Return to front page

Newest article: Fund our Future plea by johnnybaker26/4 16:10Fri Apr 26 16:10:49 2024view thread

Oldest article: "Hither & Thither"? by alan ainsworth24/11/2013 12:59Sun Nov 24 12:59:08 2013view thread


Next thread: Silver Jubilee Park by Rob Morris14/7/2014 10:28Mon Jul 14 10:28:15 2014view thread

Breaking new ground

By David B (legacy user)11/7/2014 15:28Fri Jul 11 15:28:55 2014

Views: 4684

Tonight's fixture against Erith & Belvedere is, I am fairly sure, Hendon's first ever match wholly indoors. Will we be roofless?

reply to this article | return to the front page

Re: Breaking new ground

By ChrisHFC (legacy user)11/7/2014 20:45Fri Jul 11 20:45:49 2014In response to Breaking new groundTop of thread

Views: 4204

I would agree as far as 11-a-side matches are concerned.

However Hendon took part in the Evening Standard London 5-a-side competition in 1977 at what was then known as Wembley Empire Pool. I can't remember who we played, but from memory we won our first match and lost the second - both close games.

reply to this article | return to the front page


By Jeff Hill (legacy user)11/7/2014 21:43Fri Jul 11 21:43:41 2014In response to Re: Breaking new groundTop of thread

Views: 4178

I thought it was 1972, but could be wrong. I went with my dad. Great days for the Empire Pool. Saw Alice Cooper there in June '72 (Dad didn't go to that).

reply to this article | return to the front page

I knew that

By David B (legacy user)12/7/2014 23:23Sat Jul 12 23:23:07 2014In response to 5-a-sidesTop of thread

Views: 4283

My observation was meant in 11-a-side football. Hendon also played in the Isthmian League five-a-side tournament in the late 1970s. It was really weird sitting on a chair behind an inflated barrier on the 3G pitch surround with a crowd of around 35 (including officials), under what looks like an inflated roof.

reply to this article | return to the front page

Previous thread: David Hogwood by Mallorca Don2/7/2014 22:57Wed Jul 2 22:57:24 2014view thread