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By eddieedd (legacy user)2/11/2014 16:48Sun Nov 2 16:48:24 2014

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Seemed a tough game certainly until Hendon got themselves front in the second half. The Bury keeper looked a little out of his depth although the three goals were all well taken. Thought Lee O'Leary's goal just showed how simple things can look when a perfect cross is met by a perfectly executed header. Hope the later injury was not too serious, as to me it looked as though Leo was getting close to his very best again . Good Hendon turnout which the players showed they clearly appreciated at the end of the game.

Not sure what to wish for in the next round, except for a win.

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