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News - March 2009

Two deadline day signings

Gary McCann made two deadline day signings ahead of this afternoon's transfer deadline.

Update on Lee O'Leary

Unfortunately Lee O'Leary has suffered a setback with his injury sustained last week.

50 goals for Brian

Brian Haule has reached the 50 goal mark for the Greens, the first player to do so since Ricci Crace reached the milestone three years ago.

Battling Greens are beaten

Hendon were beaten by an experienced AFC Hornchurch side, but had it not been for a couple of defensive errors, the Greens could have taken something from the game.

Please remember your sponsor money

Just a quick reminder to all those who took part in the sponsored walk to Harrow that your monies need to be paid in as soon as possible - ideally on Sunday.

Hendon move out of bottom four

Hendon moved out of the relegation zone this evening with a comprehensive 4-0 win over relegation rivals Hastings United.

Bucket collection for Lee

Following the injury to Lee O'Leary yesterday, we will be holding a bucket collection at our next two home games (against Hastings United and AFC Hornchurch) to raise money for him.

Update on Claremont Road T-Shirts

We are pleased to confirm that all the t-shirts have now been posted out to those people who paid for postage.

Worse news on the injury front

Unfortunately we have just heard that the news is not as good for Lee O'Leary.

Update on Lee's injury

Gary McCann has just updated us with the latest news on Lee O'Leary's injury that he sustained in this afternoon's game against Horsham.

Hendon keep up winning form

Hendon continued their recent good run of results with a hard earned 2-1 win at Horsham this afternoon.

Kids go free at Horsham

Horsham have announced that kids go free for Saturday's game, which is being played at their temporary home at Worthing FC.

Another new date for Horsham at home

Following intervention from the league, the date for our home game against Horsham has now been set for Tuesday 21st April, kick off 7.

Fixture change for 15th April

There has been a further change to our outstanding fixtures this evening.

Hendon drop down a place

We have dropped down a place in the league table to 20th.

Horsham home game rearranged

Our outstanding home league match against Horsham has been rearranged and will take place at Vale Farm on Wednesday 15th April, kicking off at 7.

AFC Hornchurch date and venue confirmed

The date and venue for our home game against AFC Hornchurch has been confirmed.

Confirmation of venues for remaining home games

Our home game against Maidstone United on Saturday 11th April, will be played at Harrow Borough's Earlsmead ground.

Replica Shirt Sale

The supporters association are running a sale on our current replica shirts as a cup final special ahead of our game against AFC Hayes on Easter Monday.

Greens beat the Rams

Hendon continued their recent good home form with a 3-1 win over relegation rivals Ramsgate.

Hendon on Comic Relief

Supporters who were at Earlsmead last Saturday will have been aware that BBC London had cameras at the game to record the players coming on to the pitch with the red nose footballs.

Tooting semi-final date set

Our London Senior Cup semi final at Tooting & Mitcham United will take place on Monday 6th April, kicking off at 7.

Cup fixture news

Following tonight's win over Wealdstone, Hendon will again be in the final of the Middlesex Senior Cup final on Easter Monday.

Back in the Middlesex final

Hendon managed to take revenge on Wealdstone for their two league defeats earlier this season, winning 4-3 in this evening's Middlesex Senior Cup semi-final.

Noel does it again

Gary Noel proved tormentor in chief yesterday afternoon, as Harrow took revenge for their 7-0 drubbing earlier this season by turning over Hendon 4-2 at Earlsmead.

Coach travel to Horsham

The club will be running a coach to our game with Horsham on the 21st March, running from Claremont Road as usual.

Walkers make it in good time

Around twenty to twenty-five supporters took part in yesterday's sponsored walk from Claremont Road to Earlsmead, taking advantage of the good weather to reach Harrow in good time - around half of the group even taking the time to stop off for a quick toilet and pub break on the way.

Semi-Final opponents known

Our London Senior Cup semi-final opponents are curretly unknown, .

February Snowball

Last month's Snowball Draw was made at the home fixture vs Harlow last weekend and saw over £350 given away by the Supporters Trust.

Hendon reach second semi-final

A win this evening in the London Senior Cup saw Hendon reach their second semi-final of the season, turning over Erith & Belvedere 4-0 at their home in Welling.

It's 250 for Burgess

Friday night was notable not just for manager Gary McCann reaching his fourth anniversary as manager (actually today), but also for senior player James Burgess reaching his 250th appearance for the club, a feat not achieved since left back/midfielder Simon Clarke went beyond the marker at the other end of this decade.