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MATCH REACTION: Great display, terrible injury news, still no Elder

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Posh striker Shaquile Coulthirst scores his first goal of the game against Leeds. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

MATCH REPORT: Posh 2, Leeds 1: Shaq on the attack for Peterborough United

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March Town heroes Toby Nulty and Nathan Oliver.

CAMBS LEAGUE: Wisbech moving up, Nassington moving down, Toby buys a jug

Cricket
Action from Market Deeping's home defeat at the hands of Skegness. Photo: Tim Wilson.

LINCS PREMIER DIVISION: Deeping fall from the summit and Bourne fail to save them

Cricket

NORTHANTS PREMIER DIVISION: Peterborough outclass Oundle

Cricket

ROLLER HOCKEY: A super sunday for kids who got their skates on

Sport

ROUND-UP: Confusion turns into celebration for Keith

Angling
The Old Deaconians that beat Deacon's School 30 years ago. Back row, left to right, Colin Davison, Norman Saltmasrh, Paul Stimpson, Martin Hings, Lionel Butler, Stuart Butler, Carol Jeffs. Front, Lou Scott, Ian Chilvers, Paul Bowes, David McQuillen, Colin Slater,Barry Morris.

LOOKING BACK: Schoolboy Akhtar’s brilliant century

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Claire Steels.

TIME TRIAL INVITATION: Clarion call for budding cyclists, second for Steels in Sleaford

Cycling

MATCH REACTION: Great display, terrible injury news, still no Elder

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Posh striker Shaquile Coulthirst scores his first goal of the game against Leeds. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

MATCH REPORT: Posh 2, Leeds 1: Shaq on the attack for Peterborough United

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Marcus Maddison is expected to start for Posh against Leeds.

MATCH PREVIEW: McCann set to name his first-choice XI

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Ben Cullen after scoring for Elgin City against Keith. Photo: Robert Crombie.

LOCAL FOOTBALL: Netherton striker joins Scottish League side

Local Football
Moulton Harrox celebrate their Peterborough Premier Division title win.

JACK HOGG MEMORIAL SHIELD: Much-changed Moulton v Langtoft in traditional curtain-raiser

Local Football

PREMIER LEAGUE FOURS: Captain wants to get his hands on some more silverware

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Nikolaj Busk Jakobsen rode well for Panthers at Ipswich.

MATCH REPORT: Ipswich 57, Panthers 36: A bad night on and off the track

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Lasse Bjerre rides for Panthers at Ipswich tonight.

MEETING PREVIEW: Rathbone targets awayday success

Panthers
Nikolaj Busk Jakobsen on his way to the fastest race time of the season for Panthers. Photo: David Lowndes.

FASTEST RACE: Slick Nik to stay in the fast lane

Panthers

Petr steps in to complete the Phantoms line-up

Phantoms
Petr Stepanek.

NEW SIGNING: Petr expects to be great in the UK

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Milan Baranyk.

PLAYER DEPARTURE: Milan quits to join Milton Keynes

Phantoms
Jason Buckman reacts after taking a high stick to the face from Lewis Hook of Milton Keynes.

Buckman is back on the bench as Phantoms coach

Ice Hockey
Adam Long in action for Phantoms.

ICE HOCKEY: Youngsters to back up star Phantoms netminder Auzins

Ice Hockey

RUGBY UNION: Borough are strengthening on and off the pitch

Rugby union
THREE OF A KIND: Fencer William Ferguson, rugby full back Adam Castle and hockey forward Brendan Andrews outside Bourne Grammar School.  Photo (TIM WILSON): SG210416-103TW.

Bourne Grammar School trio learn lessons in the school of near-misses

Education

CAMBS LEAGUE: Wisbech moving up, Nassington moving down, Toby buys a jug

Cricket
Action from Market Deeping's home defeat at the hands of Skegness. Photo: Tim Wilson.

LINCS PREMIER DIVISION: Deeping fall from the summit and Bourne fail to save them

Cricket
Mark Hodgson on the attack for Oundle against Peterborough Town. Wicket-keeper is Chris Milner. Photo: David Lowndes.

NORTHANTS PREMIER DIVISION: Peterborough outclass Oundle

Cricket
The Old Deaconians that beat Deacon's School 30 years ago. Back row, left to right, Colin Davison, Norman Saltmasrh, Paul Stimpson, Martin Hings, Lionel Butler, Stuart Butler, Carol Jeffs. Front, Lou Scott, Ian Chilvers, Paul Bowes, David McQuillen, Colin Slater,Barry Morris.

LOOKING BACK: Schoolboy Akhtar’s brilliant century

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Richard Kendall has been called up by Peterborough Town for the game at Oundle.

WEEKEND PREVIEW: Town have nine lives left and they intend to use them

Cricket

CHARITY DAY: The winning team were in the pink

Hockey
Hockey news from the Peterborough Telegraph, peterboroughtoday.co.uk/sport, @pboroSport on Twitter

CHARITY DAY: City club raising money for SWAN

Hockey
THREE OF A KIND: Fencer William Ferguson, rugby full back Adam Castle and hockey forward Brendan Andrews outside Bourne Grammar School.  Photo (TIM WILSON): SG210416-103TW.

Bourne Grammar School trio learn lessons in the school of near-misses

Education
Adam Drake (centre) has been selected for England again.

INTERNATIONAL CALL-UP: Drake to serve his country in Glasgow

Hockey

EAST ANGLIAN LEAGUE: Nene Valley Harriers enjoy a field day

Athletics
William Hughes on the podium at Ashford.

SCHOOLS INTERNATIONAL: Home nations silver for Hughes

Athletics
Nicky Morgan.

5K run: First time winners at the Stamford 5K

Athletics
Matthew Dalton (right) in action for PAC in the 110m hurdles last weekend. Photo: David Lowndes.

SOUTHERN LEAGUE: Win after win after win for the all-conquering PAC team

Athletics
Emma Hornsby extended her own club record at Crawley.

SOUTHERN LEAGUE: Emma jumps to it in style as ladies lead the way for NVH

Athletics

ROUND-UP: Confusion turns into celebration for Keith

Angling
Nick Carlton won at the Willows on Decoy Lakes.

LATEST RESULTS: Magic Mac conquers the Snake Lake

Angling
Colin  Buckingham won on the Yew Pool at Decoy Lakes.

RESULTS ROUND UP: Whopping £50k first prize gets away from the locals

Angling

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: Rory is a boring, arrogant, flat-track bully

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Robin 'Tiger' Williams shows off his great finish in the World Junior Championships.

WORLD JUNIOR CHAMPIONSHIPS: Tiger is among the world’s best

Golf