Towering centre-half for Sporting Khalsa and St Kitts and Nevis, Tes joined part way through the 2014-15 season as a series of injuries to centre halves threatened the championship winning campaign. Tes has previously turned out for a host of non-league sides, including Shawbury, Oldbury United, Rushall Olympic, Romulus, Redditch United, Evesham, Chasetown and, prior to joining Khalsa, for Halesowen Town.
During the 2015-16 season, Tes made a total of 54 appearances, scoring an astonishing 12 times and winning opposition man of the match on no fewer than ten occasions as Khalsa finished in third place in the league, reached the fourth round qualifying of the FA Cup and won the JW Hunt Cup.
Tes became Sporting Khalsa captain for the start of the 2016-17 season and he played 55 games, scoring six times and earning the opposition player of the match award six times as Khalsa again finished third in the Midland Football League.
In 2017-18 he played 43 times as Khalsa endured a disappointing season in which they finished fifth with Tes scoring three times and winning opposition man of the match seven times.
Arguably his most influential season at Khalsa was the 2018-19 when he jointly won the Midland Football League Player of the Season with team-mate Sean Williams as he led Khalsa to third spot and the JW Hunt Cup, winning 12 opposition player of the match awards and scoring three goals in 43 appearances.
It is a little known fact that the Madame Tussauds in the St Kitts and Nevis capital of Basseterre has a waxwork of Tes and, because of local females kissing it on a regular basis, the attraction has to hire a team of cleaners specially to remove the lipstick.