News - August 2002

Hendon continue good start

Hendon continued their good start to the season, beating visitors Hitchin 2-1 despite having to field a weakened side.

Strong reserve side wins

A strong reserve side, which included first team members not heavily involved in first team action this weekend, saw Hendon turn over their counterparts from Northwood 3-0.

Woolner out for 2-3 weeks

Michael Woolner's injury suffered on Monday has not turned out to be as bad as first feared.

Player sponsorship available

The club still has plenty of oportunities for you or your company to sponsor your favourite player(s) or staff member at £140+VAT.

Woolner injured in draw

Michael Woolner was stretchered off the field in this afternoon's 0-0 draw with Billericay.

Comfortable win for Greens

Hendon won their opening home game of the season, comfortably beating relegated Hayes 2-0.

More details on Copthall

Chairman Ivor Arbiter and Vice Chairman Andrew Landesberg are looking seriously into a possible move from Claremont Road to The Copthall Stadium.

Andrew Landesberg on Greensline

This evening, an interview with Andrew Landesberg about the potential move to Copthall will go live on the Greensline.

Draw at Enfield

Hendon drew away to Enfield today, neither team getting to grips with the intricacies of the new ball this season.

Hendon FC and Copthall

The club directors are seriously considering an opportunity of moving Hendon FC from Claremont Road to the Copthall Stadium.

K's match postponed

Hendon will not be playing Kingstonian next Tuesday at Claremont Road due to the Isthmian League's decision not to lift the Surrey side's suspension this morning.

Managers Cup reminder

Supporters intending to enter this season's managers cup competition should bear in mind that entries must either be handed in to a supporters association committee member or submitted through the website before 3.

Pre-season finishes well

Hendon won their last pre-season friendly with a convincing 3-0 scoreline this afternoon against Leicestershire side Hinckley United.

First cup draws

The first cup draws for this season have now been made for the first team, whilst the reserves are also now aware of the draw in one of their cup competitions.

Second trophy for Anderson

Dave Anderson saw his charges win their second trophy in just over four months as they overcame Enfield Town 1-0, courtesy of a 34th minute Martin Randall goal.

Burgess moves on

It has been confirmed today that Mark Burgess has left the club and is believed to be joining Aylesbury United.

Forbes is still with the club

There have been reports in both the Non League Paper, and on their sister website that midfielder Steve Forbes has signed for Canvey Island.