Saturday 4 September 2021
National League North
Moors make their longest trip of the season this weekend looking to bounce back from a disappointing Bank Holiday weekend.
Defeats against Leamington and York City in the space of three days has halted the early season momentum created with wins in the opening two games.
Despite creating multiple chances in both fixtures, Tommy Miller was left frustrated as Spennymoor dropped to 10th in the National League North rankings.
Hereford represent the next challenge, with The Bulls, led by former player Josh Gowling, currently sitting 19th after collecting two points from a possible twelve in August.
A goalless draw at AFC Telford United on Monday followed a heavy 4-1 home loss to AFC Fylde. The Bulls have lost both of their games at Edgar Street this season after a 1-0 reverse against Farsley Celtic on the opening day.
The two sides last faced off at Edgar Street in 2019/20’s curtain raiser, with second half goals from Glen Taylor and Andrew Johnson sealing a 2-2 draw.
You can listen to all the action from the Your Co-op Community Stadium on Durham OnAir from 2.50pm on Saturday with Adam Hassell.
Download the station’s app to listen to Durham OnAir wherever you are in the country. Using the app, you can also listen in your car through your cars phone connection system.
Go to your Apple App Store or the Google Play Store and search for “Durham OnAir”, or click below.
how to follow the game
- In-game updates on our Twitter page @SpennymoorTown
- Full match report on our website and social channels
- Post match reaction on Moors TV
- Highlights on Moors TV Sunday midnight
You can purchase tickets in advance on Hereford’s website, or alternatively, you can pay on the gate upon arrival.
U21 Student: £9
Under 16: £2
The Supporters coach will be leaving from Durham Road at 8am.
The coach still has spaces remaining. Please contact The Neil Adams Sports Bar to book.
The coach will leave Edgar Street at 5.30pm.
how to get there
Postcode for Sat Nav purposes: HR4 9JU
Nearest railway station: Hereford
Parking in close proximity to the ground can be limited on a matchday, but there are plenty of car parks within a 10-15minute walk of the ground. Click here for our guide to parking at Edgar Street.
Hereford ask everyone visiting Edgar Street to park considerately, and to avoid parking in residential areas where possible.
If you do have to park in residential parking, please abide by any car parking enforcements, and be considerate to our neighbours.
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