Newly promoted Hereford have completed the signing of midfielder Jennison Myrie-Williams as Peter Beadle’s side prepare for life in the National League North.
Myrie-Williams began his career with Bristol City before he moved north of the border to represent the likes of Dundee United and St Johnstone.
The 30-year-old spent the latter part of last season on loan at Edgar Street, where he found the net eight times in 14 appearances to help the Bulls race to the Evo-Stik Southern Premier title.
Speaking to Hereford’s club’s official website, Beadle said, “I’m delighted that Jennison has agreed to stay here for the coming season. He’s been away on holiday for the last few weeks, so we’ve only just been able to sit down with him, but he’s really keen to stay with us.
“He had a difficult season last term, not getting as much game time as he would have wanted at Torquay, but he came here for the second half of the season and he did well.”
In other news, Hereford have have also brought in midfielder Callum Sainty from Welsh Premier League side Barry Town.
The 22-year-old featured 30 times for Town as they finished the season in seventh position.
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