Dummett the top dog at awards ceremony

Marc Dummett in action against Consett at home (Photo by Chris Chambers: CJC Photo) By Andrew McDonnell Marc Dummett picked up two awards at the annual Bedlington Terriers presentation awards ceremony at Welfare Park. The 28-year-old took home the prestigious Player of the Year trophy, voted by the board, and Players Player of the Year, […]

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Wright would have saved us – Pendlebury

By Andrew McDonnell Bedlington Terriers captain John Pendlebury believes the side wouldn’t have been relegated if Jonathan Wright had of been at Welfare Park for the full season. The goal-scorer made 14 starts in the league and finished the season with 14 goals, and the Terriers captain said he was “unstoppable” against Marske United on […]

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Ferrell to sit down and decide future over summer

By Andrew McDonnell Bedlington Terriers manager Andy Ferrell will now “sit down” and decide what is right with the board as the club look to get back to Division One at the first time of asking next season. If the former professional is to stay, he would like to keep the “vast majority” of this […]

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Manager’s Season Review

Andy Ferrell’s commitment to the cause has been admirable this season (Photo: Chris Chambers: CJC Photo) Bedlington Terriers manager Andy Ferrell has gave his verdict on the 2015/16 season, where the club was relegated to the Northern League Division Two. Manager’s Season Review I would like to start off by saying that I feel sorry […]

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Heward – Winning run is needed now

By Andrew McDonnell (@AndrewSJourno) Bedlington Terriers assistant manager Craig Heward believes the side need to go on a winning run now otherwise it is “goodnight” for them. The games are running out now, says Heward, and he was left disappointed after the Terriers didn’t take anything from the game after being in a positive position […]

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Stephenson – It has been a good week

Stephenson celebrating his goal against Norton & Stockton (Chris Chambers: CJC Photo) By Andrew McDonnell (@AndrewSJourno) Bedlington Terriers winger Mason Stephenson says that it has been frustrating not playing, but the last week has been “a good week” for him. The 20-year-old was part of the fixtures and fittings at the start of the season, […]

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Positive start for Terriers newbie Brown

Brown was denied by Conor Grant (Chris Chambers: CJC Photo) By Andrew McDonnell (@AndrewSJourno) Bedlington Terriers’ new signing Marcus Brown says that it was great to be back playing non-league football again after making an appearance in the Wansbeck Derby. The 30-year-old played with Evo Stick Division One South side Romulus last season, and making […]

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Stephenson – We took the game to them

By Andrew McDonnell (@AndrewSJourno) Bedlington Terriers playmaker Tony Stephenson believes the 2-0 win over his former side Ashington in the Wansbeck Derby was “justified” and “well deserved”. The 27-year-old, who signed from Seaham Red Star, played a pivotal role in the Terriers’ win and he has claimed that it was all down to the way […]

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Heward – Win was thoroughly deserved

By Andrew McDonnell (@AndrewSJourno) Bedlington Terriers coach Craig Heward has labelled the 2-0 win over neighbours Ashington as a “superb result” as they seek to avoid relegation this season. Heward, who joined the coaching staff midway through the season, stated the win was “thoroughly deserved” and he also spoke of the togetherness in the changing […]

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Ferrell frustrated with postponement decision

By Andrew McDonnell (@AndrewSJourno) Bedlington Terriers manager Andy Ferrell was left bitterly disappointed with the decision that was made to call their game with Ashington off. The pitch was deemed to be waterlogged, but the 32-year-old thought the game should have gone ahead with there being “very little” surface water on the pitch. “The game […]

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