Lilywhites sign Bay midfielder

Bewick heads back to Town

Herne Bay have announced that midfielder Sam Bewick, who only returned to the club in July, has decided to move on to another of his former clubs, Faversham Town.

Sam spent the last couple of campaigns turning out for Corinthian in the SCEFL, scoring an impressive number of goals. He came through the Queens Park Rangers Academy, played briefly for Woking, and then had success at Maidstone United before also playing for Tonbridge Angels and having a first spell at Bay. He then went on to play for Hythe Town and Faversham Town, scoring fifteen goals for the Lilywhites in 2016-17 and following that with more the following season.

He also spent time with Whitstable Town.

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