A double-ton in the offing but striker Grice is focussed on promotion instead

Blues record goalscorer Tim Grice.

TIM Grice is just five goals away from achieving a record double century of strikes for his club Leek Town.
But Blues all-time record goalscorer has his thoughts firmly focused elswehere.
“Will be more happy if we get promoted to be honest,” he told LASAR Radio.
Grice grabbed a hat-trick in last weekend’s 4-1 home victory over Market Drayton, making him the BetVictor NPL South East Division’s leading scorer with 20 goals.
But he brushed aside the accolades with the surprise comment: “I was terrible, the result is the main thing.”
It’s that selfless attitude that has made Grice such a popular clubman with a growing army of fans.
Grice created a new scoring record for Blues with his 153rd goal in a 3-1 defeat of Spalding United in April 2018.
He netted twice in the game, surpassing the 152 goals scored by club legend Dave Sutton during Leek’s success in the early 90s.
Coincidently, Spalding provide the opposition tomorrow (Jan 18), as Blues bid to extend their unbeaten league run to 15 games and stay top of the table.
Blues boss Neil Baker told The Sentinel’s Jim Hannah: “We are there to be shot at. Spalding are just outside the play-off places and if they can get a result against us they will be right up there, so there is pressure on them to get a result as well as ourselves.”
Baker reports no injury worries for their visit into the bulb fields of Lincolnshire.