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Dorking Wanderers 0 Hendon 3: Ten-man Greens defeat Wanderers

PUBLISHED: 10:00 20 December 2017 | UPDATED: 18:35 20 December 2017

Hendon boss Gary McCann (pic DBeechPhotography)

Hendon boss Gary McCann (pic DBeechPhotography)

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Bostik Premier: Dorking Wanderers 0 Hendon 3 (Muir 4, Corcoran 10, Philpott o.g. 74)

Hendon cruised to a 3-0 success at Dorking Wanderers in the Bostik Premier, despite playing the majority of the second half with 10 men.

The Greens opened the scoring in just the fourth minute at Westhumble, with Niko Muir on target.

Six minutes later, Gary McCann’s men doubled their advantage when Michael Corcoran scored, with the visitors taking a 2-0 lead into half time.

The game’s flash point came in the 64th minute when Harly Wise was dismissed for Hendon.

Despite being a man light, the Greens were still a threat in attack and the win was sealed when Dorking defender Isaac Philpott scored an own goal in the 74th minute.

With the win, McCann’s men moved back into the play-off places, but only goal difference is keeping them above Folkestone Invicta and Metropolitan Police.

Dorking: Huk, Dyett (Philpott 65), Sheridan, Ray, Beckles, Pearse, Beard (Summerfield 9), Briggs, Sole (Oakes 82), Tolfrey, McShane.

Subs: Chendlik, Boulter.

Hendon: Lovelock, Eggleton, Lee, Corcoran, Bray, Wise, Cole (Campbell-Young 66), Maclaren (Diedhiou 46), Joseph, Muir, Uchechi (Nathaniel-George 28).

Subs: Ball, Ibe.

Sent off: Wise 64.

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