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Saturday 24 March - Billericay doubled up by Niko and Josh

Niko Muir and Josh Walker both hit doubles this afternoon as the first team beat Billericay Town 4-1 in front of the highest crowd of the season at SJP.

462 were in attendance to view a goalless first half and then see the game taken away in nine second half minutes as the Greens scored three goals. The opener came in the 55th minute when Muir scored a penalty after Zak Joseph was fouled by Jack Giddens. Muir then doubled the lead five minutes later, and in the 63rd minute, Walker scored his first of the afternoon,

Billericay pulled themselves back into the game in the 82nd minute when Jamie O'Hara scored superb freekick from the edge of the area, but the visitors were dealt a further blow shortly afterwards as Adam Cunnington had to leave the field with a nasty looking facial injury sustained in a goalmouth scramble, leaving them with ten men.

The final goal came in the second minute of stoppage time when Walker fired the ball home, meaning that the Greens moved back into the play-offs courtesy of Staines Town's defeat to Leiston.

Posted at 19:11

Friday 23 March - What's in the Billericay programme?

This is what you can expect in Hendon's match programme against Billericay on Saturday.

- GARY MCCANN: The manager's latest news about his team

- GREENSVIEW: Daz Bloor's programme editorial

- 45 YEARS AGO TODAY: It is 45 years to the day since Hendon last won the Isthmian League title. David Ballheimer remembers the 1972/73 season

- MATCH REPORTS: Covering the Margate and Merstham games (Tooting and Staines in the Met Police issue)

- THE GREENS IN ACTION: Pics by Derek Beech of the Margate fixture

– HENDON A to Z: David Ballheimer features the Will Mather Cup

– WHERE ARE THEY NOW? Alan Campbell is the ex-player answering Paul Sachdev’s usual questions

- UPDATE ON STEPS 3 AND 4 LEAGUE BOUNDARIES, 2018/19: Part 2 features discussion between FA chiefs and the NLP

- HALF-TIME BREAK: Another nine questions for half-time amusement

- NON-LEAGUE PAPER: The SCL Unsung Hero, one of the National Game Awards

- OUR VISITORS: History and player profiles of the opposition

- PLUS: HFC Fixtures and Results - Supporters Trust and Association News - Away Travel - Mascots - HFC Sponsorship - Gary McCann Stand Sponsorship - Stats page

Programmes on sale at SJP on Saturday priced at £2.00 or by subscription for PDF versions to Eddie Edwards on

Posted at 20:06

Wednesday 21 March - U18s pick up three points at Staines

The under 18s picked up three points at Staines Town this evening as they came away from Wheatsheaf Lane with a 3-2 win.

James Raptis put the young Greens ahead in the 2nd minute before Staines equalised in the 16th minute. The Greens were back ahead on the stroke of half time through an own goal.

Staines were back on level terms in the 57th minute, but it was Kahil Francis-Onwuhaga who had the last word as he scored the winner with thirteen minutes to go.

Posted at 22:04

Wednesday 21 March - Additional car parking secured for Saturday

We are anticipating our biggest attendance of the season on Saturday when we entertain Billericay Town at SJP, and additional parking has been secured to ease pressure on the roads around the ground.

The car park at SJP will be available as normal, but it expected to fill up much earlier. Billericay have advised us to expect a team coach and a supporters coach, which of course we need to keep space for.

A second car park has been made available at West Hendon Playing Fields. This holds around 100 cars and is just a five minute walk from the ground.

The additional parking can be accessed in Goldsmith Avenue, which can be found opposite the West Hendon branch of Sainsbury's on the A5 (Edgware Road). If travelling from Staples Corner, the turning is on the left just after Hendon Magistrate's court. If travelling from the Kingsbury/Colindale direction, the turning is the first right after Kingsbury Road. The postcode for the car park is NW9 7EX.

There will be a steward on duty in the West Hendon car park who will direct you to the ground. Please be aware that the walk to the ground is across the playing fields so it may be muddy underfoot.

We ask all supporters to be considerate to the residents in the surrounding streets, and ensure that driveways are not blocked or access inconvenienced by inconsiderate parking. Also, please do not park close to the entrance to the SJP car park, so that there is space to allow the coaches to enter and exit.

In all cases, please follow any instructions given by our stewards, who will be working to maximise the number of vehicles into both car parks.

Posted at 17:44

Wednesday 21 March - Staines report now online

The match report from last night's disappointing defeat at Staines Town is now online. The report from Bryan Roberts can be found here

Posted at 16:11

Tuesday 20 March - Greens beaten by clinical Swans

The first team were beaten 4-0 by a Staines Town side who were ultimately more clinical in front of goal, and more solid in defence than the Greens.

