Jak Wells – Signed from West Allotment Celtic last season, Wellsy is a top keeper who offers more than
just a safe pair of hands. His distribution is fantastic and he is a big presence in the changing room.
Previous clubs include South Shields, Morpeth, Seaham Red Star and Jarrow FC.

Chris Locke – Lockey was skipper at Esh under Browny in the 15/16 season and followed him to
Bedlington after a brief stint at West Allotment. Our utility man last season, putting in solid performances
all over the park. One of the leaders at the club.

Paul Wardle – Delta is in his second season at the Terriers, joining from Washington last year. He is calm
and composed while defending, and chips in with the odd goal. His experience at the top end of the NL is
a huge asset and is invaluable to the club.
Peter Henderson – Henda is another who has played for Browny for a number of years now. Henda is a
solid full back comfortable playing on either side. After spells at Hebburn Town, Horden CW and Esh
Winning he has found himself at home at the Terriers.

Kyle Dobson – Kyle returned to Bedlington from West Allotment Celtic. Comfortable at centre half and
fullback, he is a key part of what the management team are building. ‘Dobba’ is another big personality.

Josh Miller – A close season signing from Blyth Town, Josh will be looking to establish himself at the
heart of the backline. Strong in the air and with good football ability. After a good early season, he’s
already cemented himself as a key part of the squad.

Phil Cave – Cavey has bags of experience at NL level and above. When he is fully fit there won’t be
many better fullbacks than him in the league. Possesses a wand of a left foot that will provide great
service to the front men.

Stephen Gibson – Gibbo is a player who has been under the stewardship of Paddy at Whitley Bay, as well
as a spell at Marske United. Returning from injury, he has looked every inch a player and another who
has added to the quality retained from last season.

Ian Herron – Last season’s captain at Blyth Town, “Fishy” is vastly experienced and has assumed a
leadership role within the team since his arrival. Comfortable on the ball, he offers a lot to the team.
Formerly of Dunston UTS.

Andy Hall – The Marine is an energetic midfielder with an eye for goal. Tenancious tackler, will run all
day and equally comfortable at fullback. Previous clubs include Newton Aycliffe, Horden CW and Esh

Calvin Lee McMahon – A midseason arrival last year from Seaham Red Star, he brings quality on the ball
and tons of creativity. Experienced in NL1, he will contribute goals, industry and control to the Terriers
engine room. Previously with South Shields and Hebburn Town.

Scott Lowery – Great prospect who joined us from Shankhouse FC. In his second season with the club we
are seeing him develop at a rapid rate. Gets round the pitch well, doesn’t neglect his defensive duties and
has a bright future.

Callum Hope – Cal is a close season addition. A former Sunderland AFC Scholar who has recently been
on trial with Tranmere, his skill and quality on the ball is great to watch. A creator of chances and a huge
goal threat. Will be one to watch this year.

Luke Wilson – Luke joins Bedlington after being a long-time target of Keith until he joined him at Horden CW. Luke is a livewire with a great football brain. He’ll be looking to get amongst the goals from
the outset. Formerly of Chester-Le-Street, Brandon United and Horden CW.

Connor Andrews – Another who was at Blyth Town last season, scoring against the Terriers on boxing
day. Connor has impressed since joining the club, getting amongst the goals in pre-season and his high
energy play is a nightmare for defenders.

Lee Scott – Prolific last year, and a great NL Scoring pedigree. A cool head in front of goal and built a
great partnership with Jack Foalle last season. Previosly with Ashington and South Shields, Scotty is now a key part of the Terriers and his goals are invaluable.

Jack Foalle – Jack joined us last year from Seaton Delaval and was previously at Whitley Bay under Paddy. He is a tireless runner and always a goal threat. His return is a huge plus this season and should be consistently on the score sheet.

Tyler Scarth – Another young talent who impressed last season with his versatility. Playing on both wings
and at fullback, Tyler is a skilled footballer who will develop into a very good Northern League Player.