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Hampton came back from 2-0 down to beat Peacehaven & Telscombe 4-2 and relegate the Magpies from the Ryman Premier.
The Beavers confirmed their place in the Ryman Premier League with a 1-0 win over already relegated Bury Town thanks to a late Tom Collins goal.
The Beavers cut loose in the second half to register their biggest win of the season, over a clearly nervous Canvey Island team.
Continuing the 2nd half display from Saturday, the Beavers comfortably beat local rivals Kingstonian with two well taken goals.
Hampton came from a goal behind to pick up a deserved point in the match of two halves.
The Beavers, despite plenty of endeavour, couldn't break through vs Enfield, and ended up conceding an unlucky goal.
The Beavers grabbed a vital win over fellow strugglers AFC Hornchurch, thanks to goals early and late.
The Beavers more than matched their opponents Bognor Regis but another defensive lapse let the Rocks escape with a point.
The Beavers went to Rookery Hill to face an East Thurrock side needing to get something from the match but they lost to a late Cornhill header.
The Beavers managed to hold on to a point, coming from behind to force a 2-2 draw vs Hendon.
For the second time in 4 days, the Beavers ended up losing a game in added time despite taking the lead.
The Beavers squandered chances to win the game and paid in the second half as the hosts gathered their first win of 2015.
The Beavers took advantage of some poor Maidstone play to get two early goals and then managed to hold on for the much needed win and three points.
The Beavers were outdone in the final third, by a Tanners team that looked in decent shape; but the result was not as bad as the scoreline suggests.
A dull, drab, featureless game at Beveree saw the Angels sneak away with the points, thanks to a Laurence Ball goal late in the first half.
The Beavers said farewell to the Robert Dyas League Cup on a pitch that wasn't that unlike Beveree in places, but gave a good account of themselves.
The Beavers fine run of form came to an abrupt halt on the fields of Suffolk, as Leiston proved more clinical in front of goal, scoring in each half.
The Beavers took a deserved three points as they matched Dulwich Hamlet and Charlie Moone's goal proved to be the difference between the two sides.
Dowse welcomes three points as a late show sees the team come from behind to beat Harrow Borough.
On a Dripping Pan pitch not that dissimilar to Beveree, the Beavers drew their third consecutive match, a result neither team wanted.
The Beavers snatched a deserved point against Met Police with a very late Charlie Moone equaliser, after going behind late in the game.
A battling performance in the rain gave the Beavers a hard earned point at Kingsmeadow against a Kingstonian team that can't win at home.
For the second week running, the Beavers had to face playing most of the game with 10 men after the dismissal of Saheed Sankoh for two yellow cards.
Despite taking the lead, the Beavers couldn't overcome the early sending off of Saheed Sankoh as Witham took advantage of the 10 men to win.
Ryman Premier League new boys, Peacehaven & Telscombe turned out to be too much for the Beavers on a wet and blustery night at Beveree.
By Phil Weller
The Beavers put aside their disappointing display on Tuesday to beat a very lacklustre Margate side comfortably and confirm Dowse's prematch forecast.
Two late headers secure a comeback victory for Canvey Island
The Beavers booked their place in the 3rd round of the Isthmian League Cup with a much improved display, thanks to two goals from Duncan Culley.
The Beavers dug out a battling performance to beat Bury Town at a blustery Ram Meadow.
The Beavers suffered their second 3-0 defeat this week with a disjointed display against an rather average Bognor Regis team.
Met Police are far too good for a Hampton team that never got going
Double from Charlie Moone sets up the Beavers for a win in front of the biggest crowd since Maidstone Utd last season.
The Beavers opened their Robert Dyas League Cup campaign with a somewhat scrappy, but welcome win over local rivals, the Met Police.
The Beavers ran foul of the weather and the Angels as they couldn't make much impression on the Kent side, losing 2-0.
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