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Ten man Greens lose

Greensnet Editor
Sat 13 Nov 2004, 18:30

Hendon saw red for the ninth time this season as they lost 1-0 to Worthing in a disappointing game. The dismissal came in the 38th minute when Mark Burgess was sent off for denying an obvious goalscoring opportunity when he pulled back Ronnie Green when he only had Dave King to beat. Worthing won the game in the 56th minute when Green broke clear of the Hendon defence as the Rebels counter attacked, and rounded King to score clinically. The Greens had plenty of possession throughout the game, and did have the ball in the net once, only for the assistant referee to correctly rule that Wayne Carter was offside as he got the final touch on the ball. Apart from that, Hendon lacked the cutting edge that was needed to find a way past their visitors.