Our home league fixture against Canvey Island will now be played on Monday 23rd February, kicking off at 7:45pm at Earlsmead.
Posted at 18:08
Our league cup tie against Hampton & Richmond Borough will now be played on Tuesday 3rd February, kick off 7:45pm.
The reason for opting for the Tuesday night is to give the groundsman as much chance as possible to work on the pitch following Harrow's home game this weekend.
Due to the weather overnight, the groundsman had been unable to do any work on the pitch following our game against Kingstonian, and those at the game will know what state the pitch was in at full time.
Posted at 13:53
Following the inspection tonight's game against Hampton & Richmond Borough has been postponed due to a waterlogged pitch following the overnight rain.
A new date for the game will be announced as soon as it has been agreed.
Posted at 13:18
There will be a pitch inspection at 1:30pm to see if tonight's league cup tie against Hampton & Richmond Borough can go ahead.
Posted at 11:25
Gary McCann was delighted with the win over Kingstonian and said, "It was a performance that had a little bit of everything. We started slowly, but that was no surprise given that we had not played a competitive game for 14 days and Kingstonian came in on the back of four straight wins.
"But once we got into the game, we were excellent. Despite the conditions our passing was very good and we could have scored a few more goals.
"In the second half, apart from the Chris Seeby incident, our discipline was outstanding. We defended in numbers and did what we set out to do. Elliott Brathwaite, Charlie Goode and Casey Maclaren were absolutely magnificent in defence and Ben McNamara's handling was impeccable.
"We had to sit back when we were down to 10 men, but we did what we had to and, for all of their territory and possession, Kingstonian really didn't create many chances.
"It was a really good day for us, with the teams above us - Dulwich and Maidstone - losing. After losing at Enfield, it was imperative to get back to winning ways and this was a difficult game. If it had gone the other way we would have been looking over our shoulders and been worrying about dropping out of the playoffs."
Posted at 22:02
Hendon ran out 3-1 winners today against visitors Kingstonian, with three goals early in the first half putting the result beyond much doubt by the time a quarter of the game had passed.
Two goals inside the first sixteen minutes put the Greens in pole position thanks to Kesie Ibe and Casey McLaren, before Aaron Morgan added a third in a rare league start. Kingstonian managed a late consolation ten minutes before the end of the game through ex-Hendon defender Sam Page, but not before Chris Seeby saw red for violent conduct.
Today's win leaves the club 4th in the league, closing on the top three, with Margate having their match postponed, while both Dulwich and Maidstone lost.
Posted at 18:29
We are pleased to be able to confirm that the pitch passed it's morning inspection and with no further rain expected today we are confident that today's game will go ahead.
Kingstonian have recently gone into a very good patch of away form, so after several weeks without a competitive game this will prove a stern test for Gary McCann's squad.
Posted at 10:37
Following the overnight rain we will be holding an inspection at 10.15 to see if today's game can go ahead.
Please check Twitter for further updates in case we are unable to update the website.
Posted at 09:27
At the time of writing there is no inspection planned ahead of tomorrow's game against Kingstonian.
However, rain is forecast overnight, so the situation will be assessed again in the morning, but fortunately temperatures are not forecast to drop below freezing.
Should an inspection be arranged we will get the information out as soon as possible and the best place to look for updates is our twitter feed. This is because we may not be able to update the website until tomorrow evening.
You can now quickly access the twitter feed by clicking on the bird icon at the top right of every page on our new-look website.
Posted at 23:02
We are pleased to announce that we will be holding a quiz night at Silver Jubilee Park on Wednesday 29th April.
Last year's quiz was extremely well attended raised over £2,000 for the club, so let's see if we can raise even more this year.
Please reserve the date in your diaries and more information will be made available a bit nearer the time.
Posted at 13:00
As any regular visitor cannot have failed to notice, as of this evening we have a new design to the website. We've been working hard in recent months to pull together the new design for all our content and although there are still some tweaks needed here and there, we've finally got it into a state where we believe it's ready to go live.
