Tuesday, November 01, 2016

Beadle Would Like Supermarine Performance Against Larkhall

Former Hereford Player Joe Tumelty Is Expected To Be In The Larkhall Squad
Last Tuesday evening Hereford travelled to Swindon Supermarine and put on a performance that even had manager Peter Beadle pouring praise on his squad.

This evening, after no game on Saturday, Beadle will be looking for a similar performance against visitors Larkhall.

He will need to make at least one change to his starting eleven as Ryan Green will miss out. He serves his one match suspension after being sent off in the game against Didcot.

Chris Parry Came On As A Sub Against Bishops Cleeve Last August
Chris Parry is expected to take Green's place provided he is fully recovered from his recent injury and therefore partner Jimmy Oates at the heart of defence.

"The lads were fantastic, they adjusted as we changed things around a little bit," said Beadle after the 3-0 victory at Supermarine.

"They adjusted to it and I just thought the tempo from the first minute was fantastic, the way we worked hard to stop them from playing, because they are a good side.They've scored ten goals in their last two games, they are a decent outfit but I thought we completely snuffed them out tonight first half and then at half time the challenge was could we do it again second half and I thought we did.

"It would be nice to put one of those performances in at home when we totally dominate and win the game comfortably and play with that purpose and tempo for the full ninety minutes."

However Larkhall are currently 7th in the table and also didn't have a game last weekend. Last Wednesday they defeated North Leigh 3-1. However they were beaten 5-1 by Evesham in their previous game.

One of their players will be well known to Hereford supporters as Joe Tumelty is expected to be in their starting eleven.

Tickets for the match remain available although some areas of the main stand are sold out. 

Meanwhile supporters driving to the game are reminded that there are road works close to the ground and that the capacity of the Merton Meadow Car Park has been reduced.