It's a big day for the first team tomorrow as they make the trip to Luton Town for the FA Cup Fourth Qualifying Round tie. In what is undoubtedly one of the toughest non-league grounds to go to, the squad will be determined to build on the much improved second-half performance against Metropolitan Police, find the back of the net, and hopefully cause a cup shock.
Whilst Luton are understandably prioritising on returning to the Football League, their manager, Gary Brabin, has said in the local media that they will not be taking tomorrow's game lightly, although like the Greens, the Hatters do have a number of players out injured.
Gary McCann has said that the squad are really up for the game, and are thoroughly looking forward to it. He has kept his cards close to his chest regarding the injured players, but will be hoping that some may be fit enough to take part.
Supporters are reminded that Hendon fans are being accomodated in the Oak Road stand - and should enter the ground via the turnstiles in Oak Road. There will not be an opportunity to change ends at half-time like normal. We also ask that our supporters take note of any instructions from the stewards inside and outside the ground.
Full details on how to get to Kenilworth Road, and the admission prices can be found on the front page of the website.
We hope to see as many of you as possible at the game tomorrow - and if possible, please wear as much green as possible. The team will be wearing the green kit.