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HENDON FC   Saturday 11th July 2015   NORTHWOOD FC
   

Pre-season friendly

   
  Hendon 4  Northwood 1  
   

Scorers:
DaCosta 3, Morgan

Scorer:
Holland

   
Team line-up  
  Team line-up
1 Melvin Minter     1 Adam Lawrence
2 Dave Diedhiou     2 Omar Vassell
4 Courtney Harris     3 Sam Whiting
5 Elliott Brathwaite     4 Mark Burgess
6 Mark Kirby     5 Steve Brown
9 Leon Smith     6 Alex Haynes
10 Jake Cass     8 Perry Dicker¬†
11 Mahrez Bettache     10 Dave Lawrence
13 Melvin N'Somi     11 Max Holland
17 Sam Murphy     14 Rob Hastings
18 Lee O'Leary     17 Liam Baker
Substitutes     Substitutes
12 Tony Taggart     4 Louis Stead
14 Denis Meta     7 James Burgess
15 Sam Flegg     8 George Nicholas
19 Jamie Busby     12 Michael Murray
20 Scott Shulton     16 Andy Caton
21 Andre Da Costa     17 Andy Lomas
22 Aaron Morgan     19 Nick Turner
23 Oliver Sprague        
24 Freddy Champion        
25 Kezie Ibe        
           
      Report by ALAN EVANS    Photos by JAMES BROWN      
     

 

   

 

This was a tough fixture against Hendon, who narrowly missed promotion to Conference South at the end of last season. It was played on the 3G pitch at Silver Jubilee Park, former home of Kingsbury Town FC and the ground where Hendon hope to be playing permanently from 2016/17.

Woods' squad of players was missing last season’s Player of the Year Berkley Laurencin, who picked up a foot injury playing five-a-side and covering the goalkeeping position remains a major headache for Manager Mark Burgess. Youth team keeper Kamal Foster had played in the first game but this one saw triallist Adam Lawrence between the sticks.

Northwood edged the first half and should have been ahead with Dave Lawrence, Rob Hastings and newcomer Max Holland all being denied by the Hendon keeper. In the second period, the Woods did take the lead when a great move involving new signing Louis Stead and Rob Hastings allowed Holland to steer the ball home at the far post. But the lead only lasted a minute and Northwood fell away a little to eventually be beaten 4-1, Andre Da Costa hitting a hat-trick and Aaron Morgan also scoring.