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22 September 2021 Venue Beveree Stadium Attendance

Kick off 19:00 (UK)

Hampton & Richmond Borough
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Brentford
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Match Previews

Match Preview: Hampton & Richmond v Brentford B

Young Bees in action this evening

22 September 2021

Brentford B will take on Hampton & Richmond Borough FC in a 7pm kick-off at the Beveree Stadium this evening.

Neil MacFarlane’s side will be looking to build on their 3-1 victory last time out over Queens Park Rangers B as they make the short trip to take on the National League South side.

The Opponents

Hampton & Richmond are currently eighth in their division having claimed eight points from their first six matches. Their 2020/21 campaign was curtailed early due to the Covid-19 pandemic and they come into this match off the back of a Second Round Qualifying Emirates FA Cup victory over Walton Casuals.

Their league season recently saw them navigate their way past Ebbsfleet United 3-0 with goals from Ruaridh Donaldson, Jerome Slew and Kyron Farrell. Prior to that they drew 1-1 away from home against Tonbridge Angels whilst August saw them draw with Maidstone United and lose to Concord Rangers. They won their opening day fixture with a 5-0 away win at Eastbourne Borough.

In charge of Hampton & Richmond is Gary McCann, who was formerly manager of Hendon FC and spent 13 years there. He arrived with the Beavers in June 2018 and has already reached a number of milestones at the club having achieved more FA Cup First Rounds than any manager in Hampton’s history. He signed a new three-year deal in the summer of 2021 and he currently takes charge of the club during its centenary season.

Team News

Neil MacFarlane will have a strong group available for the match with striker Nathan Young-Coombes eager to get more goals after netting twice against QPR. Lachlan Brook will also aim to get back on the scoresheet whilst the young Bees could welcome back Joe Adams into the match day squad. Val Adedokun, who started his first match last time out, will be pushing for more minutes too.

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Ticket details

It’s been fantastic to have supporters back this season and not just at our First Team games! Your support for the young Bees is hugely appreciated and we’re pleased to say that fans can attend the match this evening.

Adults: £7
Concessions: £5
Youth (13-17): £3
Children (5-12): £1

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Please note that due to emergency water works Station Road is currently closed, and the surrounding area has experienced high levels of traffic. So, if you can, please avoid driving to the Beveree Stadium. With the traffic disruption and slightly earlier than usual kick off of 7pm fans are asked to give plenty of additional time to arrive.

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Match Reports

Match Report and Match Highlights: Hampton & Richmond Borough 1 Brentford B 2

Young Bees earn win on the road

24 September 2021

A flurry of late goals saw Brentford B beat National League South side Hampton & Richmond Borough at the Beveree Stadium.

A strike from one of the Trialists was followed up up by a sweet finish from Dom Jefferies to put Neil MacFarlane’s side 2-0 up going into the final few moments before Jorome Slew threatened a very late come back for Hampton when he scored, but it wasn’t to be as the young Bees held out.

The B Team lined up with three faces who featured yesterday evening for the First Team as the likes of Mads Bidstrup, Myles Peart-Harris and Fin Stevens all built minutes by featuring heavily.

It was a game which didn’t really offer many chances in the opening stages as both sides traded possession and neither were able to really dictate things. The first sight of goal came on 18 minutes when Ryan Gondoh worked some space on the edge of the box before his low effort was hit straight at Nathan Shepperd.

Peart-Harris had Brentford’s first real chance when he pulled away to the far post unmarked and got on the end of a Stevens cross from the right, but despite connecting well, his header edged just wide.

Zac Dronfield then had a header go wide before Gondoh had a couple more half chances which threatened Shepperd’s goal without really forcing the young keeper into a save that really tested him.

The young Bees then managed to build a bit of attacking rhythm going forwards, first when Lewis Gordon broke down the left before his ball inside found Jan Zamburek but his low strike deflected behind for a corner.

Peart-Harris then had another attempt when good interplay on the edge of the box saw him work some space before shooting over as the sides went into the break level.

The match continued in much the same way moving towards the hour mark, but the introduction of Lachlan Brook threatened the Hampton left side as the Australian cut inside well just moments after coming on but he could only shoot just wide of the near post.

Ben Hockenhull had the ball in the net on 64 minutes but the goal was ruled out after he was adjudged to have fouled the goalkeeper when rising to challenge for the ball.

A host of changes then came moving into the final 15 minutes, and it was then that chances began to really happen. Brook had another attempt when he benefited from some positive attacking dribbling from Joe Adams, but his low effort was straight at the keeper. Max Haygarth then teed up Jefferies but he shot over from the edge of the box.

Just a minute later Brentford were ahead as Haygarth tried his luck after controlling well, and the keeper could only push the ball into the path of one of the Trialists who slotted home the rebound from a few yards out.

There were just a couple of minutes before Brentford’s second goal arrived and that came when one of the Trialists pulled the ball back for Jefferies on the edge of the box and he hit an excellent effort across goal from the left of the box to make it 2-0.

The third goal of the game came a minute later through Slew as Brentford were denied a clean sheet after the Hampton man was played in down the left and he comfortably slotted home into the bottom right-hand corner meaning The Bees took a 2-1 win away from the Beveree Stadium.

Hampton & Richmond Borough: Forster, Barzey, Farrell, Dronfield, Uche, Donaldson, Uche, Gondoh, Minhas, Kouasse, Daniel
Subs: Curtis-Henry, Fisher, Gray, Slew, Hutchins, Hagan

Brentford B: Shepperd, Oyegoke, Gordon (Adedokun, 74), Bidstrup (Adams, 74) Hockenhull, Jones, Stevens (Trialist, 74) Zamburek (Jefferies, 74), Young-Coombes (Trialist, 74) Trevitt (Brook, 57) Peart-Harris (Haygarth, 74)
Subs not used: Rees, Crama, Hercules

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