Next Game: Tiverton Town Away on Tuesday 24th October at 7.45pm

Friday, November 18, 2016

It's Bridgwater Tomorrow


Hereford FC are back on the road tomorrow with a another trip down the M5 this time to Bridgwater.

Here's the Match Day News from Bridgwater:

Well, here we are on the eve of what is expected to be one of the biggest crowds seen at Fairfax Park for many years, when the mighty Hereford FC and their legions of passionate fans descend on us for a David v Goliath fixture in which we aren't, unfortunately, the ones wearing the biggest trousers.........but I do have it on good authority that Harry H has a lovely slingshot.
In a season that, so far, has had more downs than ups, we hope that our equally passionate and loyal fans plus it's hoped some new ones, some lapsed ones and some generous ones come along and enjoy the whole day and, despite the lowly position we currently find ourselves in, will get behind Craig and the lads with all the vocal support they can muster!
As you would expect, we've laid on plenty of extra food and drink and the gates and bars will be open from midday. Although we have overflow parking in the college, if you don't have to drive it will probably be wise to leave the car at home as it will probably be a busy one especially just before and just after the 3pm kick off.
Whilst we want everyone to have as much fun as possible and help us raise some badly needed funds, we equally want you all to show Bridgwater in a positive light and treat our fellow football fans with the courtesy that you always do and that has won us well deserved respect within non-league circles over many years.
It should be noted that we are indebted this season to all of our match sponsors and tomorrow's are Parade Dental Practice and also RS Cook who has been more than generous in his support over many years for which we are very grateful. We are also equally grateful to Kirk at Clearview Windows for sponsoring the First Team kit this season. Thank you to all
Finally, whilst the weather gods have promised the Chairman that they're going to behave for the next 24 hours, a pitch inspection has been pencilled in for 9.30am tomorrow just to make sure they've lived up to their promise!

Please note there are roadworks on the M5 north of Bridgwater so it might be wise to allow a little bit of extra time.