Player news | Quartet leave Blyth Spartans

Blyth Spartans AFC can announce Scott Fenwick, Michael Sweet, Lewis Horner and Jordan Summerly have left the club. 

The following players were not offered new terms for next season and therefore have been released. 

Fenwick moved to Croft Park last summer having returned to the North East following a spell at National League South side Chelmsford City. 

However, the former Hartlepool United striker was restricted to just 12 appearances in a campaign sadly dominated by injuries. 

Sweet, who joined from Northern League Division One side Consett around the same time, was a regular in solitary season at Blyth. 

The 25-year-old featured 30 times for Blyth and scored five goals before being loaned out to Shildon in February. 

Summerly arrived from North Shields in January but his only outing in green and white followed as a substitute against King’s Lynn Town. 

Meanwhile, Horner’s second spell with Spartans comes to an end. He departs the club having made 81 appearances in total. 

Blyth Spartans thanks each player for their efforts and wishes them the very best for the future. 

The rest of the remaining squad is currently under assessment, where further announcements will be communicated in due course.

Posted by Jordan Cronin