Reserves lose by odd goal

Greensnet Editor
Sat 26 Oct 2002, 18:30

The reserves frailty at the back was shown up as they conceded three late goals to lose 6-5 to Maidenhead United at home this afternoon. Maidenhead took the lead after 15 minutes, only to see Leon Maloney equalise within 30 seconds. The Magpies regained the lead midway through the half, before goals from Maloney and Brian Haule gave Hendon a half time lead. The lead was extended further early in the second half by Haule, only for Maidenhead to pull another goal back to make it 4-3. Troy Baltimore then made it 5-3, before the loss of Maloney, Haule and Sam Byfield to injuries during the second half was compounded as the defence fell apart to concede the three late goals and gift Maidenhead three points. Other first team squad players to make appearances this afternoon were Dan Burton, Duncan Hamilton and James Burgess.