CONCORD Rangers’ six-match winning run came to an end as they suffered a 2-0 reverse to Hampton & Richmond Borough.

Ryan Hill and Danilo Orsi-Dadomo scored the all-important goals for the visitors, which resulted in the Beach Boys tasting defeat for the first time since November.

And Danny Scopes’ Concord were consigned to a fifth National League South loss at the Aspect Arena this season.

James Blanchfield, who went into the contest having netted in the last two outings against Billericay Town and Braintree Town, fired over the top with just three minutes on the clock as the hosts looked to gain the upper hand early on.

However, Hampton took a 14th minute lead thanks to Hill hooking the ball home from close range after the Beach Boys failed to clear their lines following a Ruaridh Donaldson throw-in.

The Beavers went in search of a second goal and former East Thurrock United striker Orsi-Dadomo forced Chris Haigh into a smart save moments later, while Hill curled wide.

Concord defender Aron Pollock’s looping header was comfortably dealt with by Hampton goalkeeper Dan Lincoln before Tom Clifford’s teasing free-kick was diverted over his own crossbar by Sam Cox.

The Beach Boys made a bright start to the second period as Joel Nouble looked to fashion a chance with an impressive run which saw him take on three Hampton defenders, but his eventual delivery was blocked, and Lamar Reynolds then headed Kreshnic Krasniqi’s driven cross onto the roof of the net.

Despite the hosts’ promising spell, the visitors doubled their advantage 10 minutes after the interval as Hill’s through ball put Orsi-Dadomo through on goal and the striker delicately dinked the ball over the onrushing Haigh to add his name to the scoresheet.

Concord responded with substitute Danny Green’s mishit straying wide after being found on the edge of the penalty area by Nouble.

Ryan Gondoh, who also came off the bench, blazed over after Cox failed to clear a deep cross.

The Beach Boys continued to search for a way back into the contest and Lincoln parried away a near post drive from Nouble.

But Hampton had done enough to seal all three points and end Concord’s fine run of form.