The Jacob Sylvester Trophy scheduled to makes its debut at The Beveree in a high-profile head-to-head

Hampton & Richmond Borough and Salford City are going head-to-head in their annual pre-season friendly for the third year running on Saturday 29th July. It is the second time the Beavers are hosting at The Beveree, and to add to the Sky Sports rivalry between Martin Tyler (also a first team coach at HRBFC) and … Continue reading The Jacob Sylvester Trophy scheduled to makes its debut at The Beveree in a high-profile head-to-head

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Is 3G the future for football?

With just the Champions League Final to come, you would be forgiven for thinking life as we know it is all but over until August. So we decided to invite managers who have tasted either league or cup success this season, to join us for a debate. Marc White (Dorking Wanderers), Alan Dowson (Hampton & Richmond), … Continue reading Is 3G the future for football?

BOTN Radio: 18-04-2017: 7 studio guests, 13 interviews and 3 hours of non-league football chat

19th April 2017 Remy Sylvester Tuesday’s show was absolutely jam-packed. To coincide with our brand-new show time (19:00-22:00 instead of 21:00-00:00), we set ourselves the challenge of having pairs of co-hosts for every hour. Hour one welcomes Alan Dowson (manager), Leon Solomon (Captain) and Lauren Gowans (Sports Journalist student on placement) of Hampton & Richmond … Continue reading BOTN Radio: 18-04-2017: 7 studio guests, 13 interviews and 3 hours of non-league football chat

National League South review: 18th March 2017

Dartford’s Emphatic Win Gives Gosport Borough Hope This week in the Vanarama National League South, a big win from Dartford over Truro City 5-3 gave struggling Gosport Borough hope as they ran out 4-0 winners of St Albans City. Despite the score line, it was Truro who took the lead over Dartford though an own … Continue reading National League South review: 18th March 2017

National League South Review: 11th March 2017

Leaders Hit Big as Bottom Sides Woe Continues By David Marriott. This week in the Vanarama National League South was goal galore with five teams scoring three goals or more. The biggest winners were Bath City who picked up a stunning 6-0 win over Hemel Hempstead Town to move only one point behind them in … Continue reading National League South Review: 11th March 2017

National League South Review: 25th February 2017

By David Marriott Closest Title Race in Living Memory and Whitehawk Win Leaves Bottom Three Floundering  This week in the Vanarama National League South, we saw the relegation battle take a twist as Whitehawk picked up a 0-2 away win over bottom side Margate to pull two points away from the drop zone, with a … Continue reading National League South Review: 25th February 2017

National League South Review: 18th February 2017

By David Marriott Ebbsfleet Edge Passed Hungerford To Remain Top By One Goal Scored Ebbsfleet United edged passed Hungerford Town to remain top of the National League South by just one goal scored. Ebbsfleet took the lead when Jack Connors played a one two with Adam Drury, with the latter finding the bottom corner with … Continue reading National League South Review: 18th February 2017

National League South Review: 11th February 2017

Maidenhead fall to Second as Bottom Sides Struggle By David Marriott. Maidenhead United fell to second place after a surprising 2-1 defeat to Hemel Hempstead Town. Hemel Hempstead took the lead on 31 minutes when Charlie Sheringham converted from an acute angle into the bottom corner. A goal that his namesake would have been proved … Continue reading National League South Review: 11th February 2017