Hendon took advantage of the 3G pitch at Silver Jubilee Park to play a hastily-arranged practice match against Hemel Hempstead Town of the Vanarama Conference South on Tuesday night.
Looking to give his squad match practice after the postponement of Monday night's match against the Metropolitan Police, former Greens star Dean Brennan brought the Tudors to Kingsbury.
Both teams were without a number of regulars, and in Hendon's case it was Kevin Maclaren, Dave Diedhiou, James Fisher, Kezie Ibe, Lee O'Leary, Oliver Sprague and Andre Da Costa, at least five of whom would be considered regular starters.
Hemel Hempstead took advantage of some poor defending to take a 2-0 half-time lead, but Hendon pulled a goal back thanks to a penalty from Sam Murphy. The Tudors restored their two-goal advantage before Leon Smith scored, but Hemel added a fourth goal near the end to run out 4-2 winners.
"I was really pleased with the workout," said manager Gary McCann. "All 15 available members of the squad got good minutes.
"The pitch was excellent and it is great to have a facility such as this. Of course, we have trained on the pitch for a few months now, but playing on it is very different to training.
"There is a lot of work to be done at Silver Jubilee Park before it is ready for us to move in here, but it will be a fantastic venue when everything is in place. It will be very exciting to move in here permanently."