New Year: Bulls v Reds

We look ahead to the New Year’s Day game at Hereford….

Ollie Shenton nets against Hereford on Boxing Day. Pic (c) Ade Hoskins

HARRIERS kick off 2020 with a derby against Hereford at Edgar Street.

The Reds triumphed 3-1 in the game between the two sides at Aggborough on Boxing day [WATCH], while both teams followed the game with a defeat on Saturday.

Kick-off on New Year’s Day  is at 3pm, and Ed Williams has been previewing the game on our YouTube channel. Here’s what he had to say.

Jimmy Shan will check on the fitness of Ollie Shenton after he was forced off during the defeat to Brackley. Declan Weeks is still being monitored after continuing to shake off a toe problem.

Harriers fans are reminded that while they can pay for admission on the day of the game, sales in person are by card only. Full details are as follows:

Admission prices:

Adults: £16.00
Concessions: £14.00
16-18: £8.00
U16: £2.00

Adults: £14.00
Concessions: £12.00
16-18: £7.00
U16: £2.00

There are no cash turnstiles at Edgar Street, all tickets much either be purchased online in advance, or by card ahead of kick off from Hereford’s ticket office. Tickets can be brought in advance via, please select the ‘Away Supporters Seating’ or ‘Away Supporters Terrace’ option to ensure that you’re in the right place. Choose the e-ticket option to get your tickets emailed directly to you, you can then choose to either print-at-home or show your tickets on your mobile device at the turnstile. Prefer to receive a printed ticket? Select the collection option to collect your ticket at the Matchday Ticket Office.

Again, NO CASH will be accepted at Edgar Street – please make your arrangements beforehand.

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