The 20-year-old Bristolian, pictured receiving his Easy Runner/Bristol Post athlete of the month award, hasn’t raced since June 14th when a series of niggling injures finally forced him to take a complete break.
But Chris tells me he is lot better now and after some sharp training sessions has declared himself available to Bristol & West team manager Roger Brocklesbury to run the 100m at Kingston.
The club needs a solid performance to finally banish any fears of relegation and retain their National Division Two status. They finished fifth in the opening two matches but last in the penultimate fixture to leave them sixth overall going into tomorrow’s finale.
Fortunately Brocklesbury has put together a strong squad which team captain Casper Eliot described as “the strongest I have seen in all my years at the club.”
|League Points||Match Points|
|Thames Valley Harriers||22||952|
|Kingston AC & Polytechnic Harriers||16||891|
|Bristol & West AC||9||780|
|Nene Valley Harriers||7||688.5|