The home side, who like the Greens have been involved in the race for the play-offs all season, took the lead through Elliot Buchanan in the 12th minute, and three minutes later Tyrell Miller-Rodney doubled the lead. However, as has been the case so often this season, the young Greens refused to give up and on the stroke of half-time Ashley Nathaniel-George hit the post with a screaming effort that had beaten Conor Hudnott all ends up. Unfortunately Michael Corcoran's diving header on the rebound went wide of the unguarded target.

Within ten minutes of the restart, Max Worsfold finished off a swift counter-attack to make it 3-0, and Wadah Ahmidi completed the scoring in the 68th minute. The Greens kept looking for a way back into the game but were ultimately unable to find the back of the net.

Posted at 22:58

Tuesday 20 March - Staines game is on tonight

We have been in touch with Staines and tonight's game is going ahead as planned.

Posted at 11:31

Monday 19 March - Tooting report now online

The match report from Saturday's win at Tooting & Mitcham United is now online. The report from David Ballheimer can be found here

Posted at 19:05

Monday 19 March - Staines hopeful for tomorrow's game

We have been in touch with Staines Town today, who are hopeful that tomorrow's game at Wheatsheaf Lane will go ahead as planned. Obviously this is subject to the weather overnight and tomorrow, but with things set fair we will hopefully have a game to play.

Should anything change, we will of course update you as soon as we can.

Posted at 17:13

Saturday 17 March - Unbeaten run extends with win at Tooting

The first team extended their unbeaten run to 8 games, both in the league and in all competitions, thanks to a 2-0 win at Tooting & Mitcham United.

On a very cold afternoon, as the mini 'beast from the east' struck the country, it was Ashley Nathaniel-George who warmed the travelling Hendon fans by scoring the opening goal shortly before half-time. Zak Joseph scored the second in the 82nd minute, just a few minutes after coming on as a substitute, and the Greens were able to hold on to secure all three points.

Posted at 16:57

Saturday 17 March - Positive news from Tooting

The latest news from Tooting is positive, and the game is currently expected to go ahead as planned. As we are sure everyone understands, things can change given the forecast today, so we'll all be keeping our fingers crossed that weather conditions don't worsen over the next few hours.

Posted at 11:18

Saturday 17 March - Pitch condition update from Tooting

Tooting & Mitcham United have been in touch a few minutes ago to say that the pitch is currentl playable - but they will give us another update in a couple of hours.

We ask that, if the game does go ahead, given the Amber weather warning that has been issued for the London area later today, that supporters check before they travel, and if you do travel, please be careful and don't take any unncessary risks.

We will update again through the usual channels as and when we hear from our opponents.

Posted at 09:49

Thursday 15 March - Merstham match report now online

The match report from Tuesday's draw against Margate is now online. The report from Bryan Roberts can be found here

Posted at 21:05

Wednesday 14 March - Margate highlights online

The highlights from Saturday's draw against Margate are now available through HFCTV. You can access the highlights by going to HFCTV in the "other" section of the website menu, or by clicking here.

Posted at 22:56

Tuesday 13 March - Greens draw against in form Merstham

The first team drew their third match in a row this evening, this time against an in form Merstham side who had won eight of their last ten games.

Niko Muir opened the scoring from the penalty spot in the 20th minute, before Simon Cooper equalised shortly before half time.

Posted at 21:42

Tuesday 13 March - Kenway Miller Solicitors sponsor website

We are delighted to announce that Kenway Miller Solicitors have agreed to sponsor the official Hendon FC website in a deal that currently runs until the end of the 2018-19 season.

Kenway Miller are specialists in defending motoring charges, and have a success rate of 94% for appeals from Magistrates Court. More information can be found on their website by clicking here.

Managing director from Kenway Miller, Matthew Miller, said "We're delighted to team up with Hendon and we'll be backing them all the way on their quest to cement a play off spot. We look forward to a long and successful partnership with the club."

Posted at 19:21

Tuesday 13 March - Merstham game is on

Merstham have been in touch this morning to say that there are no issues with their pitch and this evening's game should go ahead as planned. Kick off is at 7:45pm.

Posted at 11:37

Monday 12 March - This week's U18 game is rearranged

The U18s home game against Camberley Town due to be played on Wednesday has been postponed as our opponents have cup commitments. Our game has been rearranged for Wednesday 25th April, kick off 7:30pm at SJP.

Posted at 17:26

Sunday 11 March - Margate report and photos now online

The match report and photos from yesterday's draw against Margate are now online. The report from David Ballheimer can be found here and Derek Beech's photos can be found on Facebook and Flickr.

Posted at 15:17

Saturday 10 March - 100 up for Luke Tingey

This afternoon's game against Margate saw Luke Tingey make his 100th appearance for the club since joining in the summer of 2015.

