Hampton Keep Pressure On Top Spot After Another Win

Hampton Richmond and Borough, are now just two points off top after another victory.

The 3-1 win against Weston-super-Mare means it is now four games unbeaten for the side as well, writes Tom Feaheny.

"Obviously we are pleased with the result and could have got a few more, we played really well," Ian Dyer told the club's website.

"It could have been a bit more emphatic, we did well to score when we did in the first-half, we weren't knocked even when we conceded.

"The work rate in the second-half was of a good level, we tried and it has paid off.

"The first two goals were on the same channel for us, we worked on it in training and that is very pleasing, the forward work really clicked."

Photo by Ben Harrison

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