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Kick off 19:45 (UK)

2-0
15 January 2019 Venue Attendance 136

Kick off 19:45 (UK)

Barnet Football Club
2 - 0
Hampton & Richmond Borough

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Preview | Hampton & Richmond Borough (h) - Middlesex Senior Cup

14 January 2019

Middlesex Senior Challenge Cup Quarter Final – The Hive London – Tuesday 15th January 2019 – KO: 19:45

The Bees are back in Middlesex Senior Challenge Cup action tomorrow night as they face Hampton & Richmond at the Hive London.

Tickets:

Adults - £4
Concessions - £2
Under 17's - £1

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Opposition:

Hampton & Richmond currently sit 16th in the National League South with 31 Points to their name and go into tomorrow’s game off the back of a 2-0 win.

The Beavers played host to Dulwich Hamlet on Saturday with goals from Matthew Whichelow and Chris Dixon securing the win.

The result meant Hampton & Richmond clinched their first victory of 2019 having endured a five-game losing streak.

Tomorrow’s opposition also swooped for two Bees last week with Nana Kyei and Roy Syla signing on a one-month loan but the pair will be ineligible to feature.

Last Meeting:

The last time these two sides met was in July 2018 in a pre-season friendly, the Bees coming out on top, winning 3-0.

Fumnaya Shomotun added to Kyei’s brace as the Bees clinched a comfortable win in South-West London.

Previous Round:

The Beavers knocked out Bedfont Sports in the previous round, winning 2-0 at Beveree Stadium. Two divisions separated the two sides and goals from Karl Oliyide and Ryan Hill ensured progression.

Ten-men Barnet beat Wembley FC in the previous round at the Hive London. Darnell Smith received his marching orders before half-time as both sides went into the break goalless. However, the second period told a different story as the Bees netted four in a nine minute spell. Dan Sparkes bagged a brace, scoring the hosts’ first and last goal with Shaq Coulthirst and Jack Barham clinching the other two. Jermane Heron came off the bench to score a consolation for Wembley on the 89th minute, the match ending 4-1.

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Match Reports

Report & Reaction | Barnet FC 2-0 Hampton & Richmond Borough - Middlesex Senior Cup

15 January 2019

Goals from Simeon Akinola and Josh Walker allowed a much changed Barnet side to progress to the semi-finals of the Middlesex Senior Challenge Cup for the second season in a row.

Darren Currie trusted youth to see his side through and his faith was rewarded.

A lovely interchange just outside the area between Mo Bettamer and Simeon Akinola allowed the Nigerian to neatly slot the ball away with power and panache to edge ahead in a first half of few clear cut chances.

The game overall was marred by an injury to Akinola just five after he opened the scoring, he landed awkwardly and seemed to know immediately that his night was up.

A good ball by Mo Bettamer unlocked the Hampton & Richmond defence for Barnet’s second. His deep cross was met by Dan Sparkes on the volley and that effort was far too hot to handle for Beavers keeper Tom Lovelock. He pushed the ball out only for Josh Walker to gobble up the rebound and double the Bees advantage on the stroke of half time.

Hampton & Richmond offered very little to bother Rihards Matrevics, their main threat was from set pieces however they couldn’t muster a meaningful attempt on target.

The Latvian goalkeeper did make several fine saves as the game came to a close, including one from a Zak Joseph effort to keep his clean sheet.

The Bees remain in every cup competition that they have entered and ended this tie with 5 current Academy Scholars on the pitch.

Barnet - Matrevics, Harrison, Sparkes (Vasiliou 83), Akinola (Tompkins 25), Fonguck, Walker, Tutonda, Barham, Pascal, Box, Bettamer (Agyaakwah 85)

Unused - Finn Titchmarsh, Joe Taylor

Attendance - 136

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