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The old man Simon Rivers at Hampton on Monday, giving the team his all, as wrapped up as ever. #nutter #hrbfc #football #hooligan #hampton


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Nice to see the ground still standing today after hurricane Katie @hrbfc #hrbfc ##hamptonandrichmondboroughfc #nonleague #nonleaguefootball #beavers


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Me and big sis a fair few easters ago, been a glammer all my life! Don’t know what’s worse, my flustered cheeks, my captain pug wash top or my mums sofa covers! #TeamBeavis #vivalabeaver #BestLookingBeavis #EnjoyingIt365


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Flight night at @ironpigalehouse #belchingbeaver #vivalabeaver


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Cockfosters stun Hampton and Richmond in remarkable penalty shoot-out – Barnet Press

Cockfosters stun Hampton and Richmond in remarkable penalty shoot-out
Barnet Press
COCKFOSTERS booked their place in the semi-finals of the Middlesex Charity Cup on Tuesday night by recording a famous win at Ryman Premier Division leaders Hampton and Richmond Borough following an extraordinary penalty shoot-out. The visitors …

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News in brief: Sutherland loan deal, Blues youngster plays for Scotland U19s, 42-kick shoot-out – West London Sport

News in brief: Sutherland loan deal, Blues youngster plays for Scotland U19s, 42-kick shoot-out
West London Sport
Hampton & Richmond Borough were beaten in the quarter-finals by Cockfosters after an extraordinary penalty shoot-out in which both sides took 21 kicks each – close to matching the world record of 24 apiece. Borough were edged out 18-17, after the 90 …

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‘Unbelievable’ epic penalty shoot-out ends 18-17 – Times 24

'Unbelievable' epic penalty shoot-out ends 18-17
Times 24
Dean Barker saw his SSML Premier Division Cockfosters side cause an upset by knocking Ryman League Premier Division leaders Hampton & Richmond Borough out of the Middlesex Senior Charity Cup quarter-finals. The game was tied 1-1 after normal …

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Billericay Town NEWS: Manager Craig Edwards has foundations for success at New Lodge – Brentwood Gazette

Billericay Town NEWS: Manager Craig Edwards has foundations for success at New Lodge
Brentwood Gazette
"When you think that eight of our squad qualify to play U21s football, it shows what a really good group of lads I've got. "If we can keep them together, then, not only will we be looking at play-offs next year, we'll be looking to win it." Hampton

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I know exactly what I’d do…..never finish a book in my life! #EnjoyingIt365 #vivalabeaver


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Not a bad day to spend the first day of spring! #mesohoney #beaversmilk #vivalabeaver


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