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Lymington Town 2 Hereford FC 2 minute by minute updates and scores


Lymington Town FC v Hereford FC - FA Cup live updates

By Ben Goddard

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  • Lymington Town 1 Hereford FC 0
  • 5) Owen Fee controls the ball running past the defence before firing in off the post.
  • Lymington Town 1 Hereford FC 1
  • 22) Myles Storey slides the ball home after a throw is played to Lloyd who pulls the ball to Storey who slides home
  • Lymington Town 1 Hereford FC 2
  • 23) Straight from kick-off Storey breaks and slides it in for Owen-Evans who slides home the second goal
  • Lymington Town 2 Hereford FC 2
  • 66) Haines gets caught on the ball rushes it to Pollock and Harry McGrath takes advantage finding the bottom corner.
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  • Lymington sent the Bulls a warning sign on four minutes with defender Tim Stephenson turning inside the box before rifling his effort just wide.
  • Moments later young striker Owen Fee ran clear onto a through ball before tucking his effort under the goalkeeper.
  • Bulls debutant and former Macclesfield Town defender Krystian Pearce lasted just 18 minutes after picking up an earlier knock he was taken off.
  • The Bulls turned their fortunes around with two goals in the space of 60 seconds.
  • Firstly on the 22nd minute Myles Storey put the Bulls level after a decent move saw Ryan Lloyd find the forward unmarked in the box.
  • Straight from the kick-off Storey ran at the Lymington defence before finding Tom Owen-Evans who put the visitors ahead.
  • Storey was causing Lymington a host of problems and could have put the visitors out of sight on 35 minutes but flashed his effort wide.
  • Ross Casey in the Lymington goal was being kept busy before the break making a string of saves with his best coming down low to deny Mitch Hancox's effort.
  • Early in the second half Lymington goalkeeper Casey was forced back into action this time denying an effort by Maziar Kouhyar.
  • The Bulls were guilty of being too casual in the second half and the hosts took advantage of a defensive mistake.
  • Luke Haines got caught on the ball rushing it to Ben Pollock who slipped and Harry McGrath took advantage finding the bottom corner.
  • With 15 minutes left on the clock Lymington had two opportunities to go ahead.
  • Firstly McGrath sent a powerful effort low towards goal which was picked out the bottom corner by goalkeeper Brandon Hall
  • Moments later Nathan Hurst sent a header just wide of the mark from a corner.
  • With four minutes left on the clock midfielder Ryan McLean had the chance to win it for Hereford cutting inside the box before sending his effort wide.
  • Hereford debutant Ollie Hulbert was almost the hero flicking his header from a Luke Haines throw-in towards goal only for Casey to save.
  • Hereford: Hall, Hodgkiss, Hancox, Haines, Pearce (Pollock 18), Owen-Evans, Storey, Andoh, Lloyd, Kouhyar (McLean 63), Smith (Hulbert 75)
  • Subs: Liburd-Haines, Fini, Pinchard, Whittingham
  • Lymington Town: Casey, Fuller, Churchill, Hurst, Stephenson, Stanley, Thelen (House 78), McAllister (Jones 45) , Saterley ( Bullard 35), Fee, McGrath
  • Subs: Davies, Shebazadeth, Brookes
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  • HEREFORD FC travel to Hampshire to face Lymington Town in the second round qualifying of the FA Cup today.
  • The Bulls are without a league victory in five games and head to the non-league step four side having been in a period of Covid-19 enforced isolation after a scare last week within their camp.
  • Hereford have three players who are all available to make their Hereford debut today.
  • Experienced defender Krystian Pearce has had his signing confirmed by the FA and could make his first start.
  • Meanwhile, young defender Levi Andoh has joined on loan along with striker Ollie Hulbert.
  • Hereford have lost three and drawn two of their opening five league games
  • Lymington have already won three games in the FA Cup to get this far.
  • Their league form has been more mixed with three defeats, one draw and one win