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Gray believes lack of clinical finishing is costing Hendon

PUBLISHED: 12:00 17 September 2019

Loan signing Francis Amartey made his debut for Hendon (pic DBeechPhotography)

Loan signing Francis Amartey made his debut for Hendon (pic DBeechPhotography)

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Hendon manager Jimmy Gray believes a lack of clinical finishing is costing his side as they were beaten 3-1 at home by Dorchester Town.

Chris Grace was called into action early on as he saved a penalty from the away side before Matty Harriott gave the Greens the lead on nine minutes with a low drive into the bottom corner from outside the box.

In what was an open game, both keepers were called into action throughout the first half but Hendon went into the break with the lead.

However, the second half proved to be a different story as Jack Hoey helped himself to a magnificent hat-trick to hand Gray's side their second league defeat of the season.

Speaking about the defeat, Gray said: "Our league form has been very inconsistent.

"We have yet to put in a proper 90 minute performance of any sort.

"I feel we have been creating lots of chances without being clinical enough and it has cost us a lot of points."

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