlie Moone (pictured).

Hampton & Richmond’s in-form marksman made it 27 for the season with his team’s vital second goal in first half stoppage time as the Beavers followed up Boxing Day’s thrashing of Kingstonian with a second win in 48 hours against one of the title favourites.

Stones, who led 1-0 thanks to Sean Cronin’s penalty, will argue Hampton keeper Rodney Chiweshe should have been dismissed for handball with the score at 1-1, still lead the table as the season reaches the midway point.

They will reflect on chances which went astray and poor defending on Hampton’ first two goals which left them chasing the game up the slope in the second half, but this blip should be no cause for blood-letting by Stones’ passionate fans who must rally behind their side in...
Dec
30
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by Jon Batham at 10:09 AM
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30 Dec 2013 09:17

Wealdstone manager watches his side lose 3-1 to Hampton & Richmond but maintains promotion focus

Points target: Gordon Bartlett

Gordon Bartlett has set his sights on a century of points in a bid to lead Wealdstone to Conference South football next season.

The Stones boss watched his side lose in the league for the second time this season, 3-1 at home to Hampton & Richmond Borough on Saturday, but the men of the Vale are still looking down on the rest after amassing 51 points in the first half of what is a 46-game league campaign.

And while he is never a man to take things for granted, the veteran of the dugout who has been in the hot-seat at Wealdstone since 1995 claims his target is a realistic one.

He said: “I told the boys on Saturday our target is 100 points and that is possible if we look back on the first half of the season and some of the games we haven’t won.

“There are a lot of people...