HEREFORD have re-signed experienced goalkeeper Brandon Hall for the coming season.

The 28-year-old signed for Hereford from Kidderminster Harriers in 2019 and has been a regular starter over the last two shortened seasons.

Hall made 12 appearances for Hereford last season, keeping seven clean sheets, and ending up on the winning side on nine occasions.

Hall had been left out of the side in the early part of last season but after coming back into the side was influential in the Bulls reaching the FA Trophy final.

Speaking about the new deal, Hereford manager Josh Gowling said: “I’m delighted that Brandon is staying with us next season.

"Since coming back into the team he has been tremendous and was a big part in our success last term.

“He is an excellent professional and really wants to kick on this season with the team.

"He is a really important player for us and I’m delighted that he has agreed a new deal."

Earlier this month Gowling said that other clubs had approached Hall looking to sign the goalkeeper for the forthcoming campaign.

Hall joins Mitch Hancox, Tom Owen-Evans, Luke Haines, Jared Hodgkiss and Ryan Lloyd in having agreed deals for next season