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Hendon reaching crisis point

Greensnet Editor
Mon 12 Feb 2001, 10:00

With only 17 league games played up to mid-February, Hendon's fixture congestion is already reaching crisis level. The Greens face 6 matches in the last 14 days of February, 9 games in each of March and April, plus 2 in the 5 days of May before the season ends and this excludes the game against St. Albans, for which a date is still to be announced. Hendon have now had 7 consecutive Ryman League games postponed because for various reasons.

Amazingly, Hendon have remained in 13th place since 9 December, during which time the Greens have played just 4 Ryman League Premier Divison fixtures, winning 1, drawing 1 and losing 2.