The book of Harrow Borough FA Trophy disasters is already a long one, but it had another significant chapter added to it on a bitingly cold and wet afternoon in Bedfordshire.
Hendon maintained their excellent start to life in the Southern League coming away from their latest lengthy away-day, this time to Dorchester, with three points.
With £6,000 on the line, Harrow put in their worst performance of the season as they weakly exited the FA Cup at the first hurdle.
Harrow claimed a 91st-minute equaliser to earn a share of the Southern League spoils with Salisbury, a week after being stunned by a last-gasp Tiverton Town goal at The Roger Family Stadium.
Hendon maintained their unbeaten start to life in their new surroundings by returning from their second trip to Somerset in the space of a fortnight with another valuable point under their belts.
Hendon were grateful for a late penalty from Dylan Kearney to secure a draw in this competitive but disappointingly stop-start friendly against Royston Town.
Hendon began the James Gray era with a comprehensive demolition of SJP neighbours Edgware Town in Thursday’s pre-season friendly.
One of the few away games Tom Loizou’s side will play this summer will be at Southern League Premier South outfit Hendon
Stones of National League South welcome Southern Premier side Bulls on Saturday
Greens return to league action when they host Fleet this wekeend
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