Glovers down dreary Bulls

Yeovil booked their place in the second round of the FA Cup with a 3-0 victory over rivals Hereford at Edgar Road.

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A 26th-minute strike from Edward Upon set up their victory when he drilled a low shot past Bulls goalkeeper David Cornell.

Andy Williams swept home Yeovil's second 13 minutes into the second half with a sparkling 20-yard effort.

Dominic Blizzard made sure of victory by producing a blistering drive in the 72nd minute.

Nathan Elder spurned a host of chances for Hereford in the first half.

The Bulls frontman was withdrawn as part of a double substitution at the interval, but replacements Delroy Facey and Yoann Arquin endured similar frustrations.

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