League news: Bulls move confirmed

Harriers and Hereford will meet in the league after the FA confirm divisional structure…

Josh O'Keefe of Hereford and Harriers' Joe Lolley in a past derby at Aggborough

Harriers will be able to renew acquaintances with rivals Hereford after the FA confirmed the Bulls will be part of the 2018/19 National League North.

Hereford have continued their red-hot streak since reformation, once again wrapping up promotion last term by romping to the EvoStik South Premier Division title, amassing a massive 113 points in the process – more than a dozen clear of second-placed King’s Lynn Town.

Now they’ll be locking horns with forces from Step 2 of the National League system – fellow new-boys Chester and Guiseley, along with Harriers of course!

Next season’s ‘North’ line-up will be completed with either Brackley or Harrogate Town – whomever loses this weekend’s play-off final, with Altrincham and Ashton United also in our division.

The FA’s National League System Club Allocations are subject to appeal, but here’s how they look so far at Step 2.

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