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  • 7) Adam Livingstone finds Koby Arthur who beats his marker then sees his deflected effort fly wide.
  • 28) Rooney sees his effort from outside the box deflected and saved down low by the goalkeeper.
  • 36) The hosts break as Liam Waldock finds the run of Jake Day who sends his effort wide.
  • Alfreton Town 0 Hereford 1
  • 54) Jordan Lyden with a surging run which opens up the defence before playing in Alex Babos who scores from a tight angle.
  • Alfreton Town 1 Hereford 1
  • 63) Aurio Teixeira brings down the Alfreton player resulting in a penalty. Jordan Thewlis slams the ball home sending Pond in the wrong direction.
  • Alfreton Town 2 Hereford 1
  • 72) The hosts have another penalty as a ball down the right results in Dylan Motley-Henry going down.
  • Thewlis steps up again and again sends Pond in the wrong direction.
  • 83) Alex Babos sees his free-kick saved down low by goalkeeper George Willis.
  • Alfreton Town 3 Hereford 1
  • 89) Jake Day looks well off-side but is judged to have beaten the trap running in on goal and scoring
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  • Hereford: Pond, Skinner, Livingstone, Teixeira (Tolley 78), Lyden (Freemantle 85), Ceesay, Babos, Rooney, Arthur (Stanley 70), Cameron, Howkins
  • Subs: Cranston Southern
  • Alfreton: Willis, Lund, Digie, Thewlis, Cantrill, Day, Waldock, Perritt, Brisley, Fewster, Newall
  • Subs: Wiley, Askew, Grewall-Pollard, Taylor, Motley-Henry
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  • HEREFORD FC have made the trip to Alfreton this evening for their National League North fixture.
  • Coming into tonight's match the Bulls sit in 14th with 17 points from their 12 matches.
  • They come into the match in good form with two wins from their last three in the league.
  • In all competitions the Bulls have won six of their last eight matches.
  • The National League North is very congested after 12-13 games with seven points separating Peterborough in 20th and Brackley in fourth.


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