Beavers left Green by Dulwich winner
The Beavers winning run came to an end as the Hamlet came back from 2 goals down to win.
Hampton looked positive from the start, and it wasn't long before they took the lead.
On 12 minutes, a chipped Josh Casey free kick was met by an almost unmarked Michael Kamara, and the defender had no trouble in nodding it past Alvaro Peral in the Dulwich goal from close range.
Just as the crowd had settled down from that, the Beavers made it two. Shaquille Hippolyte-Patrick had made himself a bit of space, and played in a great ball to Nicke Kabamba down the right hand side of the box. Nicke hit a first time shot across the keeper, who couldn't get to the powerful strike to continue the striker's developing rich vein of form.
Hampton were clearly in a confident mood, but the Hamlet hadn't come to be overturned and Komora's shot from a tight angle had to be touched onto the far post by Aaron Howe, giving the Beavers a fright.
Dulwich eventually got their opener on 26 minutes as a neat 1-2 between Ashley Carew and Dan Carr seeing the midfielder run into space and bury the shot past Howe.
Just after the half hour, Hamlet nearly got their equaliser as Dan Carr latched onto a Komora cross, the shot blocked by Howe at the near post.
The half time break beckoned as Christian Jolley reacted quickest to a loose ball outside of the area, faced with a one on one with Peral, the forward lifted the ball over the advancing keeper. However the attempt skewed wide, leaving the team going in with the Beavers holding the lead.
Dulwich came out slightly the better at the start of the second and finally got their equaliser some five minutes in, as Koroma turned in a low corner from close range, giving Howe no chance.
The Beavers came back and Jamal Lowe nearly scored with what would have been a great goal. Beating 3 defenders in a dribble to the edge of the box, the tricky forward's shot was only just wide when a goal was deserved for the move.
As the substitutions kicked in, both sides were clearly gunning for more goals and Dulwich came close with 10 minutes to go. Michael Kamara was undone by Carr's run, his shot was pushed away by Howe. Tomlin followed up but Joe Hicks managed to get back to slide the ball clear off the goal line.
It was starting to look like both teams would share the spoils, such as they are in preseason, but Nathan Green had other ideas.
Picking up the ball in his full back position, he advanced down the Hamlet left as the Beavers defence backed off. Green made it all the way to the corner of the Hampton box, some 50 yards almost unchallenged, before he curled a great shot past Howe, who will be disappointed he didn't get a hand on the shot.
The travelling support loved it and as the referee blew for the end of the game, they probably deserved the win as the Beavers didn't really step up in the second half.
The Beavers will end their preseason programme with the Ryman League Charity Shield game against Kingstonian at Beveree this Tuesday, with a 7-45 kick off.