A TEAM of Hereford students are continuing to impress against the best blind football teams in Europe.

The Royal National College for the Blind team - RNC Hereford - are proving to be unstoppable in the European Blind Football League (EBFL). 

Over the Easter weekend, the Hereford students secured impressive victories over both ASDD Roma and Borussia Dortmund during Round 3 of the tournament, which was held on home soil in Hereford.

RNC began the day in style, thrashing Roma 9-0 in the morning fixture. Eesa Amjid was on fire, finding the net an impressive five times.

Azeem Amir also had a stellar performance, bagging a hat trick, while Roy Turnham added another goal to complete the rout.

The afternoon clash against Borussia Dortmund proved to be a different story. In a very competitive and physical game, Turnham rose to the occasion, scoring both goals for RNC Hereford to secure a convincing 2-0 victory.

These decisive wins solidify RNC Hereford's dominance at the top of the table. With a perfect record of six wins from six games, they boast an impressive 28 goals scored and a clean sheet – not a single goal conceded throughout the competition.

Amjid continues to reign supreme as the competition's top goal scorer with a staggering 10 goals, closely followed by team-mate Amir with six goals.

"It was fantastic to have such an enthusiastic crowd supporting the tournament here at thePoint4," said RNC Hereford head coach Adam Bendall.

"The energy from the stands was truly electric, and it really encouraged the players to express themselves and thrive on the pitch.

“This is a special group of players, and they are proving themselves to be a force to be reckoned with in the EBFL."

The team's next challenge comes on April 27, when the competition heads to the home of Cécifoot Charleroi in Belgium.

All eyes will be on RNC Hereford to see if they can maintain their winning streak.

Here, they will face a tough test against Bondy Cécifoot Club, currently sitting second in the league, and Cécifoot Charleroi themselves in third place.