JAMIE Cuss will be looking to take part training matches for Hereford next month as he battles back from injury. The former Westfields player needed an operation to sort out his knee following injury last season. He first sustained it just over a year ago at Romulus before it got worse while playing on loan at Pegasus Juniors in January. "I'm doing everything in training until we do the game situations which are competitive," said Cuss.
HEREFORD manager Pete Beadle conceded that Westfields were the better team for large periods of the game as the Bulls survived a scare to advance to the quarter-finals of the HFA County Challenge Cup. Westfields had a number of chances to score in the first half, including hitting the crossbar through Matt Sysum. Hereford kicked on in the second half and two quick goals from Jamie Bird and Lance Smith put them in control.
HEREFORD manager Pete Beadle will be looking to bring in a new goalkeeper by the end of the week as he looks to beef up his squad. The Bulls boss added to his attacking outlet this week by bringing in Adam Page for a second loan spell, as well as signing former Cardiff City player Jamie Bird. But now he is looking to add to his goalkeeping options, especially as he will be looking to give 18-year-old Max Harris as much senior experience as he can elsewhere.
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