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RYMAN LEAGUE PREMIER DIVISION

A second-half comeback could yet prove the salvation of Hendon after they stormed to a 2-1 win at Folkestone Invicta.

A late and disputed winner for Tonbridge Angels gave them a 2-1 win over Hendon - and left Greens' boss Gary McCann devastated.

The chase for a play-off place and the battle to avoid the drop are still all very much to play for as we head into the final few games of the season.

Hendon's battle to beat the drop from the Ryman League Premier Division took a huge step forward with a highly-impressive 4-0 win over relegation rivals AFC Sudbury.

Hendon kept themselves firmly in the fight to avoid relegation with an impressive 2-1 win at home to play-off chasing Needham Market.

Hendon manager Gary McCann pulled no punches after seeing his side surrender a two-goal lead to Leatherhead, eventually losing 3-2.

Six precious points have given Hendon a vital lifeline in their battle to avoid the drop from the Ryman League Premier Division.

Wingate & Finchley's push for the Ryman League Premier Division play-offs continued with a 3-1 win over north London neighbours Harrow Borough.

Hendon manager Gary McCann is staying positive despite two disappointments in the week.

Harrow Borough supporters will have left Earlsmead with moods as grey as the weather after a 3-1 defeat to bottom side Grays Athletic.

Wingate & Finchley moved to within one point of the Ryman League Premier Division play-offs with a superb 3-2 fightback win over Burgess Hill Town.

Hendon manager Gary McCann was struggling to take the positives from their home draw with Lowestoft Town - despite the result meaning they made it three games without a defeat.

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