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OFFICIALS at Plumpton are keeping a close watch on the weather for tomorrow's fixture with heavy showers forecast but Folkestone expects to be fit to run its final meeting on Tuesday, writes Peter Scargill.
But if he is not fit to bowl he would not be fit to run between the wickets and run in the field," he added.
Milo is relying on children to help him get fit to run the Sport Relief Mile on Sunday March 21 By visiting sportrelief.
This afternoon, when the Tory leader makes his main conference speech, Gordon Brown will have became a figure of ridicule, hatred and contempt, as fit to run our country as Victor Meldrew with the PG Tips chimps as his cabinet.
Nigeria's government on Sunday again sought to dispel speculation over the president's health, saying he is well and fit to run Africa's most populous nation.
Anyone under the influence of alcohol, not fit to run, not wearing correct running shoes or with camera equipment are ejected for the safety of the other runners and for the bulls.
ATHLETICS: World champion Tyson Gay is expected to be fit to run the 100m at the Olympics in Beijing.
These Tory-supporting metropolitan snobs believe a man for whom the term "character flaw" may have been coined is fit to run one of the world's great cities.