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Young Stars add Locke to line-up at Lynn

PUBLISHED: 10:41 17 February 2017 | UPDATED: 10:41 17 February 2017

Young Stars team manager Scott Campos. Picture: Ian Burt

Young Stars team manager Scott Campos. Picture: Ian Burt

King’s Lynn Young Stars have completed their line-up for 2017 with the signing of Connor Locke.

The 18-year-old makes the switch from the Rye House Raiders and joins Kyle Hughes, Josh Bailey, Danny Phillips, Ryan Kinsley, Taylor Hampshire and Lewis Whitmore at the Adrian Flux Arena.

Young Stars team manager Scott Campos reckons Locke is a good final addition to his side and feels it is a team which could be dark horses in this year’s National League.

“Connor impressed us towards the end of last season and especially around the King’s Lynn track, he looked very comfortable and confident,” said Campos. “He’s a three-point averaged rider who we feel can easily build on that figure when he starts riding with more confidence behind him which he should gain from riding our circuit every week.

“He’s a good signing to complete our team and we’re delighted with how things have come together.”

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