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Match Report

AFC Hayes
1
Hendon
4
Date:
Thursday 05 August 2010
Competition:
Friendly
Attendance:
Unknown
Venue:
TBA

Match Report

Hendon cruised to a comfortable 4-1 win at AFC Hayes on Thursday night, despite making 10 changes to the starting line-up that beat Queens Park Rangers 48 hours earlier.

The Greens drew first blood as early as the 3rd minute when Danny Dyer curled a beautiful free kick into the net after Casey Maclaren had been fouled just outside the penalty area.

Hendon were well in control of the game, although the home side did have one very good chance to score, but the striker inexplicably lifted the ball over the bar.

The lead was doubled in the 22nd minute when Lee Scott bustled his way past the challenges of two defenders, and beat the keeper with a fine strike.

AFC Hayes made 4 substitutions on the half hour mark, and this seemed to bring them more confidence and solidity in defence. That said, both Scott and new trialist Nathaniel Gordon, an attacking player who was at Tilbury last season, had efforts that went narrowly wide of goal.

The home side had more possession in the second half, but in the 65th minute Gary McCann made two subsitutions, one of which was to prove perfect.

Within 50 seconds of entering the field of play, Richmond Agyeman took possession of the ball 20 yards from goal, looked up, and curled the ball past the keeper into the net.

Four minutes later, the Greens gave away a sloppy penalty which was converted, but that was to be the last of any chances for AFC Hayes.

The final goal of the evening came in the 87th minute when Glenn Garner slotted the ball home from the edge of the area.

Report by Steve Rogers

Hendon

1
Berkley Laurencin
2
Dave Diedhiou
3
Danny Dyer
4
Michael Peacock
5
Casey Maclaren
6
Jon-Jo Bates
7
Lubomir Guentchev
8
Mariusz Serwin
10
Lee Scott
11
Fabion Simms
12
Nathaniel Gordon
14
Richmond Agyeman
15
Matt O'Brien
16
James Reading
17
Kevin Maclaren
18
Glenn Garner
19
James Parker

Match Events

3''
Danny Dyer
22''
Lee Scott
65''
Richmond Agyeman replaced Lubomir Guentchev
65''
Kevin Maclaren replaced Nathaniel Gordon
66''
Richmond Agyeman
76''
Matt O'Brien replaced Mariusz Serwin
76''
Glenn Garner replaced Lee Scott
87''
Glenn Garner

AFC Hayes

Squad unknown