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Bostik Premier: Hendon face important Easter period with games against Metropolitan Police and Wingate & Finchley

PUBLISHED: 10:00 29 March 2018

Josh Walker celebrates his opening goal (pic DBeechPhotography)

Josh Walker celebrates his opening goal (pic DBeechPhotography)

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Greens recorded a sublime 4-1 win over title favourites Billericay Town last weekend

Hendon face an important Easter weekend as they look to keep their Bostik Premier play-off push alive.

The Greens host Metropolitan Police on Saturday, before making the short trip to Wingate & Finchley two days later.

Gary McCann’s men head into the Easter period off the back of a glorious 4-1 victory at home to big-spending Billericay Town last Saturday.

After a goalless first half, Niko Muir opened the scoring in the 55th minute from the spot, before adding his second five minutes later.

Josh Walker then scored the third goal for the Silver Jubilee Park outfit in the 63rd minute.

Jamie O’Hara pulled one back for the Blues eight minutes remaining, but Walker rounded off a sublime afternoon for Hendon with their fourth goal in stoppage time.

The Greens begin the Easter weekend sixth in the table, but are only just a point behind Staines Town, who occupy the last play-off berth.

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