A TRIO of Hereford FC players have linked with local teams in order to get more game time.

Brad Williams played for Lads Club in their 4-1 defeat to Bilston Town Community on Wednesday and will once again be part of Danny Moon's squad for tomorrow's FA Vase tie against Stone Old Alleynians.

Harry Franklin will also play in the match, while George Hayes will be part of the Pegasus Juniors team that will host Droitwich Spa, again in the FA Vase.

Goalkeeper Max Harris, meanwhile, played for Lydney Town on Tuesday.

"All of these boys need game time and senior football," said Hereford manager Pete Beadle.

"We want to try and help out these boys and work with the local teams.

"We had a good relationship with Pegasus last season and had a couple of games with Danny's team.

"They have now got two quality players and hopefully they will help them progress in the Vase."

Hereford should have a stronger squad for tomorrow's match at Royston Town than they have had in recent games.

Only Jack Deaman and Lance Smith sat out training last night, meaning that Dan Preston and Calvin Dinsley could be in contention.

Mike Symons and Dara O'Shea will also be available following their suspensions, while Gethin Hill is back after being ineligible for the Godalming match.

Hereford also face Stratford Town on Tuesday and Beadle says it will be nice to have a run of games.

"It's been a little bit unsettled, but we're starting to get everyone back fit," said Beadle.

"It's going to a be tough game tomorrow and another long trip.

"But with the extra reinforcements, there will be competition for places.

"Hopefully now there will be more variation and strength in depth."