News - April 2008

Under 21s beat league champions

Hendon Under-21s inflicted the first league defeat of the season on league champions Harrow Club at a very wet Claremont Road this evening.

Weekend youth team action

Two of our youth teams are in action this weekend.

Weekend youth round up

On Saturday afternoon the under 21s took another step towards securing the runners up spot with a 7-1 demolition of Sporting Hounslow.

Brian is fans favourite

Following todays game, despite the on field disappointment, there were over 100 people in attendace at a celebration in the clubhouse of a thoroughly exciting and enjoyable season.

Play off dream comes to an end

Hendon's play off dream came to an end this afternoon as they lost 2-1 to local rivals Wealdstone.

Supporters v Players match

The players have challenged the supporters to a game at Claremont Road on Wednesday 7th May.

More football to come

Despite the first team's season ending this afternoon, there is still more football to come at Claremont Road this season.

Under 15s title hopes end

Hendon Under-15s hopes of winning the league title came to an end as they lost 2-1 to Acton Ealing Whistlers at Claremont Road this evening.

More cup final disappointment

For the second time this season, Hendon had cup final disappointment as they were beaten 3-2 by a Tooting & Mitcham United side that thoroughly deserved the win.

End of season party - Are you coming?

Are you intending to come to the end of season party that will immediately follow our final league game against Wealdstone on Saturday afternoon? If so, and if you haven't given your name to Geraldine Clarke, Sandra Wood or Steve Rogers already, it is very important that you email Steve as soon as possible so that we know how many people we are catering for.

End of season awards

Supporters are advised that this season the end of season awards will not be presented on the pitch after the game on Saturday afternoon as has happened in previous years.

Youth team round up

The under 21s continued their superb form with a 6-3 win over AMU yesterday.

One game to go

With the Greens winning 2-0 at Staines Town this afternoon, Ashford Town (Middx) losing 3-1 at East Thurrock United and Tonbridge Angels only drawing 1-1 with AFC Hornchurch, all that is needed next weekend to secure a place in the play-offs is a win against Wealdstone, whilst hoping that Ramsgate either drop points or are unable to make up the 4 goal difference between us and them if they beat Boreham Wood.

U16s in action tomorrow

Our under-16s continue their title bid tomorrow evening when they travel to Kensington Dragons for a 6.

Youth team round up

Having been told off by our under-21 managers yesterday, we probably ought to bring you up to date with the latest from our youth teams.

End of season function

Following our final game of the season against Wealdstone, the Supporters Association will be holding an End of Season party in one of the Banqueting Suites.

Hendon beat the Champions

Hendon beat the newly crowned Ryman League Champions Chelmsford City 2-1 this afternoon in an entertaining game at Claremont Road.

Player of the season voting

The Supporters Association are now accepting votes for the player of the season award.

Greens well beated

Hendon came away from Tonbridge Angels well beaten as they lost 4-0 to their fellow play-off hopefuls.

It's a century of goals, and for Leach

The second goal by Davis Haule this afternoon was the 100th goal scored by Hendon in competitive games this season.

Three sets of brothers

It is believed that a record was set this afternoon as the Greens named three sets of brothers in their line-up this afternoon.

Davis hits hat-trick

Davis Haule was the hat-trick hero for Hendon this afternoon as they won 4-3 at Hastings United to re-ignite their play-off hopes.

Memorabilia Auction

As part of the forthcoming Quiz Night on Saturday 12th April, the Supporters Trust are also holding an auction of Hendon related Memorabilia.

One deadline day signing

Gary McCann made one deadline day signing in the form of 18 year old midfielder Jack Page, younger brother of Sam.

Play off hopes dented

Hendon's play off hopes were dented tonight as they lost 1-0 to Boreham Wood.