One Hereford-born footballers was preparing for his own European adventure.

Defender Joel Edwards featured for Cardiff Met as they took part in the qualifying rounds of the Europa League.

As the cricket season heated up, eight wickets for Dan Conway helped Herefordshire to a 32-run victory over Devon.

Conway took four wickets in each innings with the ball, while Shameer Ahmed contributed with figures of 82 and 35 with the bat.

Ryan Green said farewell to a career with Hereford after playing 397 between the old and phoenix clubs.

Green moved across the city and signed for Westfields.


Croft Ambrey Running Club got the month underway by clinching overall victory in the Herefordshire Summer Cross Country League.

Jonny Pugh and Claire Thomas were individual winners of the series.

A county darts player was preparing to represent Wales at the Junior World Darts Championship.

Nathan Hanrahan, from Peterchurch, had only taken up the sport one-and-a-half years earlier.

Hereford FC were looking for a new manager or head coach after they sacked Marc Richards just three games into the season.

Tim Harris was appointed interim manager and got his side off to the perfect start with a 1-0 win over AFC Telford United.


Two Herefordshire sisters book their spot at next summer's Olympics.

Mathilda Hodgkins Byrne and Charlotte Hodgkins Byrne were part of a team of four

who took second place for Great Britain

in the women’s quadruple sculls (Repechage) at the World Rowing Championships in Austria to book their spot.

Wormelow Cricket Club were celebrating their first league title on return to the GB Liners Marches League.

A victory on the final day of the season against Builth Wells secured the crown.

A Hereford teenager was preparing to embark on a football scholarship with Birmingham City.

Jordan James, aged 15, earned the scholarship after progressing through the club's academy system.