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  • 7) A Spenny free-kick is chested down to Robert Ramshaw who steers his volley just wide of the post.
  • 11) Curtis Pond is forced back into action this time deny Will Harris' effort at goal.
  • Spennymoor Town 1 Hereford FC 0
  • 28) A Danny Greenfield corner is met by Ben Pollock at the back post who heads down to Josh Popoola who scores.
  • 33) Kian Ryley with a curling effort from outside the box which just flies over the crossbar with the keeper beaten.
  • 39) Adam Livingstone forces goalkeeper Montgomery into action with a long range effort.
  • 65) Adam Livingstone's through ball finds Adam Rooney who takes a touch before forcing goalkeeper Montgomery into a smart save.
  • 79) Curtis Pond makes a double save to keep Hereford in the match. Firstly the shot stopper denies Sam Fielding and then Will Harris' rebound,
  • 83) A well worked move results in Lassana Mendes rattles the crossbar with a curled effort from the edge of the box.
  • Spennymoor Town 2 Hereford FC 0
  • 88) The Bulls caught out with threaded ball from Glen Taylor through to Will Harris who runs in on goal and beats Pond
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  • Attendance: 1,210
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  • Hereford: Pond, Skinner, Livingstone (Mendes 77), Teixeira, Downing, Babos, Ryley (Stanley 70), Singh (Arthur 66), Southern, Rooney, Cameron
  • Subs: Cranston, Hewlett
  • Spennymoor Town: Montgomery, Popoola, Staunton, Ross, Mbeka, Harris, Taylor, Ramshaw, Pollock, Greenfield, Doherty
  • Subs: Curtis, Fielding, Ferguson, Gallacher, McKeown
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  • HEREFORD FC will be looking for back-to-back league wins at Spennymoor Town this afternoon.
  • A victory at Chester ended a run of four league defeats on the bounce for Hereford.
  • The Bulls have picked up 10 points from their opening eight matches but remain light up front without Jason Cowley and Andy Williams.
  • Spennymoor have picked up 14 points from their opening league games.
  • However, the hosts are without a win in three matches.


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