Previous clubsNotts County,
Boston Utd (loan),
Northern Ireland U21 International
BiographyGreg started his career at Notts County when he
was sixteen and was featured in the club's first
team during pre-season. Greg signed his first
professional contract with Notts the following
year. Ahead of the 2012–13 season, Tempest was
given number twenty-five shirt.
On 9 November 2012, Tempest joined Ilkeston on
a month loan and made his debut against United of
Manchester. Tempest returned to his parent club
after a stint at Ilkeston despite keen of extension.
Upon his return, Tempest made his debut against
Scunthorpe United coming on as an 82nd-minute
substitute. After making three appearance in his
first season, Tempest was offered a new contract
by the club, which he signed a two-year contract
weeks after being offered.
Tempest was eligible to play for Northern Ireland
through his late grandfather, Bill Corkhill. In May
2013, Greg was called up by Northern Ireland U21.
He made his Northern Ireland U21 debut on 30th
May 2013, in a 3–0 loss against Cyprus U21. His
performance in a 1–0 win against Cyprus U21 on
19 November 2013 soon earned him 'Man of the
The 2013–14 season saw Tempest make fourteen
appearance for the club under the management of
Chris Kiwomya and Shaun Derry. During the
season, Tempest provided two assist: one was
against Crewe Alexandra, in a 4–0 win on 5
October 2013 and another was against Oldham
Athletic on 29 October 2013.
On 26 September 2014, Tempest joined Boston
United on loan for a month. Tempest then had his
loan at Boston United extended until 27 December
2014. Tempest made his return to his parent club
after making fourteen appearance and scoring
once against Lowestoft Town for Boston United.
Shortly after, Tempest re-joined Boston United for
the second time, until the end of the season.
Greg joined the Miners in the summer of 2020 and
in the voided season of 20/21, Greg played 6
games and scored 2.