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Reserves News, 1966/1967

Thursday 16 March - Hendon 1 Barking 3

The reserves lost 3-1 at home to Barking, with skipper George Rocknean in the unaccustomed position at inside-left scoring an unaccustomed goal, thereby doubling his tally for the season

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Saturday 11 March - Hendon 4 St Cuthberts 0

Thanks to goals by Mickey Clay (2), Ray Poole and David Bell the reserves beat St Cuthberts in the semi-final of the Middlesex Intermediate Cup.

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Saturday 19 November - Kingstonian 3 Hendon 0

A very strong reserve side unaccountably lost 3-0 to Kingstonian on Saturday afternoon.

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Tuesday 15 November - Hendon 2 Enfield 1

The reserves defeated Enfield 2-1 on Tuesday evening. Scorers were Brian Woozley and Danny Lakey, and our newcomer Barry Davidson made his debut when Danny retired with an injury.

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Saturday 15 October - Hendon 0 Hitchin Town 0

The reserves had to be content with a goalless draw after having most of the play in their home fixture against Hitchin. Admittedly the Hitchin goalkeeper made some excellent saves but there were occasions when he should have been beaten.

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Saturday 17 September - Bromley 0 Hendon 0

The reserves played out a goalless draw at Bromley, though they did in fact get the ball in the net on two occasions.

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Saturday 10 September - Hendon 5 Woking 2

The reserves beat Woking at home by five goals to two, the scorers being Jim Delaney three, Pans Charalambous one and Mickey Salter one. Mickey's goal was such a good one that even the referee clapped! Those who were lucky enough to witness the game were immensely impressed by the excellent performance of all the players, and great credit is due to Pat Austin for the team spirit he has inculcated. Team : Lagden, Lane, Castle, Edgcombe, Patmore, Rocknean, Head, Charalambous, Delaney, Seeman, Salter.

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