DEFENDER Patrick Fini has a dual-registration with Hednesford Town and Hereford FC.

The full-back has played for Holland as an under-19 international and made several appearances for the Bulls this season.


Hednesford met Hereford in a pre-season friendly with the Bulls winning 4-1.

Hereford manager Josh Gowling said: “Patrick has gone on a dual registration to Hednesford due to our good relationship with them, it gives them a fantastic player and means that while Patrick is not in the starting 11 he stays match fit and ready for us when we need him over a busy Christmas period.”

Fini told the Hednesford website: "Ive seen what the management team can do.

"Hednesford have been a very tough team, and they were superb when they played Hereford, and played a style of football, most aspire to.

"To have the opportunity to come to Hednesford and join the team, was a opportunity I couldn’t miss.

"A tight defence, and a few extra goals, is all we need now to make a serious push in the league.

"I know the team is capable of it, and I plan to be part of that equation.

"I’ll do everything I can to make the fans proud.”

Meanwhile, Bulls manager Josh Gowling has confirmed that the loan of Mitch Hancox to York City has been extended until January.