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In front of over 2,300 fans - the biggest crowd since the last Conference South playoff final - the Beavers held on for the point they needed.
Hampton made sure the title was in their hands to win as they dominated a youthful Grays Athletic team to win 3-0.
They're almost there as the Beavers made light work of beating Farnborough and took another huge step towards the title.
The Beavers took another stride towards the title with a comfortable 5-1 victory over a Brentwood Town side reduced to 10 men.
The Beavers regained their winning form with a hard earned but richly deserved 2-1 victory over Leatherhead.
Lacklustre Beavers not at the races in local derby defeat at Kingsmeadow, losing 4-1 against Kingstonian.
Moussa Diarra's 11th goal of the season extended the Beavers lead to 7 points at the top of the league as they defeated Billericay Town 2-1.
Brendan Kiernan's 52nd minute goal proved the difference between the teams as Hampton extended their lead at the top of the Ryman Premier.
Hampton regained the Ryman Premier top spot with a comfortable victory against Brentwood Town, their first away victory since Canvey Island in January
The Beavers continued their outstanding home form with a resounding demolition of Canvey Island at Beveree, with the match being over at half time.
The Beavers suffered only their second defeat of the year in going down to a stolid Tonbridge Angels side, winning on a Luke Blewden penalty.
Hampton marked up their second consecutive clean sheet in a week as they thumped VCD Athletic 4-0 at Beveree.
Hampton narrowed the gap on leaders East Thurrock with a crushing 5-0 defeat of Needham Market at Beveree, thanks to a dominant first half display.
Once again, the Beavers took a hard earned point on their travels, as they came up against a well drilled Hendon team.
Moussa Diarra's late header picked the lock of a stubborn Leatherhead defence to give the Beavers a hard earned point at Fetcham Grove.
Hampton return to top spot in the Ryman Premier league with a 4-3 win over Leiston that ended closer than it should have been.
Hampton returned to winning ways with a 3-1 victory over Farnborough and kept hold of 3rd position.
The Beavers went down to their first league defeat since November with a lacklustre display against Bognor Regis on Saturday.
The Beavers winning run was derailed by a late Nathen Elder equaliser for a 2-2 draw at Beveree - Stefan Rance
Jamal Lowe scores twice as Hampton go top of league with a 4-0 victory over Canvey Island, a repeat of the scoreline on the same fixture last season.
The Beavers made it 6 straights wins as they came from behind to sink Kingstonian 3-1, keeping up the pressure on Dulwich.
by Paul Barker
Jamal's late goal seals three points as the Beavers confirm their second place for Christmas, conclusively beating the Blues at Imber Court.
Two first half goals from Jamal Lowe took the Beavers to second in the Ryman Premier, as Bognor were outplayed on a sodden Beveree.
The Beavers overcame the wind with a clinical performance against a lacklustre Grays Athletic side, Nicke Kabamba's two goals being the platform.
Two goals in 3 minutes from Nicke Kabamba and Eddie Hutchinson set up the Beavers for a close win against Hayes & Yeading in the Middx Senior Cup.
An astonishing finish at the QE II Stadium saw the Beavers snatch all 3 points, with late goals in added time from Dean Sinclair and Jerome Federico.
Beavers were beaten by a last gasp Maidstone Utd winner, who dodged a bullet at Beveree, Hampton being the better team for long periods.
Sound FA Trophy win for Beavers over hard-working AFC Sudbury in early kick-off.
The Beavers left Rookery Hill wondering how they lost as the Rocks defiantly held on despite being under pressure for a lot of the 2nd half.
A brace from Charlie Moone settled this FA Trophy replay in the Beavers favour but it was a close one in a mostly forgettable game.
In an FA Trophy game with few chances, the Beavers never looked in danger as they couldn't break down Lewes at the Dripping Pan.
Hampton extended their unbeaten run to 6 matches as they overcame a tenacious Wingate & Finchley team, who themselves hadn't played for 10 days.
In an entertaining game for the neutral, the Boroughs shared the points but Dowse will not be happy with just a point.
The Beavers came from behind to take down the Hamlet and lift themselves to 4th place in the table.
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