HEREFORD will be able to play in tomorrow’s FA Cup tie at Lymington after their Covid-19 related isolation was lifted.

A statement on the club’s website said: “We’re pleased to confirm that we have this afternoon received confirmation from the league that the isolation imposed following last weekend’s Covid scare has been lifted.

“The news means that tomorrow’s Emirates FA Cup game against Lymington will go ahead as planned.”

The Bulls had their league game last Saturday at York postponed after a Covid-19 scare.


Despite sending the required documents to the FA they were not given the green light to play at Lymington until Friday afternoon.

Speaking on Friday morning manager Josh Gowling said: