Hendon fielded a side that included a number of trialists as manager Dave Anderson ran the rule over possible new signings in a game that was played in three thirty minute periods.
Wealdstone took the lead in the 80th minute when Richard Jolly fired home, but it only took four minutes for Hendon to reply when Ricci Crace scored.
Trialist keeper Luke Thornton made one good save in the first period, while fellow trialist Greg Joseph looked comfortable in defence. The other best chances for Hendon fell to Martin Randall who saw two chances go very close.
Hendon always seemed to have the better ideas going forward but found Wealdstone resiliant in defence. Hendon now move on to play Hanwell in their next friendly on Thursday evening.