Relaying technology is the one of the solutions to expand the coverage and enhance the throughput of a cellular network with low cost, therefore numerous smart relay stations (RSs) which are able to schedule its own transmission frame and manage radio resources allocated by its serving base station (BS) will be deployed within the cellular network. while more RSs are deployed, the network topology is turning to the random topology. In the random topology, however, conventional frequency reuse schemes based on the uniformly distributed RSs are not adoptable because of the randomness for locations of RSs. Another problem is severe increase of interference during the transmission period for an access link because more transmitters including BSs and RSs are existed within a cell. We suggest the random-topology frequency reuse (RFR) scheme supporting the frequency reuse in the cellular multi-hop network with random topology to reduce intra-cell interference. The simulation results show RFR is reducing the overall intra-cell interference compared to the full allocation scheme whose reuse factor is one. The throughput and average signal to interference plus noise ratio (SINR) is still greater than the full allocation scheme although the spectral efficiency is lower than the compared scheme.