PEGASUS Juniors manager James Edmonds says the link with Hereford FC is beneficial for both clubs.

Anthony Robbins and Carlos Moreira both started against Haughmond in a West Midlands (Regional) League Premier Division match last Saturday.

Tom Gameson has also been with Pegasus for the majority of this season and scored their goal in the 2-1 defeat.

"We get on well with Hereford and speak regularly with Pete [Beadle] in the week," said Edmonds.

"It certainly helps because the squad is always evolving.

"Robbo [Anthony Robbins] is a former player of ours and hopefully it will give them game time when they get a chance at Hereford and help us our as well."

Moreira said it's nice to get some game time at Pegasus.

"Next year may be I am looking to stay with Hereford if Beads [Pete Beadle] wants me," said Moreira.

"He sent me out here [to Pegasus] to get a bit of game time and get used to how physical it is and see how I get on.

"It's tough. for example in the first half it wasn't as hard as the second half, because at 1-1, the game gets a bit rougher.

"I stepped out of the game a bit more because I didn't really want to get hurt, but you grow into the game and get better."

Moreira regularly plays for Hereford's under-18 side, including starring in a 3-0 win against Bromyard.

The match, played at AFC Ludlow's Showtime Stadium, was called off due to a fire in a floodlight.

Hereford were later awarded the win.

"I really enjoy it now Pits [Jamie Pitman] and Joel [Edwards] is with us," said Moreira.

"It's more professional now and it gets better and better.

"We've had some poor results lately, but won the other day [against Bromyard] before it got called off."