As part of HUST’s ongoing fundraising drive to assist both the Jamie Cuss Appeal Fund and Hereford Football Club, its new ‘Spot the Ball’ competition is being extended to ALL SUPPORTERS. 

Additionally, special ‘Spot the Ball’ coupons have been produced and these will be made available to fans ahead of the Barnstaple league game at Edgar Street this coming Saturday. 

It costs only £1 to enter ‘Spot the Ball’, and HUST guarantees ALL proceeds from the competition will be donated to the Jamie Cuss “Just Giving” appeal, as HUST endeavours to assist the striker in reaching his £10,000 target in as swift a period of time as possible. 

There are still 10 days left to enter the ‘Spot the Ball’ competition, and it is very easy to enter. All supporters have to do is assess where they think the ball is most likely to be in the photograph, select the relevant grid square and enter via the HUST website, or by completing one of the ‘Spot the Ball’ coupons. Watch out for the HUST table manned by volunteers this weekend, and the band of 50/50 sellers will also be on hand with a coupon or two!

To enter NOW go to

HUST have assembled a wide ranging ‘panel of experts’ for the Spot the Ball competition, with former Bulls’ players Gareth Davies and Tommy Hughes casting their eyes over the first photographs courtesy of the official club photographer Steve Niblett. 

The competition is to be run throughout the year at four-weekly intervals, and ‘Spot the Ball No.1’ is now open to everyone. 50% of each entry fee is distributed as prize money, with roll-overs if the prize is not won. 

‘Spot the Ball No.1’ has a closing date of Saturday 22 April, so why not check out the coupon, or take a look at the photograph via the website link shown below. Entries will cost £1 per selected square, and there is no limit to the number of entries you can make. 

To enter NOW go to

Due to the generosity of Hereford fans the Jamie Cuss “Just Giving” page has recently reached over £6,000 in under a fortnight. So far to date there have been 194 donations, so if you are wanting to help Jamie and haven’t yet done so then you can do so via or at the weekend home game against Barnstaple, please look out for more HUST activities to support this cause. More details to follow. 

HUST would like to thank those supporters who have generously donated to Jamie’s knee operation which further enforces the true community spirit that our club generates.

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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