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The Beavers kept up their excellent away form with a 3-1 victory over Weston-super-Mare
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In front of a bumper crowd of 934, Hampton were undone by a resolute Poole Town defence.
The Beavers were ignobly turfed out of the FA Cup by hard-working Taunton Town, who shut the team down in all areas and earned the giant-killing win.
Hampton continued their great start to the season with a comfortable victory over fellow league newcomers Hungerford Town at Bulpit Lane yesterday.
The Beavers gave a footballing display of the highest order as they outpaced and ultimately outplayed AFC Dunstable of the Southern League Central.
The Beavers suffered only their second league defeat against a well drilled Whitehawk team, not being helped by two penalty calls being refused.
The Beavers held on to take the win against Bath City as they played the last 25 minutes with 10 men following the dismissal of Christian Jolley.
Jamal Lowe's 66th minute crisp long-range volley was not enough to earn the Beavers the win in their first visit to Privett Park and they had to settle for a point at the end of the night.
In the day's feature match, the Beavers showed their form as they beat St Albans City, despite having Harold Odametey dismissed late on.
Hampton stay in 2nd place in the Vanarama National League South with a very conclusive 4-1 home victory over Dartford.
The Beavers continued their great start to the season with a comprehensive 4-2 victory over Wealdstone.
The Beavers clawed their way back from a two goal deficit to earn a point against a somewhat fortunate Truro side at Beveree.
The Beavers made it 3 wins from 4 National League South games with an overwhelming 4-2 victory over Margate last night.
The Beavers suffered their first defeat of the season as East Thurrock took the points.
The Beavers registered their second win of the season with an ultimately comfortable 3-1 victory over a physical Eastbourne team.
The Beavers made a successful return to the National League South, with a last minute Jelley penalty the difference against Bishop's Stortford.
The Beavers opened their season with victory in the Isthmian League Charity Shield over near rivals Kingstonian at Beveree last night.
The Beavers winning run came to an end as the Hamlet came back from 2 goals down to win.
Sporting their new away kit, the Beavers came from behind to beat last season's National League South champions Sutton Utd by 2 goals to one.
The Beavers made the journey to Moor Lane to return Salford's visit last season and in a tight game, took a deserved win.
The Beavers made the short journey to Imber Court to face the Met Police and came away with a tight 1-1 draw on a hot, sultry evening.
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