Lee Angol scored an injury-time equaliser to earn Hendon a 1-1 draw against Wingate & Finchley on Bank Holiday Monday.
Angol, fellow forward Junior Morias and goalkeeper Charlie Horlock all played 90 minutes, with the latter earning praise from Greens boss Gary McCann.
He said: “This was easily the poorest performance of the past three matches, but we got a point.
“We certainly didn't deserve to win today, and a draw was probably the right result. That said, Charlie Horlock was easily our best player; he had an excellent game in goal.
“It is a positive that we didn't roll over and die after going one goal down - and in a run like ours, many teams would have done that.
“Instead we rolled up our sleeves and, in the end, it was a point gained. The boys have to take credit for that.”
Meanwhile, Jesse Kewley-Graham helped his loan club Havant & Waterlooville achieve four points over the weekend.
The creative midfielder got 180 minutes under his belt as the Hawks saw off Weston Super Mare 2-0 on Saturday before drawing 0-0 with rivals Eastleigh on Monday.