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News - April 2004

London Senior Cup Final at Hendon

In a late change of venue, we have been asked to stage the London Senior Cup Final this coming Thursday (6th May).

Youngsters do reserves proud

A very young, inexperienced reserve team did the club proud tonight despite losing 5-3 to Chesham United in the final Capital League game of the season.

150 club winners

The 150 club winners for March and April have been announced.

Wealdstone game postponed

Our George Ruffell Memorial Trophy game against Wealdstone on Monday evening has been postponed.

Reserves in action tonight

The reserves are in action tonight as they entertain Chesham United in their final league game of the season.

An open message to all supporters

Hendon Football Club would like to thank all of our supporters for their continued support over the past season, despite the uncertainty over the move to Copthall.

Was it the last game at Claremont Road?

That was the question many people were asking yesterday.

Ofori wins double supporters award

Eugene Ofori bagged both Supporters Player of the Year tropies this season with the presentation taking place straight after this afternoon's game at Claremont Road.

Draw leaves Dons sweating

Hendon allowed Sutton to close the gap in the race for second place this afternoon with a 1-1 draw with St.

Dons win Safe Hands Award

The Isthmian League have announced today that we have won the Premier Division Safe Hands Award for March 2004.

Greens slip to defeat at Sutton

Hendon put in a disappointing performance this afternoon as they lost 2-0 at Sutton United.

George Ruffell Memorial Trophy

As a consequence of winning the Middlesex Senior Cup on Monday evening, we will be playing one additional fixture for the George Ruffell Memorial Trophy.

Cooper to undergo surgery

Following his injury in extra time on Monday evening, Mark Cooper was due to undergo surgery this afternoon on his achilles injury and should everything go to plan, he will then have his leg in plaster for ten weeks.

Super subs win cup for ten man Hendon

Hendon completed a hat-trick of Middlesex Senior Cup final wins as they beat Uxbridge 3-1 after extra time.

Greens bid for cup hat-trick

Hendon will be bidding to win the Middlesex Senior Cup for the third year in a row this evening when they come up against Uxbridge in the final of the county's premier competition.

Ex-Arsenal star to appear with women

Paul Davis will make a special appearance at our fund-raising event for girl's football on Tuesday 13th April 2004 organised by our women's team.

Southam brace ends unbeaten run

Hendon's 17 match unbeaten run came to an end this afternoon as they lost 2-0 at Bishop's Stortford.

End of season dinner

The end of season dinner will take place on Friday 21st May in the clubhouse.

Greens win local derby

Hendon won their local derby against Harrow Borough 2-0 this evening to complete the double over their Middlesex rivals.

Howard brace keeps Dons unbeaten

Hendon extended their unbeaten run to 16 games with a 3-1 win over Maidenhead United.

BBC cameras on Hendon women

Hendon FC has been selected by The BBC Media Trust to take part in a documentary which will air on BBC2.