BOTH Hereford FC and Didcot Town have issued a statement after crowd trouble saw their game at abandoned.

The Southern League Division One South & West match was brought to an end shorltly before full time - with the Bulls leading 2-1.

"Hereford FC is deeply concerned by events that unfolded at Didcot today, which led to the referee abandoning the fixture close to the end," reads the Hereford statement.

"It goes without saying that Hereford FC does not condone unlawful behaviour of any sort and club officials will be working very closely with the local police, Didcot Town, the stewards who were in attendance, the FA and the Southern League to establish the relevant facts, secure all available evidence and conduct a thorough investigation.

"Whilst the investigation is ongoing, we will not be making any further comment on today's events."

The Didcot statement reads: ""Didcot Town FC are very disappointed that violence resulted in the game versus Hereford FC being abandoned this afternoon.

"Didcot Town FC will continue to work closely with all relevant authorities, Hereford FC and other concerned parties to assist in all forthcoming enquiries.

"We will not be making any more comment at this stage."

Shortly after Mike Symons scored to put Hereford 2-1 up, some supporters ran on to the pitch and one fan allegedly goaded Didcot goalkeeper Leigh Bedwell.

It is understood that the supporter was ejected from the ground and shortly afterwards, players and fans were involved in scuffles.

The Bulls have already been under investigation by the Football Association this season due to incidents involving their supporters.

On the pitch, a John Mills penalty brought the scores level after George Reid's free-kick opened the scoring for Didcot.

Both teams also finished with 10 men - Ryan Green for Hereford - while Bulls manager Pete Beadle was also dismissed.

It is understood that the match will now have to be replayed.

Updates from the game can be found here.

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