Wednesday July 11, 2018
BIONIC man Lewis Kerr has sent a message to King’s Lynn bosses: “Count me in next season!”

Kerr is a firm favourite with Tru Plant Stars fans but his season has ended early after a horror crash last week which results in a badly broken leg.

Thankfully the early stages of recovery are encouraging and he’s already casting an eye towards 2019.

Speaking from hospital, Kerr said: “I’d love to be back at King’s Lynn, count me in. I’d had my best year until last week and hope I can stay, they’ve been great to race for, management and fans.

“I can train so much harder than I did last winter and I will need to having not raced for a while. I need to come back stronger and I will. The target is obviously March 1 but I want to have been back on a bike for a bit before then at least.

“It was obviously a bad break but the bone had gone back really clean and neatly. I’ve just got to be careful I don’t knock it or do anything stupid.

“However, this hasn’t put me off the sport. I’ll be back and stronger.”

Stars bosses are weighing up their options to replace Kerr and they travel to Leicester for their next Premiership outing on Monday.

The next home meeting is Monday July 23 when they face Poole – fans should note this is a rare Monday to catch up on fixtures and the meeting is not being televised.

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