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ARTHUR LEE

Hendon suffered the most agonising possible end to a great season, losing a promotion playoff final on penalties. On a sweltering afternoon at Dulwich Hamlet’s temporary Tooting home, the hosts came out on top in a shoot-out after a 1–1 draw which was eminently watchable throughout, but, thanks to the weather, not quite the spectacle that might have been provided.

Hendon sealed a third-place finish against the odds on Saturday after Jamie O’Hara’s stoppage time goal for Billericay against Folkestone sealed a point for the champions.

Hendon are close to making their second play-off appearance in four seasons after a comprehensive victory over Merstham at Silver Jubilee Park on Saturday.

Hendon, for the second time in three Saturdays, had to play for an hour with 10 men and, despite the man disadvantage were still the better team in the second half.

Hendon now have their play-off fate in their own hands after a pulsating defeat of Worthing at Silver Jubilee Park on Saturday afternoon.

Hendon held onto their fourth place in the Bostik League Premier Division after coming from behind to earn a point at a rain-sodden Maurice Rebak Stadium on Easter Monday.

Hendon moved into fourth place in the Bostik Premier with a 2–0 victory over Metropolitan Police at Silver Jubilee Park on Easter Saturday.

Hendon, thanks to goals late in each half, moved to within five points of the top of the Bostik League Premier Division with victory over struggling Tooting & Mitcham United on Saturday.

Hendon and Margate may have had the Bostik Premier Division’s two leading goalscorers in Jordan Chiedozie and Niko Muir, but neither could get the better of the opposition defences in a draw at Silver Jubilee Park.

Hendon were denied by a superb rearguard action from Lowestoft Town as the Trawlerboys earned a draw at a draughty Silver Jubilee Park.

Bostik Premier: Hendon 2 (Walker 3, Lee 69) Leiston 1 (Marsden 19)

Hendon were left frustrated and disappointed as they could not break down a stubborn, well-organised rearguard put up by Dorking Wanderers at a cold, wet and windy Silver Jubilee Park on Saturday.

Bostik Premier: Hendon 0 Wingate & Finchley 1

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