All the previous content is still available via the menu above, although it may not be in the same place you're used to seeing it. In particular, rather than having separate links on the menu for our various statistics and archives, you can find them all under a single option under First Team > Archives.
We believe this new design should be more readable and usable on a range of devices, as we're aware that more and more of our users are coming to us on mobile phones and tablets, although we've not been able to test against a wide range of technology, so we also need your help!
If you see something on the website that doesn't look quite right then please let us know via the thread at the top of our forum. We're keen to get this looking as good as we can for as many people as possible, so we're waiting to hear from you!
Finally, we're aware that on occasion of late the website has been throwing up a number of error messages. We apologise, and this unfortunately will continue for a short while longer. While the design is fresh and new, the code underneath is showing it's age and needs some TLC. Now we've got this piece of work mostly out of the way, we're ready to give the rest of the website the attention it needs and get to the bottom of the issues. Thanks for your patience in the meantime!
Posted at 21:21
The draw for the quarter-finals of the league cup has been released and we will be at home to Maidstone United if we beat Hampton & Richmond Borough next week.
The full draw is below.
Billericay Town or AFC Hornchurch vs Whyteleafe
Hendon or Hampton & Richmond Borough vs Maidstone United
Margate or Burgess Hill Town vs Kingstonian
Witham Town or AFC Sudbury vs Cheshunt or Grays Athletic
Posted at 18:03
Gary McCann was pleased with the workout the squad got against Edgware Town yesterday afternoon.
He said, "It was a good workout for us. It got minutes into the squad and this is very important at this time of the season.
"I enjoyed the surface - I think it is better than Maidstone's and the boys are loving it too. All in all, it was a good exercise for us.
"The final score was a true reflection of the game. We could probably have added to our total, but I was pleased with what we did.
"I didn't really want Charlie Goode and Elliott Brathwaite to go the whole way, but we didn"t have the replacements at the back, especially after Sam Flegg dropped out with flu. As they were not under great pressure for large parts of the game, it wasn't so much of an issue.
"The good news is that almost all of the injured players are very close to returning to fitness and being back in training."
Posted at 18:35
The long awaited New Year Draw was made yesterday, following a number of failed attempts at postponed games. There were nine cash prizes up for grabs and they were won as follows:
1st prize (£300) - Sharon Phillips (2194)
2nd prize (£150) - Richard Church (2017)
7 x 3rd prizes of £50:
Andrew Goodrich (0164)
David Greenfield (0030)
Ann Percy (1045)
Graham Etchell (1383)
David Buchanan (1642)
Dave Scott (1699)
Claire English (1865)
We would like to thank everyone who took part in the draw and all those who worked hard to sell tickets, not least Eddie Edwards who also organised the draw.
Posted at 11:27
We now have more details from today's game against Edgware Town at Silver Jubilee Park.
The game was played over three periods of thirty minutes, with the score at the end of each period being 3-0, 5-1 and 8-1.
Aaron Morgan was first to score in the 17th minute, and he doubled his tally almost immediately afterwards. Chris Seeby scored the third just before the first break.
Tony Taggart and Kezie Ibe made it 5-0 by the 50th minute, before Jay Molloy netted for Edgware five minutes before the second interval.
The final three goals came in the last seven minutes courtesy of Leon Smith, Roman Michael-Percil and Andre Da Costa.
The line up was McNamara (McNicholas), Seeby (Murphy), C Maclaren, Goode, Brathwaite, K Maclaren (Da Costa), McCann (Michael-Percil), O'Leary (Dean), Wallace (Ibe), Morgan (Smith), Taggart (Cousins).
Posted at 19:33
Hendon ran out 8-1 winners in this afternoon's training match against Edgware Town against SJP.
Your website team have no further information on the line up or scorers at the time of writing.
Posted at 16:20
Following today's postponement at Earlsmead and the postponement of Edgware Town's fixture at Amersham Town in the last half hour, we have arranged a friendly to take place on the 3G pitch at Silver Jubilee Park, kicking off at 2pm. All supporters will be welcome and admission will be free.
