News - December 2002

Pitch inspection at Kingstonian

We have been informed by Kingstonian that the match referee will be inspecting the Kingsmeadow pitch sometime before midday tomorrow.

Extra special present for Rob

Rob Haworth had an extra special Christmas present on Christmas morning when his wife Lisa gave birth to a son at 7.

New Year trip to Kingstonian

Our first game of 2003 sees us travel to Kingstonian on New Years Day for a 3.

2002 is a good vintage for Hendon

Hendon will look back at 2002 with some fondness.

Results go Hendon's way

The results in the Premier Division this afternoon generally went the way of the Greens.

St Albans game postponed

Unfortunately due to the heavy overnight rain today's game against St Albans City was postponed at 11.

Today's game

At the time of writing today's Boxing Day clash with St Albans City is going ahead as planned.

Big Boxing Day clash

Hendon have just the one match left this year and it is a real cracker.

Reserve and youth update

Outside of the first team, only one team played at the weekend as the Under 17s ran out 9-1 winners in the league against LNER St Georges, with Ben Bouchnak hitting a hattrick.

Hendon give fans Christmas present

Hendon won for the first time in 8 years at Basingstoke Town this afternoon, coming away 2-0 winners and giving the travelling support a present for Christmas.

Weekend preview

We have a double header this weekend as both the first team and the reserves play Basingstoke Town.

Arlesey beaten eventually

The Greens made hard work of it, but eventually overcame Arlesey Town 2-1 in tonight's Bryco Cup tie.

Forbes signs new deal

Before tonights game, midfielder Steve Forbes signed a one year extension to his contract which means that he is now contracted to the club until May 2004.

New date for Canvey game

Our home league fixture against Canvey Island has now been arranged for Tuesday, 11th February 2003, kick off 7.

League cup campaign continues tonight

We continue our league cup campaign tonight as we entertain Division One North side Arlesey Town.

Binns fires brace for Reserves

Dale Binns continued his progress towards full fitness by scoring twice for the reserves on Saturday afternoon in their 3-2 win at Dulwich Hamlet which moved them off the bottom of the table.

Dons continue run over E's

Hendon continued their good run over Enfield in the past few years, beating the homeless Middlesex side 3-0 at Claremont Road this afternoon.

New date for Stortford

The postponed game with Bishops Stortford has now been re-arranged for Tuesday 21st January.

Local derby tomorrow

Tomorrow afternoon we entertain Enfield, who will be looking to bounce back having been thrashed 7-1 at Hitchin Town last Saturday, despite playing the whole game with 11 men.

Wingate beat Croydon

We now know that if we beat Arlesey Town next week we will entertain Wingate & Finchley early next year in the Fourth Round after our near neighbours beat Croydon 3-1 last night.

And if we beat Arlesey.....

We will be at home to the winners of tonight's Third Round tie between Croydon and Wingate & Finchley if we overcome Arlesey Town on Tuesday.

It's Arlesey next week

We will be entertaining Arlesey Town next Tuesday evening in the Third Round of the Bryco Cup.

Burton released

Reserve team goalkeeper Dan Burton was released by the club yesterday.

Reserve and youth update

The reserves returned to winning ways on Saturday afternoon as they beat Hanwell Town 2-1 in the League Cup with Dale Binns starting, while yesterday the Under 16s progressed in style in the County Cup beating Pinnstars 9-0.

Coach to Heybridge

The Supporters Association are looking to possibly run a coach to Heybridge for the FA Trophy game in January.

Messageboard is back

Following the move of the server for the messageboard, the service has returned this evening.

Point disappoints Dons

Hendon left The Meadow this afternoon disappointed to only leave Chesham with a single point, the only sticking point for the Greens' being their poor finishing.

Weekend preview

Tomorrow afternoon, the Greens make the trip to The Meadow, Amy Lane to take on Chesham United, kick-off 3.

Copthall update

On the Greensline earlier this week, chairman Ivor Arbiter was interviewed about the move to Copthall.

Boxing Day kick off confirmed

Our Boxing Day fixture at home to St Albans City will kick off at 1.

Messageboard problems

We have had an e-mail from our messageboard provider saying that the board should be back up and running by this evening at the latest.

Ivor interview on Greensline

There will be an interview with Chairman Ivor Arbiter on the Greensline (09066 555836) tonight and all day tomorrow, in which he speaks about the proposed move to Copthall.

New date for Shots

Our recently postponed fixture against Aldershot Town has been rearranged for Tuesday, 7th January.

Calendar now on sale

The much awaited 2003 Hendon calendar is now on sale in the club shop and is priced at £5.

Wealdstone next

The next round of the Middlesex Senior Cup sees Hendon travel to Wealdstone, who beat Northwood 3-0 at the White Lion Ground last night courtesy of a brace from Mick Swaysland and a strike from Marvin Morgan.

Greens score five again

Hendon started this seasons Middlesex Senior Cup defence in the same way they fought their campaign last season, putting five goals past Hillingdon Borough.

Your chance to quiz the manager

Greensnet are once again giving you the chance to submit your questions and comments to Dave Anderson.

County cup defence starts tonight

Hendon start their Middlesex Senior Cup defence tonight with a home game against Hillingdon Borough.

FA Trophy draw

The draw for the FA Trophy Third Round was made this lunchtime at Anfield, and has been us drawn away to Heybridge Swifts.

Stortford game off again

Our game at Bishop's Stortford on 10th December has been called off due to the fact that our opponents will be playing Hungerford Town in a Bryco Cup replay.

Reserve and youth update

The reserves suffered another heavy defeat, this time losing 6-3 at Maidenhead United, despite leading 3-1 at half time with goals from Duncan Hamilton, Evren Arkali and Simon Huggett.

Anderson speaks about recent departures

As reported a few days ago Hendon lost two players last week in entirely different circumstances.