Green, Green, Grass Of Home…

The old home town will look the same as he steps down from the plane...

The old home town will look the same as he steps down from the plane…

While the national focus will be on Greyville this Saturday, it is great to see Andrew Fortune back in his old home town after an absence of over four months.

King Of The Road - the tough as teak Andrew Fortune

Andrew Fortune

The former champion heavyweight has seven rides on the Kenilworth programme and stands out as the rider to follow. The evergreen legend is in great form and is riding like a guy half his age.

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