by HRBFC at 4:55 PM
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The Beavers turn to travel to the National League's westernmost outpost has arrived and the team have travelled down to Truro in good spirits today.

Manager Alan Dowson is pleased with the way the players have trained this week, and is looking forward to taking on the White Tigers tomorrow.

"Everyone's had a good week in training and if you listen to them on the coach today, you can tell they're up for this."

There's no new injury worries in the team, and Alan feels it'll be a really strong squad to face the league leaders, as the Beavers will be looking to extend their 9 game unbeaten run.

"Brendan Kiernan came through the match at Cinderford ok, and will definitely be in contention for a starting place but I'll see how they are in the morning, before I decide."

Kick off will be 3pm and there'll be the usual text commentary on the club's twitter feed throughout the match.

Updated 16:28 - 6 Oct 2017 by Rob Overfield
by HRBFC at 8:54 AM
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First Team Manager Alan Dowson and Assistant Ian Dyer will be running the Richmond Park Half Marathon to raise funds for the clubs Youth section and Academy, and they’d like YOU to join them!

We are looking for players, parents, coaches, and willing volunteers to lace up their running shoes and join the HRBFC Team to take on the 13.1 mile course on Sunday 26th November.

All sponsorship money will go towards the clubs Youth section and Academy, to help with the future development of both programmes.

Dowse said; “Our Youth football section and Academy are the life blood of our community, and massively important to myself and the football club. This run is a great way for everyone to work together to help support these young players of the future.”

Dyer added; “The ultimate aim for us is to develop local young footballers who go all the way through our youth football pathway, and into the First Team. We are very much looking forward to this run, and hopefully we will be joined by...
by Kristan Smith at 7:14 AM
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