MORE than 800 people flocked to see Hereford United Supporters Trust team in a 5-3 defeat against a Worcester City Supporters Trust team at Malvern Town this afternoon.

Tony James, Steve Guinan, Peter Heritage, Matt Clarke, David Titterton, Scott Goodwin, Jamie Edge and player-manager Rob Purdie were among former Hereford United players who wore the white shirts.

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Steve Guinan taking part in the game. Photo: Paul Rogers.


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Peter Heritage (number 9) in action for the Hereford United Supporters Team.

Photo: Paul Rogers.


Former United sports therapist Jonny Evans and kit-man Roger Lloyd, who is now with Westfields, were also involved in the Hereford side and Joel Edwards was the assistant manager.

Former Hereford United director Dave Preedy and former non-executive director Bob Pritchard watched the entertaining affair in the sunshine at Malvern Town.

Hereford fought back from 2-0 down to lead 3-2, thanks to a brace from supporter Eli Drury and  Luke Griffiths' fine strike.

However, City levelled before the break and then scored twice in the second half to seal the win.

Malvern Town have just Tweeted that 812 people watched the match.

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Fans cheer the players off the pitch. Photo: Paul Rogers.


Reporter Ian Morgan interviewed fans and players about the plight of Hereford United Football Club and the Hereford Times will be putting together an online video package from the day.