Luke, who has played across the back four and in midfield and is still only 21, has scored three goals in his time with us so far.

We congratulate Luke on his milestone appearance, and we hope to see him in action many more times.

Posted at 22:03

Saturday 10 March - All square between play off contenders

It was all square at SJP this afternoon - as the first team played out a 1-1 draw with fellow play-off (& possibly title) contenders Margate.

On a mild afternoon it was the Greens who took the lead when Josh Walker scored his 10th goal of the season, the fourth player to reach that mark this season. The goal came in the 3rd minute when Walker beat a couple of challenges to find the back of the net.

The first half was an even affair, Margate probably having the majority of possession, but the Greens having the better chances, but in the 42nd minute the visitors equalised when a shot from Jay May took a wicked deflection to fly high over Tom Lovelock and into the net.

The second half saw both sides defences on top, Margate having the better chances to find a winner, but found Lovelock in unforgiving mood stopping whatever was thrown at him, and eventually the game finished all square.

Posted at 21:59

Thursday 08 March - What's in the Margate programme?

This is what you can expect in Hendon's programme for the match against Margate on Saturday.

- GARY MCCANN: The manager's latest news about his team

- GREENSVIEW: Daz Bloor’s programme editorial

- MATCH REPORTS: Covering the recent Barnet and Lowestoft matches at home

- THE GREENS IN ACTION: Derek Beech's images from the same two fixtures

- HENDON A to Z: David Ballheimer's excellent series features Wembley - on two fronts!

- WHERE ARE THEY NOW? Rakatahr Hudson answers the familiar questions from Paul Sachdev

- UPDATE ON STEPS 3 AND 4 LEAGUE BOUNDARIES FOR 2018/19: Looking at next seasons' league regionalisation

- MEMORY LANE: More tranquil snow pics of Claremont Road taken by Steve Rogers

- HALF-TIME BREAK: Nine questions for half-time amusement

- YOUTH UPDATE: Hendon Under 18's fixtures and results

- OUR VISITORS: History and player profiles of Margate FC

- PLUS: HFC Fixtures and Results; Supporters Trust and Association News; Away Travel; Mascots; HFC Sponsorship; Gary McCann Stand Sponsorship; Stats page - the league table, Hendon appearances, Premier Div. leading scorers and attendances

Programmes on sale at SJP on Saturday or by subscription for PDF versions to Eddie Edwards on

Posted at 22:31

Thursday 08 March - Hendon FC Academy trials get new date

Our Academy have rearranged their trials for anyone interested, and they will now take place on Friday 23rd March at 6:00pm at SJP. The academy, run in conjunction with Stanmore College, includes full time education for 16 to 19 year olds, coaching from UEFA A license coaches, a tour to Portugal, and the team will be entered into the FA Youth Cup.

For more information, please click here to see the poster, or contact James Duncan by email on or by phone on 07590 698559.

Posted at 22:30

Thursday 08 March - SJP to host another final

We are delighted to announce that SJP will host the @middxfa Sunday Junior Cup Final on Wednesday 28th March 7.30 KO. The game will be played between Beesotted and The Beehive BHP.

Posted at 22:29

Thursday 08 March - Big win for Under 18's

The under 18's had a big win last night as they beat Northwood 7-0 in their latest league match. The scorers were James Raptis (2), Malachy McGovern, Dusan Panic, Kahlil Francis-Onwuagha, Ricardo Alexander-Greenway and William Murphy.

The result moved the team up to third in the table, although all the other teams have up to five games in hand.

Posted at 22:29

Tuesday 06 March - Electronic programme subscriptions - an apology

We would like to apologise to those supporters who subscribe to the electronic edition of the matchday programme. Unfortunately Eddie Edwards, who sends them out, has become detached from his computer whilst away and has not been able to send out the programmes from the last two home games.

Eddie hopes to be back up and running in the next 48 hours or so, and apologises to all those who have yet to see the most recent programmes.

Posted at 18:46

Tuesday 06 March - Lowestoft game rearranged

The game at Lowestoft Town, postponed tonight, has now been rearranged to be played on Tuesday 10th April, kick off 7:45pm.

Posted at 14:51

Tuesday 06 March - Lowestoft game postponed

We have just received confirmation that tonight's game at Lowestoft has been postponed. A new date will be advised in due course.

Posted at 12:41

Tuesday 06 March - Leatherhead game rearranged

Our trip to Leatherhead, postponed on Saturday due to the weather, will now take place on Wednesday 25th April, kick off at 7:45pm.

Posted at 10:34

Monday 05 March - Pitch inspection at Lowestoft tomorrow

Lowestoft Town will be holding a pitch inspection tomorrow at 12pm to see if our league fixture can go ahead. We will update through the usual channels as soon as the result of the inspection is known.

Posted at 13:22

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