CHRIS Robinson will play his last game of the season when Hampton & Richmond make the long journey to Weymouth on Saturday.
The Beavers defender will miss the final two games, against Thurrock and Lewes, through suspension following his red card against St Albans on Easter Monday.
Hampton have no new injury concerns going into the game, with only long-term crocks Craig Tanner and John Scarborough definitely sidelined.
Midfielders Nathan Collier and James Simmonds are in contention for a return, while Centre-back Dean Inman has shown no ill effects of his ankle injury on returning to the side.
The youngster was a scorer and man-of-the-match in Saturday's 2-1 win over Weston-Super-Mare, and came through another 90 minutes in Tuesday night's 2-1 win over Chelmsford.
Those two victories made it three wins on the spin for Hampton and moved them up to 14th in the Blue Square South table.
Weymouth, however, are already doomed to relegation, having failed to so far win in 2010 and lost every game but one this year, the exception being a goalless draw with Thurrock.