Hendon’s Southern League Premier South resurgence continued on Saturday with their first away win of the season – a 3-0 success at Metropolitan Police.

Joe White and Eddie Oshodi put the Greens into a 2-0 lead at the break, and White notched again after the break to add some gloss to the scoreline.

It took just eight minutes for Hendon to break the deadlock as a long goal kick from Barnet loanee Rihards Matrevics went all the way through to White who got between the defenders and knocked the ball past Rhys Forster.

The lead was doubled before the break when a good move down the right resulted in a corner. Tom Smith met the delivery and Oshodi managed to flick it on and beyond the keeper.

Hendon will have been happy with their first-half work but things got even better at the start of the second when Liam Brooks nodded down Shaun Lucien’s delivery and White steered home to wrap things up.

The results sees Hendon rise two places to 17th in the table, seven points clear of the bottom two. That gap could have increased on Tuesday night, but their game away at Hartley Wintney was postponed due to a waterlogged pitch, meaning their next game is now at home to Gosport this Saturday.

Meanwhile, the club have also confirmed that the loan deal for Andronicus Georgiou from League Two side Stevenage has been extended until the end of the season.

Georgiou will be able to feature in the remaining league games as well as in the London Senior Cup.