ONE of the world's greatest minds enjoyed the champagne lifestyle at a Hereford wine bar. Stephen Hawking, author of A Brief History of Time, popped into Saxtys to enjoy a champagne tasting event – and also sampled the Widemarsh Street bar’s cocktails. As well as having a couple of glasses of the fizzy stuff, the 72-year-old also had a Bloody Mary - a concoction that includes vodka and tomato juice – last Friday night.
EWYAS Harold manager Malcolm Watkins says Tuesday's HFA County Challenge Cup match against Hereford will be the biggest in the club's 121 year history. The villagers have had to get through two penalty shoot-outs to reach the semi-final stage and the winner's will face either Wellington or Hereford Lads Club in the final. "Since the draw has been made the excitement has continued to build locally and we are very much hoping there will be a good gate," said Watkins.
JACK Deaman says he was glad to be back in the Hereford FC squad last night. The Bulls vice-captain has missed out lately, with manager Pete Beadle saying he needed a break. "I've spoken to the manager a couple of times since not being in the squad and we've cleared a few things up in terms of performances and where we want to go," said Deaman. "I've had a little break from the squad and am back in it now. "Promotion is the aim and anything I can to do to help that, I will.
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