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Hendon 0-0 Rebels

Hendon 0-0 Rebels
by Nathan on 09/04/2005

The Rebels fought out a goalless draw at Claremont Road today.

Hendon

 

Slough Town

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Ryman League Premier Division
Claremont Road
Saturday 9th April 2005
3.00pm
The Report
This was the second meeting between the two sides in three days and Slough, having had three straight defeats in their previous three games, weren't feeling all that confident. With our chances of making the play-offs now gone, Slough fielded a weakened team with reserve players Daniel Cann and Leigh Mason given chances to impress.

Hendon looked more threatening of the two teams, and only Ian Hodges header off the line from John Frendo's shot keeping the scores level in the early stages of the game.

Matt Murphy had the next chance of the match, but the headed wide Josias Carbon's cross.

That was about all Slough could muster in terms of threatening Hendon's goal for much of the half until the half-hour mark. Michael Murphy and Josias Carbon both had close range shots blocked

Lust minutes before half time, Leigh Mason had a glorious chance to take the lead for the visitors. His shot from inside the area was only parried away by goalkeeper Dave King, but the rebound went straight off the post and away from the danger area.

2nd half

Slough became more and more threatening as the game went on, restricting Hendon to only a few chances, although Hendon debutant Bradley Bubb almost had the perfect start to his footballing career, just minutes after coming on as a substitute. His fierce shot appeared to take a deflection off a Slough defender as it went narrowly wide of the far corner.

A late substitution for Slough in Matt Miller replacing Dan Cann failed to change the outcome of the game, as the Rebels recorded a seemingly meaningless point and went four games without a win. They still need only one more win to be officially safe from the drop zone going into Tuesday's home game with Staines Town.

The Teams

Hendon

Slough Town

1. Dave King
2. Marvyn Watson
3. James Parker
4. René Street
5. Steve McGrath
6. James Burgess
7. Shayne Demetrious (16)
8. Andy Sherry (17)
9. Ross Pickett
10. John Frendo
11. Eugene Ofori (12)
1. Michael Parkin
2. Josias Carbon
3. Michael Murphy
4. Steve Daly
5. James Saulsbury
6. Ian Hodges (14)
7. Darron Wilkinson
8. Leigh Mason
9. Daniel Cann (12)
10. Matt Murphy
11. Christian Metcalfe
Subs Subs
12. Bradley Bubb
14. Rob Courtnage
15. Richard McDonagh
16. Jason O'Connor
17. Danny Julienne
12. Matt Miller
14. Danny Steer
15. Sam Shepherd
16. Ryan Spencer
17. Veli Hakki
Manager Gary McCann Manager Eddie Denton
Attendance: 243

Match Officials

Referee - Paul Forrester
Assistant referee - Michael Rowley (Green Trim)
Assistant referee - Simon Maynard (Yellow Trim)

RebelsOnline Man of the Match

Darron Wilkinson

Was solid in midfield throughout the game.

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