Terry joined Darlington in November 2012 from Dunston UTS where he was part of their 2012 FA Vase winning side.
Capable of playing left-back, left wing and central midfield, he scored one of the most important goals in Darlington’s recent history when he scored the equaliser in the top of the table clash at Spennymoor in January 2013. Quakers went on to win the game 3-1 and take control at the top of the Northern League table.
He has now won three promotion medals with Darlington, and is recognised as the team’s dead ball expert. He scored 11 goals in 2015-16, and another 12 in 2016-17 taking his tally for the club past the half century – not a bad return for a player who has made most of his Darlington appearances at left back.
Terry made his 200th appearance for the club against Telford in August 2017, and then following injuries was switched to central defence where he played for the rest of the season.