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For the second time in a fortnight Hampton & Richmond Borough travelled up the A12 to Suffolk in search of 3 points. - Paul Barker
The Beavers went one better than Saturday and utterly dominated the Moatsiders by scoring six, based in part on another Moussa Diarra brace.
In a dominant performance, Hampton had too much for a Hendon side finally reduced to 9 men with dismissals of Mark Kirby and Leon Smith.
The Beavers finally lost their first match on their travels this season but the performance wasn't all it could have been.
The Beavers stole three points in a game that saw Merstham manager Hayden Bird furious with his players after the game.
The Beavers held on at the end of a thrilling 90 minutes to claim a point at Champion Hill and will feel they deserved that point.
The Beavers left Essex 1-0 winners from a Nicke Kabamba goal but it could have and should have been more, such was the Beavers' performance.
Dulwich Hamlet sneaked into the 2nd qualifying round with a late Ashley Carew penalty, but the Beavers will feel they should have won.
The Beavers had to fight for an hour with just 10 men after Joe Hicks 30th minute red card and in the end, Lewes were just too much for the Beavers.
Charlie Moone gets the equaliser, thanks to a referee's decision!
The Beavers defied a wet pitch, injury to influential skipper Kieran Murphy and also conceding a scrappy goal to snatch an amazing victory.
The Beavers move into 8th place with Josh Casey's moment of magic
Another draw for Beavers amidst Seb Brown being shown the red card late on in a game they had the best of.
The Beavers lost the chance to stay in touch with leaders as they couldn't hold on to a Nicke Kabamba lead at VCD yesterday.
The Beavers finally picked up that first win with a hard fought victory over a physical East Thurrock side.
No joy for Beavers in home start to season
The Battle of the Boroughs ended in a draw, a game played at frenetic pace in warm conditions and the fact it was the first game of the season showed.
Salford City proved a strong test for Beavers ahead of season opener.
The Beavers gave as good as they got against the Shots, two divisions higher, but couldn't score and ended up just losing by the single strike.
The Beavers opened their pre-season programme with a decent display against a Brentford Development Squad that had pace and skill in abundance.
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