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Posted Friday, April 20th 2018

Loan Watch: Pring promoted; Engvall scores

Cameron Pring has helped Hereford FC clinch promotion from the Southern Premier Division with three games to spare.

The young full back has featured 27 times for the phoenix club, which formed following the demise of Hereford United in December 2014.

Managed by former City striker Peter Beadle, Hereford FC has now secured three successive promotions and will compete in the National League North or South next season, just two divisions away from the EFL.

Pring was involved as Hereford beat Biggleswade Town 1-0 on Tuesday to clinch the title.

Meanwhile, Gustav Engvall has scored for the first time since rejoining Gothenburg on loan.

Making his first start, the City striker netted the only goal of the game against Dalkurd on the stroke of half-time to claim all three points in the Allsvenskan.

Last month Engvall agreed a loan switch back to his former club, having previously spent two separate spells with Djurgardens.

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