Paul and Darren have arranged a friendly match at Chertsey Town for this coming Tuesday night, in an attempt to maintain form and fitness amongst the squad in light of their previous two games being called off.
With the game against Bury Town being postponed on top of New Year's Day's trip to Cray Wanderers, the squad are in need of a match against good opposition to blow the cobwebs away - and Southern League Central Town should be an ideal choice.
The address for the ground is: Alwyns Lane, Chertsey, KT16 9DW with all support welcome.
As always, though, check here and keep an eye on the club's twitter feed before travelling to make sure the game is on!
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Dave Tarpey hasn't been the only signing for the Beavers recently, there's three new young players joined the club in recent weeks.
Freddy Champion is a 20 year old midfielder from Shepherds Bush who had been with QPR since 2011; before that he was with Spurs and Chelsea. He's been described as a 'versatile midfielder' who can play in most midfield positions.
Ben Harris is a 23 year old striker, who has just left Windsor FC. A proven goalscorer at Stag Meadow with 28 goals in 48 appearances since joining the Guardsmen in 2011 and has been gaining interest from other clubs.
Jake Hicks, a 19 year old midfielder, who has come from the reserves after being with Woking last season; an attacking player who likes to get forward from midfield, he was the under-18 player of the season at Kingfield in 2013.
Bradley Simmonds in action for Icelandic side IBV.jpg
Bradley Simmonds sent a come and get me plea to professional clubs abroad as the January transfer window opened this week.
The former QPR midfielder only linked up with older brother James at Hampton & Richmond Borough in late November after a spell in Iceland with IBV.
However, the 19-year-old confirmed the worst fears of Beavers boss Paul Barry by revealing he has set his heart on a move to the continent.
Simmonds appealed to clubs in Scandinavia in particular to get in touch, saying: “It would be very fair to say if someone comes in for me, I’m off.”
He added: “Hopefully I will be Scandinavia-bound in Sweden or Norway. I’ve been in the Europa League with IBV playing with David James under the management of Hermann Hreidarsson, which was a great opportunity for...