News - March 2004

Greens complete Urchin double

Hendon completed the double over Hornchurch this evening with a 2-0 victory.

Cup final badges on sale

There has been a further addition to the range of merchandise available in the club shop.

Dave Garner runs the marathon again

Dave Garner will again be running in the London Marathon this year, but not as his alter ego Monty the Lamb.

Greens qualify for Conference Two

With Canvey Island only nine points from clinching the Ryman League crown and thus taking a Conference (One) place, Hendon became the first Isthmian feeder club to confirm a Conference Two place with their draw at home to Aylesbury.

Supporters donate more to club

The Supporters Association have had an excellent season so far with their fundraising, and so far have donated a total of £13,500 to the club, an excellent effort.

Player of the Year voting now open

With their being only 3 more home games this season, it is now time to start thinking about your Player of the Year.

Youth teams update

We apologise that our coverage of the youth teams has been somewhat lacking this season.

Women cash in

Hendon Women and Girl's Development team scored handsomely this week when they received news that they had been awarded a Lottery Grant from the Awards for All Committee for £4,966.

Dons held by the Ducks

Hendon were held to a 1-1 draw this afternoon by an Aylesbury United side that belied their position at the foot of the table with a very strong defensive display.

Randall scores as reserves win

The reserves beat Gravesend & Northfleet 3-2 this evening in a friendly at Claremont Road.

Greens win in the wind

On a very windy afternoon at Bognor Regis Town, Hendon came away with a 2-1 win.

Dons' performance not Swift enough

Hendon continued their unbeaten run with a 0-0 draw at Heybridge Swift's Scrawley Road this evening.

Hendon win at the death

Hendon beat Bedford Town 1-0 this afternoon at Claremont Road courtesy of a penalty converted by Scott Cousins a minute into second half stoppage time.

Supporters coach to Bognor

The Supporters Association are hoping to run a coach to Bognor Regis a week on Saturday.

Cup final opponents decided

Our Middlesex Senior Cup final opponents will be Uxbridge, who beat Bedfont 5-4 in a penalty shoot-out after a goalless draw at The Orchard tonight watched by manager Dave Anderson, and reserve team manager John Morris.

Fixture rearrangements

Our two outstanding league games have now been rearranged.

Heybridge game is OFF

Tonight's league game at Heybridge Swifts has been postponed.

Meeting with Ivor postponed

Our chairman Ivor Arbiter regrets that he has had to postponed the supporters meeting due to be held this coming Wednesday.

Binns makes 200th senior appearance

On Saturday afternoon at Northwood, Dale Binns made his 200th appearance when he replaced Iain Duncan just before half time.

Anderson has not been contacted by Wombles

According to last weekend's Non-League Paper, Dave Anderson has been linked with the vacant AFC Wimbledon manager's job.

Greens continue unbeaten run

Hendon extended their unbeaten run to ten games with a 1-0 win over a hardworking Northwood side.

Dave wins manager of the month award

We are delighted to announce that Dave Anderson has won the February manager of the month award following our excellent run of results over the past few weeks which saw the team drop just 2 points out of the 18 they played for.

Quiz night next week

Supporters are reminded that there will be a quiz night next Friday evening held in the clubhouse.

Dons win chance to retain cup

Hendon find themselves in their third succesive Middlesex Senior Cup Final thanks to a 2-0 victory over Southall this evening.

Cup final details

The Middlesex Senior Cup final will take place at Yeading on Easter Monday as usual - 12th April.

200 up for Anderson

Hendon manager Dave Anderson had a very impressive February.