Speaking to the local media after this afternoon's match Hereford manager Peter Beadle wasn't happy with his side's second half performance and felt Evesham were unlucky not to get something from the game.
Ryan Green wasn't in the squad.
"He tweaked his thigh at Cleeve and he wasn't quite right so we brought Clayton in."
The Evesham goal?
"I'm not going to point figures at individuals but collectively he skipped past three or four. John was the first one on the half-way line. I said to John I know it's not his strong point tackling but sometimes you have got to put yourself in the firing line for the team. Even if he gives a foul on the half-way line, we can defend that.
"Macca dives in then Clayton dives in. A lovely finish, a fantastic goal but too easy, way too easy.
"We were a push-over second half but I've just said to them it won't happen again, not like that. It was really disappointing.
"I'm really pleased we got the three points but second half wasn't good enough and on another day we wouldn't have got the three points. It would have been a point or may be not even any. They certainly deserved something from the game.
"There are one or two players who need to add things to their game. Even people like Clayton and Mark Preece who have played in the Football League. They still need to add things to their game. We'll work on it and hopefully try and improve."