Friday April 28, 2017
CRADLEY ace Luke Harris is determined to haunt his former club as they head to Eastbourne on Saturday (7.30).

Harris spent last season with the Eagles before being handed a return to the Motor Market Heathens over the winter.

The 18-year-old is keen to continue his strong run of form as he returns to his former hunting ground.

And he believes they have what it takes to add to their National League points tally at the notoriously tough Arlington circuit.

“I dialled myself in at Eastbourne towards the end of last year, and I think I’ll be OK,” Harris said.

“We’ve just got to make sure we all talk to each other and work together as a team to get the best out of each other.

“Eastbourne are a tough team, especially around Arlington, but we’ve just got to be consistent and all do our job.

“I’m sure we can do it, we’ve just got to try and move on from the result against Mildenhall and get back to riding as we know we can.”

The Heathens will be without Tom Perry due to a meeting with SGB Championship club Glasgow, with experienced Mildenhall man Jon Armstrong stepping in as a guest.

EASTBOURNE: Mark Baseby, Kelsey Dugard, Connor Coles, Matthew Bates, Georgie Wood, Charley Powell, Tom Brennan.
CRADLEY: Jon Armstrong, Conor Dwyer, Dan Greenwood, Luke Harris, Danny Ayres, Ryan Burton, Joe Lawlor.

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