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Jan
21
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Jan
19
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Joint manager Darren Powell said Saturday's fightback at Dulwich symbolises the confidence running through the club at the moment

Powelly was pleased as punch after seeing the club's unbeaten run go on, having being put in real doubt at half-time with the Beavers 2-0 down.

But Charlie Moone's lethal brace preserved a point - and the player manager says Hampton are proving their doubters wrong.

He said: “I believe that once you start to win a couple of games you get confidence and the team’s brimming with confidence right now.

“I told the boys after the game that there’s more character in us now, whereas before, going 2-0 down at a place like Dulwich, we probably would have folded.

“Now there’s much more mentally about us. In order to win games and go on a good run you need character and togetherness and we’ve got that in the squad.

“Earlier in the season we would chop and change, try other players. But now the elven picks itself and that’s a testament to the boys who...
Jan
19
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Charlie Moone took his season’s tally to thirty goals in all competitions with a brace as Hampton & Richmond Borough came from two down to draw with high flying Dulwich Hamlet in an eventful game littered with strange decisions from the officials.

On a day which saw eight of the scheduled Isthmian League Premier Division actually go ahead, this game was in doubt on Friday. It was pretty much off as of Friday afternoon, but with a dry night and morning, no pitch inspection was required, and the game went ahead. And what a game it was!

The only team change for the Beavers was enforced, with Karle Carder replacing Tom Hickey in central midfield. Hickey is recovering from a nasty broken nose suffered last week against Carshalton, and is hoping to return to action next month. Club captain Billy Jeffreys was serving the final game of his suspension, but aloong with Hickey, was at the game to support their...