Hereford’s influx of new talent brings with them some impressive CV’s.   Welcome to battle-scarred Reece Styche and Martin Riley, plus Brandon Hall, Jason Pope, Jacob Jagger Cole in their prime years, not overlooking the exciting potential of Alex Bray and Rhys Davies.

Simon Wright has been looking at the revamped Hereford squad by the numbers…


number of appearances collectively made at Step 2 and above by our arrivals. Average per player is 128. Our new recruits are street wise.



of our additions have international caps. (Styche has played for England C and Gibraltar).



years collectively spent as full- time professionals.  Only young Rhys Davies who was on scholarship doesn’t(yet) have a background as a full-time pro.  Once tasted, they want more. Our younger new arrivals already shared  their eagerness to return to the no-external job ranks.



Collective total of former clubs for the eight who are going to generate.  Their knowledge of people, places and playing styles are immense, none more so than Reece Styche who has more former clubs than a professional golfer.



New six-footers in our ranks – Hall, Styche and Riley. Size matters at this level.



Number of Hereford players who previously played for Weston. The New Gloucester!  In addition to Jagger Cole, Bray and Pope, Danny Greenslade and Eliot Richards also served the Super Muds ( assuming they can return to our squad after their operations).  We wish them well.

By Editor

Lifelong Hereford supporter who has endured the rise and fall of the club through progressive generations. Sports journalist, broadcaster and commentator who will never forget his Edgar Street roots.

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