Slough lost their third game in six days despite having led and been
the better team for the first 70 minutes.
After an even, goalless
first half, Matt Seedel broke the deadlock three minutes into the
second after Leigh Mason's corner caused confusion in the visitors
defence and Seedel bundled the ball in the net off the under side of
With just 20 minutes remaining, Slough looked comfortable but
Hendon then equalised after former Slough goalkeeper and now Hendon
manager, Gary McCann took advantage of Slough's tiredness be
introducing two fresh players in Sherry and Burgess. Ross Pickett
shot into the net from a very tight angel.
John Frendo pounced on Mark Burgess's free-kick to give Hendon
the lead and Pickett made the points safe for the visitors on 93
minutes when capitalised on a goalmouth scramble to slam the ball
past Michael Parkin.