Hendon manager Gary McCann is determined to take the title fight to the final day of the season and “turn the heat up” on leaders Maidstone after his side lost control of their own destiny in the Ryman League Premier Division.
When QPR youngster Reece Grego-Cox came off the bench to make his Premier League debut against Spurs in March, there was one man watching from the South Africa Road stand who was nearly as proud as as the Ireland Under-19 international’s parents.
Hendon’s title charge continued in the Ryman League Premier Division as they triumphed 2-1 away at Wingate & Finchley in today’s Easter Monday derby, denting their hosts’ play-off hopes in the process.
Thursday evening was a special one for Hendon FC, as the club fulfilled its first competitive fixture at new home Silver Jubilee Park. Playing only a few miles away from the site of their old ground Claremont Road,
Manager Gary McCann is looking forward to Hendon’s first competitive match at Silver Jubilee Park tonight (Thursday) as his side take on Corinthian-Casuals in the quarter-finals of the London Senior Cup.