Following Saturday’s win over Weymouth, Peter Beadle, manager of Evo-Stik league South Premier club Hereford FC. has allowed Calvin Dinsley and Garyn Preen to move on to seek more game time elsewhere.
Dinsle, 27, was previously with Evesham United, Redditch United, Kidderminster Harriers and Gloucester City, joining the Bulls in October 2016.
Preen is a 25-year-old Abergavenny native and former Welsh under-19 international who can play anywhere across the front line and midfield and arrived at Edgar Street after winning promotion from the Southern Premier with Hungerford Town during the 2015/16 season.
He started last season with Hungerford in National League South before a loan switch to Evesham.
Beadle told his club`s official website: “Calvin is an important part of our squad when fit but he has struggled to maintain fitness this season. We need him to go out and get his fitness back then we’ll look at him again in pre-season.
“Garyn has acknowledged that, at the moment, he will struggle to get back in the team with everyone fit. We’ve both agreed that he will go out and play elsewhere to rekindle the levels of performance we saw earlier in the season”.