Beavers lord it over K's in sunshine.
Continuing the 2nd half display from Saturday, the Beavers comfortably beat local rivals Kingstonian with two well taken goals.
The Beavers started the better of the two teams but it took until the 13th minute for the first chance, and it fell to Charlie Moone, who couldn't quite get over his instinctive volley from Ryan Newman's cross.
Hampton came even closer, Moone's half volley looping over Tolfrey - after being controlled by Duncan Culley - but it bounced off the bar and the defence managed to get it away.
Kingstonian were finding it hard to mount a meaningful attempt on goal and their best chance fell on 21 minutes as Butterworth picked up a defensive header and volleyed it back into the goalmouth. However, the shot screwed well wide and was no danger.
On 38 minutes, the Beavers grabbed their well deserved lead. A long ball out of the back from Mark Onyemah was played on by Culley, Brendan Kiernan then managed to muscle the defender off the ball, and finding space, he slipped an accurate shot across Tolfrey and into the net.
The second half was more of the same; a Newman corner to the near post was flicked goalwards by Kieran Murphy, but Tolfrey was alert and batted the header away. K's then countered quickly with Butterworth getting on the end of the long clearance, but his weak shot was easily gathered by Seb Brown.
Just after the hour, another golden chance fell to the Beavers, a quick throw down the line to Kiernan saw him find enough room for the cross; it was met at the near post by the diving Charlie Moone, but the header flew just the wrong side of the post for a goal kick.
Kingstonian continued to press but without creating much in the way of chances, with 5 minutes left, Malachi Hudson had his sights set on goal with a volley from a cleared corner but his sights were off as it flew into the expectant visiting crowd behind the goal.
5 minutes added time had been signalled when the Beavers wrapped up the win. A fast breakaway left Hampton with a 3 man advantage as Kingstonian pressed for the equaliser. Kevant Serbony played the ball quickly to Duncan Culley, who got to the edge of the box, looked up and crossed it into the middle. Ryan Newman was there to sidefoot the ball home off the post, past a stranded Tolfrey.
The game ended with the dismissal of K's defender Adam Doyle, who in attempting to control the bouncing ball in front of Serbony, managed to stamp his studs down the midfielders shin; the referee had no hesitation in showing the red card the defender, concluding a sorry day for Kingstonian.
Hampton & Richmond Borough (1) 2
Brendan Kiernan 38'
Ryan Newman 89'
Kingstonian (0) 0
Hampton & Richmond Borough: 1 Seb Brown, 2 Tom Jelley (James Richmond 84'), 3 Mark Onyemah, 4 Moussa Diarra, 5 Kieran Murphy, 6 Ryan Newman, 7 Jerome Federico, 8 Dean Sinclair, 9 Duncan Culley, 10 Charlie Moone (Kevant Serbony 82'), 11 Brendan Kiernan (George Wells 77')
Subs: 12 James Richmond, 14 George Wells, 15 Tom Collins, 16 Kevant Serbony, 17 Jake Rose
Kingstonian: 1 Rob Tolfrey, 2 Callum Webb (Danny Buckle 83'), 3 Adam Doyle, 4 Daniel Sweeney, 5 Sam Page (Alex Addai 66'), 6 Alan Inns, 7 Malachi Hudson, 8 Steve Laidler, 9 Charlie Penny, 10 Steve Butterworth (Jesse Darko 56'), 11 Josh Casey
Subs: 12 Nathan Webb, 14 Jesse Darko, 15 Danny Buckle, 16 Alex Addai, 13 Ben Dudzinski