HEREFORD chairman Chris Ammonds has sent a rallying call to fans as they head into the final six matches.

The Bulls come into Saturday’s home match against Farsley Celtic just three points outside the play-off positions.

Hereford’s next three matches are against teams in the bottom half before away trips to play-off rivals Scunthorpe United and Warrington Town.

A tough run of fixtures has seen Hereford win just one of their last five including a 2-1 defeat at fourth placed Brackley Town last weekend.

Ammonds has called on fans to back the Bulls until the very end.

He told the club’s website: “It is really important that, as fans, we do not give up on our team now and that we continue to throw our support behind the players until the very last whistle on the very last day of the season.

“This squad has performed brilliantly, representing our club with great credit and giving us all some fabulous memories. They have done us proud and the bond between the terraces and stands and the pitch has definitely been rebuilt.

“However the last few weeks of the season plays out, please try to turn up in large numbers for each and every fixture as football is a very strange game, and anything is still possible – particularly if we continue to support our team in the way we have since day one this season.

“Paul (Caddis) will be asking his players for one last push to see what can be achieved, so I’d like to make my own plea to supporters for one last push too.

“In the end, we may fall short in our quest for a play-off place, but let’s ensure that it’s not through a lack of trying and not because we haven’t done our bit off the field, just as we can be confident the players will be doing all they can on it.”