28-year-old winger Jennison Myrie-Williams began his career at Bristol City, and although he made 25 appearances for The Robins, he was also loaned out five times to get minutes under his belt at several clubs, including: Tranmere Rovers, twice at Cheltenham Town, Carlisle United and also Hereford United. Myrie-Williams played fifteen times in his first spell with the Bulls, scoring twice in the 2009/10 season.
The forward then made the move up to Scotland, where he played numerous matches at both Dundee United and St Johnstone before he moved back to England where he signed for League One Stevenage FC, under the management of Graham Westley.
A loan spell at Port Vale ended up turning in to a permanent move as Jennison recorded over 80 games for the Valiants, scoring 17 goals over three seasons in League’s One and Two.
The tricky forward then signed a two year deal with newly promoted League One side Scunthorpe United. After a lack of game time, Williams was sent out on loan to Tranmere Rovers and although he made 18 appearances for the Rovers, the Super White Army were relegated to the National League.
Jennison then moved out to Ireland in a short spell with Sligo Rovers, before being brought in for the second time by Manager Graham Westley, this time to Rodney Parade to play for Newport County AFC.
He played a part in the Welsh club’s League survival on the last day of the 16/17 League Two season before joining Torquay United for a brief spell and finally, Hereford FC.
The former Bristol City trainee with nearly 300 professional matches to his name marked his Hereford FC debut with an explosive finish against Weymouth to signal his arrival at Edgar Street. On 24 March, the forward scored his first Bulls hat-trick during a 5–1 win over Gosport Borough. He finished last season with eight goals in fourteen appearances.