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Stalemate at windy Claremont Road

Greensnet Editor
Sat 25 Feb 2006, 18:30

Hendon drew 0-0 with Folkestone Invicta at a very cold and windy Claremont Road to pick up a much needed point. Chances were at a premium throughout the game as the strong wind dictated the play. Hendon's best chance fell to Michael Barima whose low drive was well saved by Tony Kessell, whilst Andy Cook had a chance to head home in the second half but lost the ball in the low sun. There was bad news in the dying minutes as Danny Murphy was stretchered off after falling awkwardly in a fair challenge. There is currently no news as to how Danny is.