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Sep
05
by HRBFC at 8:13 AM
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Tonight sees Chelmsford City make their way to Beveree for a game that will ask a lot of the Beavers.

Saturday's 2-2 draw, while being a good point against Dartford, could have been an excellent win but Dowse will be looking to build on that point.

The Clarets could only grab a point themselves at the weekend, as visitors Bognor Regis held them to a goalless draw at the Melbourne Stadium.

With suspensions kicking in 7 days after the offence this season, defender Charlie Wassmer will be available to play for the team tonight and Dowse will have a full squad to pick from.

It's a 7-45pm kickoff tonight, £12 for adults, £7 for concessions, £3 for under 16's and under 5s free.

Updated 07:36 - 5 Sep 2017 by Rob Overfield
Sep
04
by HRBFC at 1:22 PM
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The club has been given an interesting but tricky home tie for their entry into the FA Cup this season.

Their opponents on Sept 16th will be Potters Bar Town of the Bostik League North, who beat Bishops Stortford 1-0 at the weekend.

Updated 13:12 - 4 Sep 2017 by Rob Overfield
Sep
01
by HRBFC at 4:23 PM
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RYAN Moss's 5th minute goal was enough for the Beavers to ease past Welling Utd in the Bank Holiday Monday heat but Dowse will want to follow it up with another win.

With players going out on dual registration or moving on to other clubs, the Beavers are still looking to complete the squad in one of two key areas.

This Saturday's visitors are Dartford and the last meeting, in April this year ended with a 3-1 Hampton loss at Princes Park, which given the team's long injury list, wasn't as bad a result as it looked. In the corresponding fixture at Beveree, the Beavers won 4-2 and Dowse would love to repeat that tomorrow.

Prices are the usual £12 for adults, £7 for concessions, £3 for under 16s and under 5 are free.

In addition, there will be a bucket collection for Cancer Research at the game, to help boost the charity fundraising, currently being undertaken by our press officer Rob Overfield.

If you can't make the game, then there will be text commentary on the club's twitter...