St. Albans City’s most prolific post-war goalscorer and the second highest scorer in the Saints history, is also second in the all-time list of appearances.
Spent nine years with the club during the 1990s being top scorer for each one and the only player to twice win the Supporters Club Player of the Year award.
Born in Hull, he is school teacher in Bishop’s Stortford who played for Stansted, Saffron Walden Town and Wivenhoe Town prior to joining the Saints in 1991.
His most productive campaign was 1994-95 when he scored 56 times including a double hat-trick during an 11-1 FA Cup victory over Hillingdon Borough.
The high points of his career include scoring during a 2nd Round FA Cup tie at Bristol City, scoring in the semi-final of the FA Trophy, being in the City side that finished as Isthmian League runners-up and collecting winners medals in the London Challenge Cup, Herts Senior Cup, Herts Charity Cup and East Anglian Cup.
Also played and scored for the Isthmian League Representative XI. His 322 goals in 488 games for the Saints included 23 hat-tricks.
After leaving St. Albans he ended his career with spells at Aylesbury United and Canvey Island but dusted down the boots to return to Clarence Park in October 2005 to score a hat-trick during a charity match for the Mayor’s XI against HMS St. Albans.