ANDY Williams provided a moment to remember as his injury time goal secured Hereford a 3-2 victory at local rivals Gloucester City.

The Bulls were a goal behind in the Boxing Day fixture before Williams was brought on as a substitute 25 minutes from time.

Despite being in his second game back from injury the former Football League striker headed home the equaliser and then scored then flicked home Yusifu Ceesay’s free-kick for the winner.

It has been a memorable festive week for the Bulls who also overcame Spennymoor Town at home on Saturday 2-1 when Williams again played his part after coming on as a substitute.

“He’s (Williams) not fully fit, absolutely not,” said Hereford boss Paul Caddis. “He’s been out for five or six months, ideally when you’re in a full-time environment you’d get some in-house games, but we don’t have that luxury.

“It’s about bedding him in every game. His experience is there, you can just see and feel it in the supporters.

“He starts dragging people to him, his experience, he knows where to run and he knows how to play. I’m delighted as it takes a big individual character with him being out for so long and back at his home club where everybody loves him.

“That’s why I brought him back to the club to produce moments like that.”