From the Hendon & Finchley Times, 9 April 1926 :
Although Hampstead Town fielded a weak team in an away match with Uxbridge Town on Wednesday evening, they had little difficulty in securing both Athenian League points by a margin of four clear goals. Reinke (2), Ashby and Little were the scorers.
From the Uxbridge & West Drayton Gazette, 9 April 1926 (including teams) :
Hampstead [Town] visited Uxbridge on Wednesday evening [in the Athenian League] and won by four goals to love after leading by a goal at the interval. Uxbridge were without their usual goalie, and played a reserve half-back line and two reserves in attack, while Hampstead fielded three reserves. Play was keen and exciting in the first half and Goodwin, in the Hampstead goal, had quite a lot of shots to save, but generally speaking the home forwards failed in the shooting department, and were oft-times beaten for speed. J. Keen, at outside right to Hunt, got across several accurate centres but Rounce was too much inclined to hang on to the ball instead of shooting or sending out to his wings, and in this way chances were missed. Parkes, Gale and Rollings at half were enterprising but none too certain in placing the ball particularly after a short sharp rainstorm half way through the first half. Reinke scored the first goal fifteen minutes from the start as the result of some smart play between Cousins and Ashby, and just before the interval Rounce should have equalised but slipped after Hunt had presented him with a grand chance. Hampstead's backs, Clarke and Tarrant, played particularly well in the second half, during thirty minutes of which play was evenly shared with the visitors' forwards the more dangerous when they got away. In the closing stages, however, Uxbridge weakened and Hampstead added goals through Ashby, Little and Reinke, the last as a result of a mix-up between Copping and Allwright after the first-named had stopped but failed to clear a hot shot. The home goalie, by the bye, had little chance with either of the shots that beat him and Allwright and Shaw played their usual good game.