News - November 2000

Under 16s postponed

The Under 16s game against Wembley Under 18s has been postponed due to the excessive rain.

Under 16s to play Under 18s

Tommorow (Wednesday) evening, Hendon's Under 16 level side are playing at Wembley in the Under 18's Middlesex Senior Youth Cup.

Further postponements for the Dons

Not only did Hendon's Ryman League Premier Division fixture against Basingstoke Town fall victim to the incessant rain which has blighted the United Kingdom in the past two months on Saturday, but today's Full Members Cup tie with Braintree also fell victim to the weather.

Braintree in doubt

There will be another pitch inspection at the LOOT Stadium before tommorow's Full Members Cup tie with Braintree Town.

Basingstoke looking unlikely

There will be a routine pitch inspection tomorrow morning for the match against Basingstoke Town, but it is 99% certain that the game will be called off.

Youth & Reserve success continues

The success of the Reserve and Youth teams has continued this season as all five teams have had a comfortable start to the season.

Wilmot out, but McCann on way back

It has now been confirmed that goalkeeper Richard Wilmot did break his arm in the fixture with Carshalton on Satuday.

Binns shoots through Robins

Hendon won another three points today in an incident packed encounter with Carshalton Athletic.

Fixture chanes

Three fixtures have been changed.

Daggers strike again

Dagenham sealed their passage through into the FA Cup proper by beating the Dons 3-1.

Game on

Fans of Dagenham & Redbridge, Hendon and Hayes will all be pleased to know that today's game is on.

Shock win for Greens

Two powerful stikes past 'keeper Ashley Harrison gave Hendon a shock win, as they adapted better to the conditions than top of the table Canvey Island.

Loan news

Richard Wilmot, now in the third month of his loan spell, will have to leave the club after 18th November, unless Hendon can agree to sign him from Hitchin Town.

Supporters Association Quiz

On Friday, the Supporters Association will be holding one of their popular quizzes to raise money for the football club.

LOOT stadium still too wet

Due to the continuing rain, the FA Cup tie with Dagenham has been postponed today for the fifth time, resulting in a further postponment for Hendon of the League cup game with Braintree.

Dagenham off, pitch news

After last night and today's deluges, it is no surprise that today's game with Dagenham has again been postponed.

Better news for Warmington

Hendon player coach Curtis Warmington was down in the dumps following his knee injury in the FA Cup tie against Ford United in October, but things got better for him last week when he won a bagful of prizes on BBC Radio 2.

Angels fall thanks to Dons


Greens and Angels to play today

Despite rumours to the contrary, today's match between Hendon and Tonbridge Angles will go ahead.

Further fixture problems

The pitch at the LOOT stadium failed it's inspection today, the local referee deciding after consultation with the FA that although there was no longer any surface water, some patches were still to soggy to play on.