Terriers’ future in hands of the court

The future of Bedlington Terriers Football Club still remains uncertain following the adjournment of a court hearing last Friday.

The club have been served a winding up order following unpaid debt of £15,000 from October 2011 to Tristar Construction.

But there is a dispute over who took out the loan.

The adjournment means Bedlington Terriers FC can continue to play out the current 2012-13 campaign, but with the new hearing set to take place in the close season, there still remains a doubt as to whether the football club will exist at the end of the summer.

Terriers were beaten 3-0 away to Shildon on Monday night.

The football club were due to play their last home game of the season at Dr Pit Welfare Park against Hebburn Town on Wednesday night.

They will then finish the season with away games at Celtic Nation in Cumbria on Saturday and then Bishop Auckland on Bank Holiday Monday, May 6.

The former FA Vase finalists, are currently in 12th place in the Ebac Northern League division one with 58 points.