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Jul
04
by HRBFC at 2:52 PM
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England’s victory last night and the forthcoming quarter-final on Saturday afternoon has led to an unprecedented demand for people to watch the game.

Everyone is affected – players, coaching staff, match officials, too – and clubs everywhere are desperately looking to re-schedule friendlies due for this Saturday.

We are no exception.

Egham have decided they just want to train, rather than play us. However, Manager Gary McCann has re-arranged at short notice a friendly away to Bedfont Sports at their ground.

The match will be played on Frdiay evening (July 6) at 7.30pm and will be a home game for Bedfont.

We will not be playing on Saturday, so you’re free to watch the World Cup match in the Beveree clubhouse without wondering how you were going to fit in our first game, too.

We look forward to seeing you on Friday night for our first pre season match of the new season, and on Saturday in Hammond's Bar to watch England take on Sweden.

Updated 14:49 - 4 Jul 2018 by HRBFC...
Jul
04
by HRBFC at 1:42 PM
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Today (4th July) The Vanarama National League released the fixtures for the three divisions, with The Beavers learning how their season will take shape.

We'll begin our campaign away at Slough Town on August 4th, before we welcome Hemel Hempstead Town to Beveree on Tuesday August 7th.

Some other eyewatering fixtures include a trip to Torquay United on the August Bank Holiday Weekend, as well as Weston-super-Mare away on the April Bank Holiday.

The festive duo of Boxing Day and New Year's Day will see us face former manager Alan Dowson and his Woking side - with the Beavers hosting the New Year's Day fixture.

To download the full fixture list, please use the link below and download the PDF.

Updated 13:03 - 4 Jul 2018 by HRBFC Press Team
Jul
03
by HRBFC at 5:42 PM
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Casey, who the club have received a four figure transfer fee for, initially joined The Beavers from Kingstonian back in 2015.

Casey was appointed captain early in his tenure, and went on to make over 150 appearances, cementing himself as a fan favourite.

Commenting on his move, Casey said: “I want to say a massive thanks to all the fans, volunteers and people involved in the club who have made me feel at home for the last 3 seasons.

“I’ve had an amazing 3 years, enjoyed over 150 appearances, a promotion, two playoffs and made some great friends.

“We’ve had some great times and I wish Hampton every success in the future.”

The club would like to thank Josh for his commitment in his time here, and wish him all the best.

Updated 17:01 - 3 Jul 2018 by HRBFC Press Team