HEREFORD RFC coach Scott Sturdy is looking for his side to translate their home form into away points.

The Wyesiders completed their home fixtures for the season on Saturday with a 10-10 draw against Stratford upon Avon.

The visitors had beaten Hereford comfortably earlier in the season, but this time out there was nothing between the sides.

“It was a very competitive game against a very good Stratford side," said Sturdy.

"It was a really good level six game of rugby and I compliment both teams on their performances.

"It was difficult to score tries, both defences were very good and neither gave the other space or time.

"All four tries today had to be well worked and were a reflection of the quality of rugby. "We are disappointed not to win our last game at home, but our record at Wyeside has been pretty good.

"We have nine wins, one draw and three losses, we now need to translate that into better performances and more wins away from home.

"We have a difficult run-in to the end of the season with three away games. We look forward to our visit to Sutton Coldfield next week."

Dave Thomas and Richie Preece, who were each making a final appearance in a Hereford shirt, were given a standing ovation by the large crowd.

Stratford took a 20th minute lead some good play in mid-field created a two on one situation and a try was scored in the corner.

The Wyesiders responded and within five minutes had levelled the score.

A catch and drive successfully crossed the goal-line for Lewis Jordan to touch down for the equalising try to make it 5-5 at half-time.

Early in the second half Stratford drove over the whitewash to restore their advantage.

Hereford responded and only minutes later were pressing in the Stratford 22.

A tap penalty taken to the line by Connor Sullivan was laid off and Ewan Duncan forced his way over for the equalising try for a 10-10 draw.