News - August 2004

Reserves start campaign tomorrow

The reserves open their Capital League campaign tomorrow with a trip to Yeading in what is likely to be a tough fixture for the squad.

Ofori strike enough for Greens

A 54th minute Eugene Ofori goal was enough to earn all three points for Hendon this afternoon against Dover Athletic.

Dover come visiting tomorrow

The first team make a quick return to action tomorrow afternoon, and will be aiming to put the disappointment at Tonbridge to the back of their minds as they entertain Dover Athletic at Claremont Road.

Non League fanzine now available

There is a new Non League fanzine available entitled Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll.

Spirited Greens lose at Tonbridge

Hendon put up a spirited performance this afternoon as they lost 4-1 at Tonbridge Angels.

The Angels await the Dons

Hendon will be looking to continue their good start to the season on Saturday when they make their first trip to Tonbridge to take on the Angels.

Robinson signs for Hendon

As supporters who were at Harrow on Tuesday night will have noticed, there was a new face on the substitutes bench in striker Anthony Robinson.

Greens win as Borough see red

Hendon won 3-0 tonight against a Harrow side that was reduced to nine men with just over 20 minutes to go.

More on the reserve win

Reserve team joint manager Eugene Spellman has kindly supplied us with further details on the win at Haringey yesterday afternoon.

Hendon look forward to local derby

Tomorrow evening, the Greens make the short trip to play local rivals Harrow Borough at Earlsmead.

Player sponsorship

There are still plenty of players available for sponsorship.

Programme problems

We apologise for the problems that have affected the production of the first couple of matchday programmes this season.

Reserves win at Haringey

The reserves won their Middlesex Millennium Cup game at Haringey Borough this afternoon, 4-2 being the final score.

Season 2003/04 review video

As many supporters are aware, Paul and Ian Butler have produced a video which takes in highlights from almost every game from last season.

Fancy running in the London Marathon?

We are looking to enter a whole football team in the 2005 London Marathon.

Monty back in action

Our mascot was due to be back in action this afternoon taking part in the Mascot Egg & Spoon Race at Folkestone Racecourse.

Late penalty earns Greens victory

A late penalty converted by Mark Nicholls gave Hendon all three points this afternoon against Hampton & Richmond Borough.

Reserves in Millennium Cup action tomorrow

The reserves will be playing Haringey Borough tomorrow afternoon in the Middlesex Millenium Cup, and will be looking to lay to rest the nightmare 5-0 defeat at Brimsdown Rovers a couple of weeks ago.

Dons aim to build on win

The first team will be aiming to build on the midweek victory over Heybridge on Saturday afternoon when they entertain Hampton & Richmond Borough at Claremont Road in a 3.

Middlesex Senior Cup draw

The draw for the Middlesex Senior Cup has been released, and once again due to the fact that we are the current holders, we have received a bye into the second round.

Hendon bounce back in style

Hendon bounced back from the disappointing performance on Saturday with a convincing 3-0 victory over Heybridge Swifts tonight, a team they failed to beat last season.

Greens look for Swift improvement

Tomorrow evening, Hendon will be looking for an immediate improvement following the disappointing performance on Saturday as they entertain Heybridge Swifts in the first home league game of the season.

Crack Colombia too good for youth

Hendon's new senior youth side played a preseason friendly last weekend, travelling to Herne Hill to take on Colombia FC, a team made up of South Americans from that country.

Supporters Association section launched

We are delighted to announce that there is now a section on the website dedicated to the Supporters Association.

Late comeback not enough

Hendon were made to pay for three individual defensive errors this afternoon as they lost 3-2 at Yeading.

The new season approaches

After a traumatic summer, the Greens can concentrate on football again as they kick-off their 42nd consecutive season in the top division of the Isthmian League on Saturday with a trip to Yeading.

First team squad 2004/05

This evening saw the first team squad for the new season get together for the team photo and individual photos.

Womens FA Cup draw

The draw for the first qualifying round of the Womens FA Cup has been released, and we will be travelling to Woking on Sunday, 5th September 2004.

Defeat in Millennium Cup

A squad of reserve team trialists had a disappointing night as they lost 5-0 at Brimsdown Rovers.

Greens too strong for Cardiff

On another hot sunny afternoon, Hendon ran out comfortable 5-1 winners over Cardiff Corinthians, who ply their trade in the CC Sports Welsh League.

Weakened side to play at Brimsdown

Tony Choules has announced that he will be fielding a weakened side at Brimsdown Rovers on Tuesday evening in our second Middlesex Millennium Cup tie.

Nicholls hat-trick leads Dons to victory

Hendon won their first tie in the Middlesex Millenium Cup with a convincing 5-2 win over Wingate & Finchley.

Clapton game postponed

Tomorrow evening's fixture against Clapton has been postponed as the pitch at the Old Spotted Dog is not yet ready to take a game.

Hendon win at Chertsey

Hendon came away from Chertsey Town tonight with a comfortable 3-1 victory in a game that beat the torrential thunderstorms that hit London today.

Two games on Thursday

We will now be playing two games on Thursday evening.

Two more departures

Supporters may well have seen reports about Dale Binns playing for Cambridge City at the weekend.