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Bevan Burey

Position : -Forward

Bevan began his career as a trainee with Accrington Stanley and made one Football League appearance for the Lancastrian club - in a 3-1 League Two home win against Southend United on April 5 2011.

After also playing for Burscough, Buckley Town and Radcliffe Borough, he signed for Ramsbottom United towards the end of the 2015-16 season, making his debut off the bench in an Easter Monday defeat by Salford City. Bev's current Linnets team-mate Kev McGrath was also a substitute for the Rams in the same game.

Bev's first appearance in Linnets colours came in a pre-season victory over St Helens Town at Prescot in the summer of 2016 and he quickly caught the eye with his electrifying pace on the wing.

He was signed by Linnets boss Michael Ellison the week before the season kicked off and made his debut in an FA Cup tie opener at Yorkshire-based Hemsworth Miners Welfare of the Northern Counties East League Premier Division.

Bev's exciting style of play is a nightmare for left full-backs but he has quickly made him a favourite with the Runcorn fans, who are enjoying and appreciating his efforts in a two-pronged wing assault - Bev's speed on the right wing being replicated by Paul Shanley down the left.

Runcorn Linnets would like to thank Rob and Gem Newman who has kindly sponsored Bevan Burey.




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