Pirates eye Parry
By James Evans
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
It is believed that the struggling Pirates have made tentative enquiries over the services of Parry, who is currently under contract with the Edgar Street outfit.
The Bulls are in no immediate financial danger, and would only consider an offer in excess of £50,000 for the man who has appeared in 24 of the club's 26 league matches this season, scoring 7 goals.
Cash-strapped Rovers may struggle to come up with that sort of money at short notice, despite being desperate for new blood as they aim to edge away from the relegation dogfight at the bottom of the Division Three table.
Hereford United chief Graham Turner talked down the speculation by saying: "I know they have been at our games, but on Saturday, Gravesend thought they were looking at one of their players.
"I wouldn't want Paul to leave but I have always said I would never stand in his way."
Parry scored twice in Hereford's 3-0 Conference win against Gravesend & Northfleet.
Meanwhile, fellow Conference side Stevenage Borough are looking to aid their battle against the drop by making a move for Oxford United defender Sam Ricketts.
The 21-year-old is currently on loan at Conference rivals Nuneaton Borough but would be available on a free transfer, and would add good weight to a Stevenage back-line which has conceded 37 goals in 26 league matches this season.