Posted at 11:42
This afternoon's game against Canvey Island has been postponed due to a frozen pitch. A new date for the game will be announced in a few days time after discussions between the clubs.
Posted at 10:48
There will be a pitch inspection at 10:30am tomorrow morning to see if our game against Canvey Island can go ahead.
We will update through the usual channels as soon as we can once the result of the inspection is known. Updates are likely to appear quickest on Twitter.
Posted at 18:51
Our outstanding fixtures against Metropolitan Police and Witham Town have been rearranged.
The home game against Metropolitan Police, postponed on Monday, will now be played on Monday 16th February. Meanwhile the trip to Witham Town will now take place on Tuesday 3rd March.
Posted at 17:08
Thanks to the 3G pitch at Silver Jubilee Park yesterday, Gary McCann was able to pitch his side against Hemel Hempstead Town of the Vanarama Conference South last night in a hastily arranged training match. Both sides played without a number of regulars, taking advantage of the occasion to provide match practice to a number of their squads.
Hemel were able to take advantage of poor defending to go into half time 2-0 ahead, while a more even second half saw 2 more from the visitors matched by a penalty from Sam Murphy and another goal from Leon Smith.
Full details will appear on the Fixtures page soon.
Posted at 15:13
Our trip to Witham Town on Tuesday 20th January has been postponed as they have been ordered to play a league cup tie that evening. A new date is to be advised.
Posted at 12:39
Gary McCann struggled to explain what he had seen at Enfield Town on Saturday.
He said, "Six defeats out of six is extraordinary. It is freaky that we have lost six times to Enfield Town in the League. I thought we had turned the corner when we won here last month". (Hendon have never lost to the Towners in cup competitions).
"Today, however, we never got going. I must admit I though that we might take a while to get into the game after nine days without a match. We did train twice last weeks, but it is not the same as playing.
"We were lacking everywhere today, and there were only a couple of players who came out of the game with any credit. The way we played meant there was always going to be disappointment on our part, and I told the players this after the game. I was quite calm with them in the dressing room, and there was no shouting."
Posted at 21:30
Unfortunately due to the continued rain this evening, tonight's match was postponed by the match referee at 7:10pm.
We apologise to anyone who had a fruitless journey this evening. With the pitch declared playable at 3pm, we had no option but to await the arrival of the match referee to make a final inspection.
To add to the problems, the match officials were caught up in bad traffic on their way to the game and didn't arrive at Earlsmead until 7.00pm, and in the meantime the rainfall had made the pitch unplayable.
A new date for the game will be announced in due course.
Posted at 19:21
The pitch inspection result a couple of hours ago was a positive one, and at the time of writing the game is going ahead as planned.
Obviously, with rain still falling, there is a chance that conditions could deteriorate, but any decision now will be made by the match referee.
Should the situation change, we will update as soon as possible through the usual channels.
Posted at 17:01
There will be a pitch inspection at 3:15pm to see whether tonight's game can go ahead.
Posted at 11:39
Enfield Town recorded their sixth straight league win against the Greens this afternoon as they won 1-0. The only goal came in the 79th minute and was scored by Liam Hope.
The result means that Enfield have won all six league meetings between the clubs, and Hendon have won all six cup meetings.
Posted at 20:42
We are pleased to announce that the Enfield Town game is on having passed the pitch inspection held this morning.
Posted at 13:38
Enfield Town are holding a pitch inspection at 10:30am tomorrow morning to see if the game can go ahead.
We will update through the usual channels as soon as we can, but for the quickest news, please check both our twitter feed and the Enfield Town twitter feed. You do not need to have a twitter account to check these.
Posted at 17:11
We are pleased to announce Roman Michael-Percil as our first signing of 2015.
The 19 year old winger joins from Billericay Town, having been released by Tottenham Hotspur at the end of last season.
Posted at 17:10