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Greens have easy win at Bedford

Greensnet Editor
Sat 20 Sep 2003, 19:45

Hendon produced a possibly the best all around performance of the season so far with a comfortable 2-0 win at Bedford Town. The first goal came in the 10th minute when Martin Randall fired the ball across the goalkeeper into the far corner after a cross from Scott Cousins had eluded Ricci Crace, who had been elbowed in the head by Chris Jackson. Hendon played much the better football with some excellent passing moves, and in the 63rd minute the second goal came when a corner from Scott Cousins was cleared back to him. Cousins then sent the ball across the area to Andy Cook, who headed it back in the other direction to Steve Butler, who was tackled, went to ground but still managed to fire the ball into the net from an acute angle. Bedford then threw everything they had forward but were unable to create an awful lot, and Gary McCann, who returned for the absent Dave King, was able to deal with everything comfortably.