Terry starred for Britain in the 1967 European Championship, their first European Championship, striking out 14 in a 2-run complete game win over Sweden; he also had a hit and a run in that game. Britain won a Silver, their best finish of the 20th Century. He managed the British national team in 1968 and coached for them in 1982, when they did not play in a major event. He also played for Thames Boards Mills when they won two British titles and managed the Croydon Bluejays to a British championship in 1984. In 2012, he was elected to the British Baseball Hall of Fame.