|Is||Athlete Football player Association football player|
|Birth||8 April 1958, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines|
Errington Edison Kelly also known as 'tripod', 'three leggy Edy' and 'right said Ed' (born 8 April 1958) is a former Vincentian footballer who played in the Football League for Bristol Rovers, Bristol City, Lincoln City and Peterborough United. His brother Tony Kelly was also a professional footballer.
Kelly was originally signed by Bobby Gould at Bristol Rovers as a striker. He often played on the wing due to his speed. When Gould left Rovers, Kelly then joined Terry Cooper across the city at Bristol City, before linking up with Gould again at First Division Coventry City. Despite being top-scorer in Coventry reserves, he never played in the first team due to fierce competition for places as Coventry struggled against relegation.
Kelly moved to Peterborough to secure first team football, shortly before Gould was sacked in 1984. Kelly was a popular forward at Peterborough, scoring in 1-in-4 games.
Kelly then had a lucrative year playing in Sweden.
He is now an English teacher and spent several summers around 2010-2013 rolling back the years and running rings around French teenagers on the football pitch at Shebbear college in Devon.