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News - April 2012

A season to remember

Whilst missing out on the play-offs has been disappointing, when we look back on the 2011-12 season it will certainly be one to remember.

Greens win but miss play-offs

Hendon finished the season on a high note, winning 7-1 at Aveley this afternoon, but other results went against them and so the play-off dream was ended.

What happens if game is off tomorrow?

Following the heavy rain over the past few days, the Ryman League have put procedures in place should any games be postponed tomorrow afternoon.

Let's finish on a high

The end of the season seems to have suddenly sprung itself on us, and tomorrow afternoon we travel to Aveley for the final league game of the campaign.

It all goes down to the last day

Hendon's play off hopes hang by a thread following tonight's results which saw Wealdstone win 2-0 at Margate, and Lowestoft Town win 2-0 at Cray Wanderers.

Phil and Simon complete London Marathon

Both club chairman Simon Lawrence and supporters trust co-chairman Phil Rogers have successfully completed the London Marathon this afternoon.

Wharton is Player of the Season

Following this afternoon's game, the end of season awards were presented in front of a disappointing turnout by manager Gary McCann, Supporters' Association chairman Mike Hogan and Football Club chairman Simon Lawrence.

Hopes carry into final week

Hendon's playoff hopes carry into the final week of the season, following a 5-0 defeat of already relegated Tooting & Mitcham United at Vale Farm this afternoon.

Focus back on reaching play-offs

The focus for the first team returns to the league, and specifically maintaining the hopes of reaching the play-offs at the end of the season.

More cup final photos

We have been advised of three more sets of photos that are now online from Wednesday night's cup final.

London Marathon looms for chairmen

As many supporters will be aware club chairman Simon Lawrence is running the London Marathon on Sunday for the first time.

Presentations after Saturday's game

As is now the custom, we will be making the end of season presentations in the clubhouse at Vale Farm after Saturday's game against Tooting.

Photos from the cup final

Andy Nunn, who regularly takes photos at non league matches, was present at last night's cup final and has already uploaded his photos to the internet.

Gary reaches 400 game milestone

Gary McCann was able to celebrate his 400th game as Hendon manager in style last night following the London Senior Cup final win over Kingstonian.

Hendon win London Senior Cup

Hendon won the London Senior Cup final this evening, seeing off Kingstonian with a 2-0 victory.

It's cup final night tonight

In what is almost becoming an annual event, it is London Senior Cup final night tonight for Hendon, as we face Kingstonian at Imber Court.

Race for the play offs update

Hendon dropped a place in the race for the play-offs this evening as Wealdstone thrashed Tooting & Mitcham United 6-0 at Imperial Fields.

Play off dates announced

The Ryman League have announced the format and dates for the play-offs, and whilst we don't wish to tempt fate, you may want to put these dates in your diary.

Under 15s snap back at Kodak

The under 15s picked up 3 points this afternoon as they beat Kodak 4-2, with Kailume Backer leading the way with two goals.

Admission prices for cup final

Admission prices for Wednesday's London Senior Cup final against Kingstonian have been announced.

Cheque presented to Rays of Sunshine

At half-time yesterday, Simon Lawrence presented our nominated charity, Rays of Sunshine, with a cheque for £2,000, courtesy of the FA Community Shield Fund.

Greens keep play-off hopes alive

Hendon kept their play-off hopes alive this afternoon as they beat Kingstonian 2-1 in the first part of the double header against the K's.

Minutes applause for Steve Cheesewright

Before the game on Saturday afternoon, we will be having a minutes applause to celebrate the life of Steve Cheesewright, who sadly lost his battle with cancer in November last year aged just 30.

It's Kingstonian in the final

Our opponents in the London Senior Cup Final will be Kingstonian, who beat Cray Wanderers 5-2 this evening, meaning that we face the K's twice in five days.

Hendon bring a Ray of Sunshine

On Saturday 14 April, at half-time during our match against Kingstonian in the Ryman League Premier Division, the Greens will be making a presentation to the club's chosen charity Rays of Sunshine.

10 walkers complete wet walk

10 intrepid walkers completed the 9 miles from Vale Farm to Wingate & Finchley on Monday in inclement weather, completing the distance in between three and three and a half hours.

Vote for your player of the season

With the end of the season rapidly approaching, the time has come for supporters to vote for their player of the season.

Auction of 2 framed Arsenal photos

The Supporters Association are inviting sealed bids for the 2 framed Arsenal photos currently on display in the club shop.

Play off hopes still alive

Hendon's play off hopes are still alive as they demolished Wingate & Finchley 5-0 at Summers Lane this afternoon.

Rikki Banks loan extended

We are pleased to announce that the loan of Rikki Banks from Eastbourne Borough has been extended through to the end of the season.

Depleted Hendon comfortably beaten

A Hendon side missing no less than 11 players through injury or suspension were comfortably beaten 3-0 by Margate this afternoon at Vale Farm.

Very important Easter weekend looms

Hendon have another important weekend coming up, with two more crucial league games over the Easter weekend.

Greens reach London cup final

Hendon reached the final of the London Senior Cup for the fifth time in seven years as they won 2-1 at AFC Wimbledon.

Under 15s well beaten in trophy

The under 15s final hopes of silverware disappeared yesterday afternoon as they were comprehensively beaten 11-0 by Isledon Wolves in the League Trophy.

Five minutes costs Greens

Five minutes of this season look like haunting the Greens, following a 3-2 defeat at Lewes this afternoon.

Late updates

We apologise for the late update this evening, and possibly for the next few days.