Neath apologises to Silver
RYE House Rockets captain Chris Neath has said sorry to team-mate Andrew Silver after Saturday's KO Cup clash against Birmingham.The Rockets won the second leg tie 53-37 but that could have been so much more had things gone Rye House's way.
RYE House Rockets captain Chris Neath has said sorry to team-mate Andrew Silver after Saturday's KO Cup clash against Birmingham.
The Rockets won the second leg tie 53-37 but that could have been so much more had things gone Rye House's way.
Neath said: “I had a terrible evening myself. I've got to apologise to Andrew [Silver] as well, because I made a couple of mistakes in the first corners that ruined his races as well.
“It was just one of those nights where I didn't feel comfortable on the bike, but I'll put it behind me and just look forward to the next meeting.”
After a stop-start season through injury, the Silver Ski skipper feels he is over the worst.
“I'm finally putting my injury behind me,” said Neath.
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“It's getting better every week, although it's taken a long time and it's still a bit painful. On the whole, though, I'm finally feeling good again.”