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Hereford: Williams, Knott (Oyibo 48), Roberts, O’Neill, Morrison, Gregory, Ramirez (Mareira 88), Yafai (Gilroy 74), Eubanks, Akinde, Lewars. Subs: O’Reilly, Martinez.
St Neots: Abbey, Spence, Lee, Spring, R Frater, Hoyte, Davies, Ford, Dillon (Nolan 48), Hillard (N Frater 88), Powell. Subs: Greygoose, Ferrari, Ivey-Ward.
Referee: Thomas Harty
Goals: Nolan, 61 min, 0-1; N Frater, 90 min, 0-2.
Yellow cards: Hereford – Akinde, foul, 25 min; Ramirez, foul, 74 min; Morrison, foul, 80 min; St Neots – Dillon, foul, 40 min;
In stoppage time, Oyibi brings down Nathan Frater in the area.
It’s a clear penalty but Williams dives to keep out Davies’ penalty but Frater follows up to drive the rebound into the corner of the net, his first goal for the club.
The attendance has been announced as being 568.
Davies shows some good awareness, spotting Williams off his line and trying a chip, but the keeper gets back to make a comfortable save.
The game is confined to midfield for long spells.
But Ramirez and Morrison both picked up bookings for fouls.
Tommy Agombar is now in the technical area making instructions.
The St Neots fans are making more noise than the Hereford fans, but have only brought about 30.
The visitors take the lead on 61 minutes when Nolan, who has looked lively since his arrival, races on to a through ball from Williams and shoots under Williams.
A foul on Eubanks by Spring on 56 minutes gives Hereford a chance 30 yards out. But Roberts shoots straight into the wall and the opportunity is gone.
There is a white car parked in the Blackfriars End.
St Neots carved open the Hereford defence down the right through Spence on 50 minutes and the ball was worked to Hillard, whose effort struck a defender before the ball was cleared.
St Neots have a goal disallowed. Still 0-0.
The Hereford United fans emerge for the second half. It's 0-0 here at Edgar Street. St Neots have brought about 30 fans.
Hereford hit back with an effort from full-back Roberts which flashes just wide.
The small group of St Neots fans are making themselves heard this afternoon.
There’s a booking for Dillon, rather harsh seemingly, after a tangle with Morrison.
And, with St Neots looking the more likely to break through, Davies shoots over from 15 yards four minutes before the break.
Hereford are now coming under increasing pressure and Hoyte heads over from a Spring corner when he should have hit the target.
Neil Phelps yells out, from the touchline: 'you have got to press'.
Poor control by Eubanks gifts a corner to St Neots but Hillard curls his shot wide.
@HTnewsroom @BullsNewsBlog good to hear, well done to everyone involved from both sides of the debate.— @CathiJoyce27 09 August 2014
RT @HTnewsroom: The police said that the,Hereford United protesters acted as perfect gentleman and women and had no problem with them.— @BullsNewsBlog 09 August 2014
Majority shareholder Tommy Agombar has just shouted out some football advice to Neil Phelps.
Agombar is sat two rows behind Lonsdale and is wearing dark sunglasses.
Hillard missed a great chance on 21 minutes when he headed a cross from the right.
Hereford show some promise in attack and a good run by Bilal Yafai ends with Salvador Ramirez dragging a shot wide from the edge of the area.
Matt Healey has just announced the two team lists will flash up on the electronic scoreboard.
Dillon’s low shot on 13 minutes is saved by the diving Williams.
Chairman Andy Lonsdale is sat in the seats at the front of the main stand.
Team sheets have finally arrived so the press are now able to identify the players:
Hereford: Williams, Knott, Roberts, O’Neill, Morrison, Gregory, Ramirez, Yafai, Eubanks, Akinde, Lewars. Subs Gilroy, Oyibo, Mareira, O’Reilly, Martinez.
St Neots: Abbey, Spence, Lee, Spring, R Frater, Hoyte, Davies, Ford, Dillon, Hillard, Powell. Subs: Nolan, Greygoose, N Frater, Ferrari, Ivey-Ward.
Jack Perks, from the Herefordshire Football Association, is sat in the main stand this afternoon.
About 25 fans from St Neots, including one with a drum, are following their side from the stands.
An early cross from Lewis Hillyard is grasped by goalkeeper Luke Williams.
Shortly afterwards, a neat move involving Hillyard and Marcel Powell down the St Neots left ends with Chris Dillon prodding in a shot which is grasped by goalkeeper Williams at the second attempt.
There looks be fewer than 200 fans in the Meadow End, although a group of about 10 start to chant.
RT @HTnewsroom: John Perkins has flown all the way from New York to protest outside Edgar Street today. http://t.co/Xj08Bh3jtY— @Y3ti 09 August 2014
With half-an-hour to go before kick-off, there are a handful of fans inside the ground.
Outside the ground, there are around 200 fans staging a peaceful protest.