ASHLEY Wells has been named as one of four new 'Hall of Fame' inductees at Weymouth FC.

Wells, currently Dorchester Town captain, is joined by Dudley Barry, Derek Courtney and Sammy McGowan.

Weymouth boy Wells spent nine seasons at the Terras and quickly won the hearts of fans, who nicknamed him 'Mr Weymouth'.

He has played over 300 games for the Bob Lucas Stadium side and is set to be handed a testimonial game towards the end of the current season.

Meanwhile, half-back Barry joined Weymouth from Plymouth Argyle in 1965 and went on to make 385 appearances, scoring 48 goals.

Barry also won the Southern League title in his first season at the old Rec ground.

Courtney was a prolific forward who arrived at Weymouth as an 18-year-old.

He played 445 competitive games, netting 110 goals. He was top scorer in the 1974-75 and 1975-76 seasons.

McGowan, chosen by the Terras' board, joined from Scotland in 1948 and played against Manchester United in the FA Cup third round a season later.

He chalked up 445 matches for the Terras, placing him ninth on the post-War appearance list.