Hertford Team Activity Highlights on Social Media

SUB: Brandy Makuendi replaced Luke Theo Gymer (27') #IsthmianLeague

Faversham vs Hertford || FA Trophy live stream 📺Click Here Link HD TV➡️️

GOAL: FAVERSHAM TOWN 1-1 Hertford Town - Matt Bourne (14') #IsthmianLeague

GOAL: FAVERSHAM TOWN 1-1 Hertford Town - Matt Bourne (14') #IsthmianLeague

GOAL: Faversham Town 0-1 HERTFORD TOWN - Samuel Faniyan (8') #IsthmianLeague

GOAL: Faversham Town 0-1 HERTFORD TOWN - Samuel Faniyan (8') #IsthmianLeague

Faversham Town vs Hertford Town Soccer [HD] Online Stream - England - FA Trophy

Faversham Town vs Hertford Town Soccer [HD] Online Stream - England - FA Trophy

KICK-OFF: Faversham Town v Hertford Town #IsthmianLeague

Faversham Town vs Hertford Town Soccer [HD] Live Streaming - England - FA Trophy

Faversham Town vs Hertford Town Soccer [HD] Live Streaming - England - FA Trophy


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