Lowestoft Town made the 340 mile round trip to Hampton and left with all three points thanks to a dramatic first half which saw two goals and two red cards.
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January 28, 2014
Maidstone United inflicted Hampton’s heaviest ever Isthmian League defeat on Saturday, running out 7-2 winners in a superb match. Well, for home fans and neutrals anyway! On their now famous 3G pitch, the Stones were definitely the better side, although I don’t think they were five goals better. Two goals in the closing stages added […]
January 19, 2014
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.
January 6, 2014
Wouldn’t you just believe it? A stunning pair of victories over Christmas saw Hampton & Richmond Borough move up the Ryman League Premier Division table, finally recording the results that recent performances have deserved. And then the weather happens. Their last two matches – very winnable looking fixtures at Cray Wanderers and at home to […]
November 24, 2013
A brace of brilliant finishes from top scorer Charlie Moone earned a hard fought victory for Hampton on their second trip to Essex in a fortnight.
November 11, 2013
Hampton & Richmond Borough were defeated in a match they started dominantly on Canvey Island, with John Sands netting a brace for The Gulls on his debut. The day saw plenty of rain in the morning, and several postponements up and down the leagues (even Concord Rangers’ home match was called off!), but the pitch […]
October 17, 2013
Thurrock FC find themselves in hot water once more after fielding an ineligible player. Again. Striker David Knight played for The Fleet in their Robert Dyas League Cup match with Aveley on October 8th, a game they lost. Knight had previously played – and scored – for Met Police on September 3rd in the same […]
October 12, 2013
The club is delighted to announce 3 new signings, Lewis Taylor, Belal Aite-Ouakrim and Luke Wanadio, all of whom are eligible to play in today’s FA Cup Third Qualifying Round tie against Arlesey Town.
September 26, 2013
Isthmian League Premier Division side Cray Wanderers are set for a nervous few months, as their very existence hangs in the balance. The issue is surrounding their proposed return to the Crays, from where they have been exiled since 1972, playing home games at Oxford Road before becoming tenants at Bromley FC’s Hayes Lane ground. They […]
September 18, 2013
Four goals in the last sixteen minutes gave Hampton & Richmond Borough their first home league win of the season against bottom side Cray Wanderers. Going into the match, Hampton had lost all three of their previous home league encounters, whilst Cray had lost each of their three games on the road. The first half […]