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U18s last night

By Paul Butler (buts1690)22/10/2015 11:18Thu Oct 22 11:18:02 2015

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Very impressed with the Under 18s last night, 5-0 up at HT and could have been double that, always helpful when it's against that mob from Ruislip as well. Ended up 6-1, superb first half.

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By StAlbansDon22/10/2015 12:21Thu Oct 22 12:21:53 2015In response to U18s last nightTop of thread

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Thank you for your support last night Paul it is much appreciated by all the young greenarmy.

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By SteveHFC22/10/2015 17:17Thu Oct 22 17:17:41 2015In response to Re: U18s last nightTop of thread

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I was also able to be there last night - and has Paul said, the first half particularly was excellemt. Probably one of the best halves of football I've seen a Hendon side play. The chances were there to have gone in at half-time 10 goals up, not just 5.

If you are able to get there to see them play, please do. Admission is just £3, and the bar is open. Fixtures can be found on the Youth tab up top.

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Re: U18s last night

By Jake HendonLoyal24/10/2015 17:06Sat Oct 24 17:06:17 2015In response to Re: U18s last nightTop of thread

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My first hendon game of the season and must say glad Paul nagged me into it
Thought it was a thoroughly enjoyable evening of football.
The lads weren't afraid to try a bit of one touch and it was very free flowing and attacking. Very impressed with these potential future starters
I'll certainly pop round more often if there are home games when I'm working a late shift

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