Michael Kember is planning to use his Daylesford Gift triumph as a launching pad to fulfill a long-held desire to run at the Stawell Easter Carnival.
While he is unsure exactly when that might be, the New South Welshman has never been keener to get to Stawell.
Kember (6.25m) powered home to claim the Telstra Daylesford Gift in 10.88 seconds at Cricket Willow on Saturday.
Kember said while he would like nothing better than make his Stawell debut this year, he was not able to yet make this commitment.
The 26-year-old said he was never more certain than now though that he would get to Central Park.
“I’d love to go, but I’ll just have to wait and see when.”
He said would need to speak with his coach Roger Fabri, who preferred to focus his runners’ efforts in their home state of NSW.
Originally Published The Courier
January 2, 2016
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