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MATCH REACTION: Peterborough United lacked intelligence, commitment and backbone, and they weren’t brave enough either

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Posh star Marcus Maddison cuts a dejected figure after the home defeat at the hands of Blackpool. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com

ON-THE-WHISTLE-REPORT: Peterborough United 0, Blackpool 1: Old boy haunts Posh who slip to disappointing home defeat

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Avelino Vieira scores Peterborough Sports' second goal in their 3-2 defeat at the hands of Chasetown. Photo: James Richardson.

EVO STIK LEAGUE: Peterborough Sports’ slump continues, Spalding are no help, but Daniels destroy Kidsgrove

Non-League
Posh substitute Gwion Edwards tries to get the better of Blackpool's Jay Spearing. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

PLAYER VERDICTS: All-action Anthony leads the way, but gets few followers

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ROUND-UP: Deeping captain to the rescue, Ollie goal settles battle of top two, magnificent seven for Holbeach, Star have lost last three games by aggregate of 14-0, but holders reach semi-finals,

Non-League

MATCH PREVIEW: Gwion boost for a Peterborough United side with their sights set high

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FEATURE: Will Peterborough United’s fringe players be able to cut it?

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SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: The two faces of Marcus Maddison

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Action from ICA Sports' recent win over Moulton Harrox (yellow).

PREVIEW: Big city derby is headline act in Peterborough Premier Division

Local Football
City of Peterborough 7ths before a heavy defeat at the hands of Kettering: Brian Walden, Joshua Haddon, Roan Pilsworth, Dan Barkworth, George Coxen, Steve Browning, Jack Howson, Phil Martin, Richard Herbage, front, Ed Das, Alex Wheatcroft, Scott Bamford, Dean Dugdale, Alistair Mortimer.

PREVIEW: Back-up boys give big boost to title chasing City of Peterborough

Hockey
Posh manager Grant McCann watching his side lose at home to Blackpool. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

MATCH REACTION: Peterborough United lacked intelligence, commitment and backbone, and they weren’t brave enough either

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Posh star Marcus Maddison cuts a dejected figure after the home defeat at the hands of Blackpool. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com

ON-THE-WHISTLE-REPORT: Peterborough United 0, Blackpool 1: Old boy haunts Posh who slip to disappointing home defeat

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Avelino Vieira scores Peterborough Sports' second goal in their 3-2 defeat at the hands of Chasetown. Photo: James Richardson.

EVO STIK LEAGUE: Peterborough Sports’ slump continues, Spalding are no help, but Daniels destroy Kidsgrove

Non-League

SPEEDWAY CONTROL BUREAU HEARING: No further action against Panthers chief

Panthers
Scott Nicholls riding for Peterborough Panthers against Ipswich.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: Farcical final, farcical World Cup, farcical footballer

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Ged Rathbone.

Rathbone remarks prompt ‘judicial inquiry’

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Owner Ged Rathbone, team boss Carl Johnson and promoter Trevor Swales pictured with the KO Cup.

Carry on cup-winning . . . that’s the aim for Panthers team boss

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Now the boot is on the other foot for table-toppers

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Glen Billing celebrates putting the Phantoms level at 1-1 against MK Thunder. Picture: Tom Scott

Phantoms can bounce back against the best

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Euan King in action.

SIGNING NEWS: King back between the pipes for Phantoms

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Phantoms netminder Adam Long conceded twice in Hull. Photo: Tom Scott.

MATCH REPORT: Hull 2, Phantoms 1: Two defeats in two competitions in two days after running into two hot netminders

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Old Deacon’s players in one last hurrah for ‘Eggy’

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Michael Bean.

MATCH REPORT: Borough keep on winning despite poor show

Rugby union
There's no way through for Lions winger Kaz Henderson against Scunthorpe. Picture: Mick Sutterby

MATCH REPORT: Lions suffer setback at Scunthorpe

Rugby union
An Old Halesonians player gets right up Lions centre Sitanilei Tei Semisis nose. Picture: Mick Sutterby

WEEKEND PREVIEW: Lions will get a much tougher test this Saturday at Scunthorpe

Rugby union

LATEST NEWS: Peterborough Town say farewell to their top-class professional

Cricket
Market Deeping Cricket's Club's new heavy-duty roller.

CRICKET: Market Deeping are on a roll

Cricket
Award winners pictured from the left are Russ Evans (Ryans dad), Stuart Dockerill, Simon Brown, Mark Wheat and Jon Moulds.

AWARDS NIGHT: Trophy double for Snart

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England skipper Joe Root (left) with coach Paul Farbrace.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: Blame the system as much as the selectors

Cricket

PREVIEW: Back-up boys give big boost to title chasing City of Peterborough

Hockey
Action from City of Peterborough Ladies (red) defeat at the hands of Loughborough Students. Photo: David Lowndes.

ROUND-UP: City of Peterborough Ladies lose in league and cup

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Adam Wilson (right) scored twice for City of Peterborough at Saffron Walden and once more at Rugby & East Warwicks

MATCH REPORT: A 14-goal weekend for City of Peterborough

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City of Peterborough Ladies 2nds before a 5-0 win over Wisbech 2nds: back row, left to right, Jen Duffy, Emily Dakin, Jess Broadway, Lisa Deacon, Shelley Broadway, Holly Finding, Annie Howells. (front row) Charlotte Bradley, Izzy Deansmith, Nikki Harris, Chelsea Oldham, Emma Geary. Goalkeeper Elina Srnska.

ROUND-UP: Big weekend ahead for City of Peterborough’s leading men and ladies

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Ben Read (red) in action for City of Peterborough against St Albans. Photo: David Lowndes.

MATCH REPORT: City of Peterborough 2, St Albans 0: Perfect record comes to an end at the hands of impressive City team

Hockey

Team success for Nene Valley Harriers girls and PAC men

Athletics
The Nene Valley Harriers team at the Frostbite League race.

Sumskis back with a bang on Guy Fawkes Day

Athletics
Philippa Taylor.

Taylor top local in big Leeds race

Athletics
The speedy Nene Valley Harriers Under 17 girls trio of Josephine Fortune, Ellie Piccaver and Amber Park.

Harriers have a great day in the Mansfield mud

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The Nene Valley mens team of, from the left, Sean Beard, Barry Warne, Dave Neal, Chris Hunt and Paul Parkin.

Harriers master mud and wind to make top 10

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It’s tight at the top as Sensas Mark One bounce back

Angling
Ian Frith.

Good Evans! What a line-up!

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Anthony Watling won the East Midland Winter League practice match.

Good win for Bob despite the awful weekend weather

Angling
Richard Bond.

Richard rules on the Raven to make grand final

Angling