News - December 2006

Second half blitz at Leyton

An outstanding second half performance saw Hendon win 4-1 at Leyton this afternoon.

Greens snatch last gasp point

An equalising goal in the sixth minute of injury time earnt Hendon a last gasp point against local rivals Harrow Borough this afternoon at Claremont Road.

Remember it's an early start on Tuesday

A reminder that our Boxing Day home game against Harrow Borough will kick off at the earlier time of 1.

Youth team round up

Our four Sunday youth teams are currently on their Christmas break.

Munday departs, Murphy joins

Yesterday's victory over Worthing saw 18 year old defender Kieran Murphy join on a months loan from MK Dons.

Hendon buzz out of bottom three

Hendon needed two late goals to earn all three points this afternoon against Worthing, a result that moved the Greens out of the bottom three.

It's been a bit foggy

As people will be more than aware, much of the country has been engulfed by fog for much of this week.

Youth team round up

Two youth teams were in action yesterday and both won their respective games.

Defeat in Kent

Hendon came away from Margate this afternoon empty handed following their 4-1 defeat at Hartsdown Park.

Leach returns to the fold

This morning Gary McCann completed the signing of central defender Marc Leach from Aylesbury United.

Hillingdon Borough up next

Hendon will have another home tie in the quarter finals of the Middlesex Senior Cup when they entertain Hillingdon Borough at Claremont Road.

Hendon progress in county cup

Hendon had a comfortable win last night in the second round of the Middlesex Senior Cup as they saw off a young North Greenford United side 6-0 at Claremont Road.

Youth team round up

Two youth teams were in action last Sunday.

Robins shot down by Greens

Hendon put in an excellent performance this afternoon to win 3-1 at fellow strugglers Carshalton Athletic.

Youth team round up

With many apologies for the delay in updating, we take a brief look back at the youth games played last weekend.

Greens lose to first half goals

Two goals in the first half hour were enough for Bromley to win 2-0 at a damp Claremont Road tonight.

Pitch passes precautionary inspection

The pitch has passed a precautionary inspection that took place at 1.

Hendon have washout blues

A glorious, sunny afternoon greeted the fans of Hendon and Slough Town as they travelled to Claremont Road this afternoon, but there were no sunny dispositions in the two dressing rooms after the referee called off the match less than 30 minutes before the scheduled kick-off.

Match postponed at 2.40pm

Today's game against Slough Town was called off at 2.

No pitch inspection planned

Despite the damp weather today, there is no pitch inspection currently planned for tomorrow's important home game against Slough Town.