by HRBFC at 8:12 AM
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The funeral is set to take place at noon on Friday 10th August at St Mary's Church, Church Street, Sunbury, TW16 6TG just by the river.

After the funeral, everyone will be before heading back to HRBFC.

Updated 07:28 - 30 Jul 2018 by HRBFC Press Team
by HRBFC at 8:55 PM
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Tyrell Miller-Rodney and Dylan Randall have put pen to paper to sign for the club this season, while goalkeeper Charlie Burns is set to sign later this week.

Miller-Rodney, a former Brentford academy player, has featured on a handful of occasions for the Beavers in pre season as a right back or right sided wing back.

He was also very effective in midfield for rivals Staines Town last season and can play anywhere down the right hand side.

Beavers fans will need no introduction to Dylan Randall, who became our youngest ever player in a competitive first team game as well as our youngest ever scorer.

Randall will be looking to make an impression on new boss McCann, and with the gaffers excellent track record for nursing young players into the demands of senior football, Randall is in good hands.

Finally, Charlie Burns will sign with the club for this season to provide some competition for new keeper Tom Lovelock for the number one jersey this term.

Burns came through the MK Dons...
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FRUSTRATING as the outcome proved, Hampton’s seventh (of eight) pre-season games at Southern League Farnborough on Saturday provided manager Gary McCann with more insight into how his final squad will take shape.

This game – and the previous one at Leatherhead – were a chance for him to give the remaining triallists a good run-out before deciding on who and who doesn’t make the cut.
The day after the Leatherhead match, he had released four players, including Tom Jelley and Michael Kamara. This time, there were individual discussions with a number of other players following the 2-1 defeat at Cherrywood Road.

Decisions have to be made in the next three days and we will have a better idea of the team to face Slough next Saturday, in the NL opener, after tomorrow night’s friendly with Barnet.

Gary will be looking for more ruthlessness than his team showed here. Farnborough were penned in their own half for most of the game, but the Beavers could not make the possession pay off....