Photo Credit: Craig Anthony Photography
It’s an exciting time to be involved with Hereford Pegasus, with the club in the promotion hunt in the Hellenic League Premier Division, but also revealing plans for a brand new pitch side hospitality room, kitchen and toilets at the KGD Stadium.
The club has submitted a planning application that details plans for the ‘proposed demolition of existing building and erection of pitch side toilets, kitchen and coaching/hospitality room above together with disabled lift’ to Herefordshire Council.
The plans would dramatically enhance the facilities at Hereford Pegasus and put the club in a much stronger position, should they gain promotion to the Southern League.
The upgrade would arguably leave the club with the second best facilities in the city, after Hereford FC.
You can view the planning application in full by visiting the Herefordshire Council planning application page on the website, and searching for planning application reference number – P233486/F
Match Report – Mangotsfield United 2-2 Hereford Pegasus
Pegasus travelled to Mangotsfield for a Premier Division fixture in the uhlsport Hellenic League following a narrow home victory in October.
The pitch appeared to be in fine fettle after the recent rain however, it was extremely difficult under foot with players from both teams struggling to keep their balance on the slippery surface.
Pegasus opened the scoring as Jordan Williamson beat his marker before crossing the ball from the goal line to the near post.
Nathan Chowns-Higgs beat central defender Jacob Spence to steer the ball into the net past keeper Dominic Oakes.
Sixteen minutes later Kyrese Morrison pulled his shot wide of the post surprisingly, the referee awarded a penalty kick, claiming Lewis Fletcher impeded the striker as he shot. Jayden Crosbie scored from the penalty kick.
In stoppage time of the first period Williamson cut inside forcing a good save from Oakes.
In the sixty eighth minute Mangotsfield gained the lead, Jack Nunn shot from the edge of the penalty area, this took a deflection wrong footing Matt Gwynne.
Williamson levelled for the visitors when his free kick beat Oakes at the near post.
With the final whistle imminent, the visitors survived when Gwynne brilliantly saved a strong shot from Crosbie, the rebound was blocked by Frank Pemberton onto the crossbar.
This extended Pegasus league unbeaten run to eight games.
On Saturday, 23rd December, Pegasus return to the KGD Stadium when they entertain Roman Glass St George.