CLUBS up and down the country have sent their messages of support to Roman Glass St George after their team bus was involved in a road accident on Friday evening.

Three members of the match day squad are being treated in hospital.

The bus was on the way back to Bristol following their 1-0 Hellenic League Premier - the same league as Worcester City, Worcester Raiders and Pershore Town - win over Longlevens on Friday night when an accident occurred.

A club statement read: "Two stolen vehicles were racing and driving erratically and despite our team bus driver taking evasive action, one of the stolen cars collided with our bus, causing it to overturn.

"Emergency services attended attended the scene and two players; Louis Ward and Shea Manning, along with assistant manager Tony Beecham, sustained injuries that require hospital admission and treatment.

"The families of those taken to hospital have been notified and are now with their loved ones at Southmead.

"Everyone connected with the club are deeply upset and concerned for those involved, whilst thankful none of the injuries are life threatening of life changing.

"Our thoughts and best wishes are with those involved in this unnecessary and unfortunate incident. We wish everyone a speedy recovery and will offer our support in any way possible to all members of the Glass family."

Non-league club's up and down the country have been sending their messages of support to all involved on social media.

City commented: "Awful news, speedy recovery all", whilst captain Adam Mace said: "Wow, horrendous news. Thoughts with all those affected."

Pershore added: "Awful news, we wish all involved a speedy recovery." 

Raiders chairman Steve Harris also sent his message of support; "Awful news to read this morning, wishing everyone a speedy recovery."

"Awful news. Wishing a speedy recovery to those inured, hope everyone is okay," said Malvern Town co-manager Stephen Cleal.