Spitzer opened the scoring, and from then Hendon played mainly in the Brady half. Their second goal came from Gav Noe chasing down a loose back-pass and playing a lovely backheel to Lewis who finished superbly.
Hendon had another chance to score another before half-time after Chaim Korman was brought down after a run that saw him give a Brady centre-back 10 yards and still outpacing and outskilling him before being brought down in the box, but unfortunately Lewis hit the post from the penalty.
Hendon continued to dominate in the second half but were caught out numerous times by the high Brady line and were on the receiving end of several offside decisions.
But their patient approach was rewarded when Simon Peterman brought the ball out of defence, ran past a couple of men before sliding Spitzer in who finished superbly for his second, and then it was left to Chaim Korman to clinch the win with a close-range finish.
Victorious Hendon boss Jordan Sapler told JC Sport: "It was a good win in the end in a game where we dominated possession and scoring chances, on another day we could’ve scored a lot more but I think there was a MGBSFL record for offsides today!"
Sapler picked the positives out of the win, which sees Hendon edge towards the double. He said: "Today was a good result for a number of reasons, it was great to see Josh Bentley, Yehuda Korman and Greg Corin return from injuries and be able to play a significant part of the game which only brings positives for the run-in.
"Brady made it hard for us today and we can see why they’ve picked up some good results in the last couple of weeks.
"It’s a shame that we saw Los Camden default against HMH as that’s now three games they’ve been awarded points from but all we can do is keep concentrating on ourselves and keep winning games.”