News - April 2002

Fine end to Greens' season

Hendon's season ended with the Greens in 8th place in the Ryman League Premier Division table.

Greens finish on a high

Hendon finished by continuing their end of season form, beating rivals Enfield 2-0 at the LOOT Stadium.

Clarke honoured by supporters

Simon Clarke won his second Supporter's Player of the Season award at Hendon, beating David Hook and Dale Binns to the vote just a week after making his 350th appearance for the club.

Managers Cup winner known

This season's Managers Cup has been won by Pauline Rogers, who wins the prize of £60.

No goals for youth team

The youth teams had a goalless return on Sunday.

Reserves return to winning ways

The reserves returned to winning ways on Saturday with a 5-1 demolition of Sutton United, the goals coming from Gil Gomes, Darius Alamouti, Ross Cable, Adil Salih, Duncan Hamilton and Pat Sappleton.

Crace inspires Dons to win

Ricci Crace inspired Hendon to a 3-0 win at Croydon Sports Arena today.

Clarke to be offered captaincy

Simon Clarke will be offered the captaincy on Saturday if he is selected to play at Croydon in honour of him reaching his 350th first team appearance for the club.

Reserves lose cup final

The reserve lost the final of the Middlesex Premier Cup 2-0 to Northolt Saints this evening.

Clarke close to milestone

Hendon full-back/wing-back Simon Clarke will reach a major milestone on Saturday.

Iron turned over

Hendon earned another three points tonight, beating Braintree Town 3-0 at the LOOT Stadium.

Reserve and youth update

The reserves have hit a poor run of form ahead of tomorrow nights cup final, having now lost their last 5 league games, the latest seeing them go down 1-0 at Maidenhead United on Saturday.

Crace earns a point

Hendon won just a single point at home to off-form Maidenhead United this afternoon, the final result at the LOOT Stadium being a 1-1 draw.

Greens beat Grays

Hendon beat top six side Grays Athletic tonight, winning 1-0 in front of a sparce crowd.

Question Dave Anderson

Greensnet along with Dave Anderson (and a certain supporter's idea - you know who you are) are giving supporters the chance to ask 1st team manager any questions or make any comments that they wish before Saturday.

Hendon players earn England call up

Two of Hendon's Under-15s squad will be in the England squad for next season.

Reserve and youth update

The reserves lost their 3rd match in a row, going down 3-2 at home to Hayes on Saturday afternoon, and they need to be careful that they don't get dragged into the relegation fight in the Premier Division.

Shots end Greens' run

Aldershot Town put paid to Hendon's ideas of extend their run of five consecutive wins, winning 2-1 at the Recreation Ground.

Dons make it five in a row

Hendon beat St.

Confirmation of Grays game

It has been confirmed this morning that next weeks game against Grays Athletic will go ahead as planned on Tuesday, 9th April, kick off 7.

Duncan makes playing return

There was some good news to come out of the reserves defeat on Saturday afternoon as wingback Iain Duncan made his first playing appearance since suffering a serious knee injury on Easter Monday 2001.

Reserve and youth update

On Saturday afternoon the reserves slipped to their second straight home defeat as they lost 3-2 to Metropolitan Police, while on Sunday morning the Under 16's won 6-3 at Harrow St Mary's.

Sponsored walk success

More than 40 Hendon supporters completed the sponsored walk from LOOT Stadium to Boreham Wood FC on Good Friday morning, prior to the clubs' Ryman League Premier Division encounter.

Hendon: Middlesex 'Champions'

Hendon won Middlesex's premier competition, the Middlesex Senior Cup, beating Northwood 4-2 after extra time at Hayes' Church Road ground.