Ross Kelly, from Huntingdon, made his debut for the Norwich City
Under-18s in a 4-0 thrashing at Leicester City on 18th March 2006.
He was though named man of the match for the young Canaries.
He then made an appearance for the Reserves, as substitute, at
Ross, who had previously been with Cambridge United and had been
part of Kit Carson's football development
centre, joined the Norwich City Academy as a full-time scholar
in July 2006.
In April 2008, Norwich announced that they would not be giving
Ross a professional contract. He then trialled for QPR playing
in a 4-4 draw for their reserves against Aldershot on 14th April
2008 and then in a 1-1 draw against Southampton on 22nd April
In July 2008, Kelly played for Kings Lynn in their friendly 0-0
draw with Great Yarmouth Town. He signed Conference forms with
the Linnets on 28th August 2008 along with promisin youngsters
Elliot Fiddy and Dom Dwyer
Kelly signed for the new Kings Lynn Town on 25th June 2010 despite
offers from St Neots and St Ives. He left the club during the
season to pursue a playing career in Australia.