Friday May 15, 2020
ZAINE Kennedy, who failed to land a team spot this year, is keen to race in Britain when the sport can resume.

Aussie ace Kennedy impressed in his debut season with Sheffield last year but with the Tru Plant Tigers stepping up into the Premiership it left him looking for a new club.

Sheffield are also keen to see him fixed up and, if the sport gets the green light to start in July or August some clubs may need to revise team plans – paving the way open for Kennedy.

He said: “I’m really keen to be back racing in England and the plan is to build up and be more prepared than I was first time around.

“I think my average played a huge part in me not returning and I believe I did a decent job for Sheffield.

“There are always things you can improve on and I’m always learning how to better myself.

“England is the place I want to be and I’m working really hard to make sure when the call does come I will be ready to hit the ground running.”

Kennedy is working full-time in Australia but is ready to leave that to fulfil his UK dream.

He said: “Things aren’t great right now around the world but hopefully there is some light at the end of the tunnel.a

“Luckily I’m still working back here in Australia which is paying the bills and keeping me busy.

“With no racing taking place anywhere I haven’t really missed a season, which is good for me.”

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