Hereford FC v Lymington Town - FA Cup replay live updates

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  • Hereford FC 0 Lymington Town 0
  • 32) Churchill is sent off Andoh has beaten him for pace about to cut inside the box and Churchill takes him down
  • Hereford FC 1 Lymington Town 0
  • 34) Dan Smith heads home the opening goal for the Bulls from an Owen-Evans corner.
  • Hereford FC 2 Lymington Town 0
  • 55) Harry Pinchard sends his free-kick straight into the top corner. His first goal for the club.
  • Hereford FC 3 Lymington Town 0
  • 73) Ollie Hulbert scores his first goal for Hereford sliding home a well worked Bulls move inside the box after Andoh created the move.
  • Hereford FC 4 Lymington Town 0
  • 76) Maziar Kouhyar makes it four seeing his shot from outside the box fly under Casey who should have done better.
  • The Bulls started brightly and Owen-Evans jinked into the box for Miles Storey to see his effort deflected over.
  • From the resulting corner Dan Smith saw his flicked effort at the goalkeeper.
  • Moments later Storey had the goalkeeper back-pedalling with a cross which Ross Casey managed to palm over from under his own bar.
  • Former Bulls player Craig Stanley came back to haunt his former side on the 23rd minute clearing a Ryan Lloyd header off the visitor's goal-line.
  • Harry Pinchard almost had his first Bulls goal moments later pulling his effort just wide from a corner routine.
  • The visitors' task was made more difficult on the 32nd minute when Luke Churchill received a second yellow card after Levi Andoh skipped away from his marker.
  • Two minutes later the Bulls were ahead with Dan Smith heading home from a Tom Owen-Evans corner.
  • Lymington were hanging on before the break with goalkeeper Casey denying Pinchard and then a last ditch block stopped Owen-Evans' effort.
  • Hereford continued their pressing in the second half and Pollock flicked his volley just over the bar.
  • Pinchard netted his first goal for the club in fine style netting direct from a free-kick on the 55th minute to put his side 2-0 ahead.
  • Lymington looked for a way back into the tie and a host of Bulls' shirts had to block Nathan Hurst's effort.
  • Ryan McLean is struggling for goals of late for Hereford and couldn't have gone closer stabbing wide after fellow substitute Ollie Hulbert held the ball up.
  • However, Bristol Rovers loanee Ollie Hulbert killed the tie after 73 minutes sliding home after Levi Andoh overlapped to create the move.
  • Fellow substitute Maziar Kouhyar made it 4-0 moments later pulling off his man before seeing his effort fly past Casey.
  • Pinchard could have had his second free-kick goal with a minute remaining but this time Casey pulled out a save.
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  • Man of the match: Harry Pinchard
  • Attendance: 778
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  • Hereford: Hall, Hodgkiss, Haines, Owen-Evans (McLean 45), Storey, Andoh, Lloyd, Pollock (Kouhyar 71), Smith (Hulbert 62), Fini, Pinchard
  • Subs: Hancox, Liburd-Hines, Whittingham
  • First starts for Fini and Pinchard
  • So three changes from the side that started against Lymington. Fini is in for Hancox.
  • Pinchard is in for the injured Pearce and Pollock is chosen over Kouhyar.
  • Lymington Town: Casey, Drake, Churchill, Hurst (c), Fuller, Stanley, Thelan, Brookes, Fee, McGrath, House
  • Subs: Bullard, Davies, Sheibatzadeh, Shearer, Man
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  • HEREFORD FC face Lymington Town in their second qualifying round replay.
  • The Bulls drew 2-2 with Lymington on Saturday with Owen Fee and Harry McGrath scoring for the hosts.
  • In response Miles Storey and Tom Owen-Evans scored for the Bulls
  • The winner of tonight's game which could go to extra-time and penalties will face Merstham in the third round qualifying round which will take place on Saturday, October 2.
  • Hereford are likely to be without James Vincent, George Forsyth and Krystian Pearce tonight who are all carrying injuries.
  • Pearce was taken off just 18 minutes into his debut on Saturday as a precaution.
  • Craig Stanley featured in Saturday's game and could feature again for Lymington Town tonight.
  • Stanley was part of the 2005/06 play-off final to take Hereford into the Football League


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