Extract from a report in the edition of 9 April 1926, covering three matches :
Full points should have been secured but for bad fortune in the home game with Barking on Saturday, the visitors eventually winning a stern contest by the narrow margin of four goals to three. Owing to injuries in the previous game Hampstead were compelled to field a weakened team, already depleted by the absence of Pease on tour in Germany with the Middlesex Wanderers, and R. Wardlaw, who is unlikely to be able to play again this season. Dimmock, who operated well at centre-half on Good Friday, met with an injury which kept him out of the side, and Hampstead's re-arranged middle line did not show to advantage. Nevertheless, they had many scoring chances, and bad luck alone was responsible for one of their very few home defeats this season.
Tomorrow (Saturday) Bromley visit the Child's Hill ground in the League, kick off 3.30. For this match Pease will be available, and a new and promising right-winger in J. Orton will also play.