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INTERVIEW: Bond spies a perfect platform at Peterborough United

Posh
David Sayer, seen here in a National T20 quarter-final,  is back in action for Peterborough Town against Oundle.

PREVIEW: Town target T20 success

Cricket
Ketton's Tom Sole is bowled for 60 by Harrison Craig of Nassington in the Stamford Charity Cup Final. Photo: David Lowndes.

STAMFORD CHARITY CUP: Nassington beat all-star team to lift the trophy

Cricket
New Posh goalkeeper Jonathan Bond. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

BREAKING NEWS: Peterborough United sign a goalkeeper

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LATEST NEWS: Peterborough United player set for Premier League move

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PRE-SEASON: All systems go at Peterborough United for operation promotion

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NATIONAL CLUB KO: Understrength Town’s terrific run comes to an end

Cricket

JOHN WILCOX TROPHY: Oundle roar into the record books, Bulls shock, Barnack breeze, Peterborough Town concede

Cricket
Leading lady Grace Mullins.

GRAND PRIX SERIES: Harriers first and second at Eye

Athletics
Abbey 10k winner Steve Robinson.

ROAD RUNNING: Robinson races to Ramsey victory again

Athletics

INTERVIEW: Bond spies a perfect platform at Peterborough United

Posh
New Posh goalkeeper Jonathan Bond. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

BREAKING NEWS: Peterborough United sign a goalkeeper

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Michael Smith playing for Northern Ireland against Slovenia in March, 2016.

LATEST NEWS: Peterborough United player set for Premier League move

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Gwion Edwards is put through his paces as the Posh players return to pre-season training. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

PRE-SEASON: All systems go at Peterborough United for operation promotion

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Home Park, Plymouth is the furthest venue for Posh in 2017-18.

TRAVEL TIMES: Peterborough United to travel more than 6,000 miles in pursuit of glory

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MEETING REPORT: Panthers win the battle of big cats

Panthers
Chris Haris in action for Panthers against Glasgow yesterday (June 25). Photo: David Lowndes.

LATEST NEWS: Harris to miss derby after GB call up

Panthers
Chris Harris is back in the Panthers side for the visit of Glasgow.

MEETING PREVIEW: Title-chasers visit the entertainment capital of British speedway

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Jack Holder.

MEETING REPORT: It’s another full house for star man Holder

Panthers 2

SIGNING NEWS: Robbie returning again for Phantoms

Phantoms
Will Weldon in action against MK Lightning.

Weldon and Griffiths are back for Phantoms

Phantoms
Leigh Jamieson (left)  in action for MK Lightning against Phantoms. Picture: Tom Scott

Phantoms snap up former GB international star Jamieson

Phantoms
Tom Norton.

SIGNING NEWS: Norton back for a fourth season

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The Phantoms youngsters who represented the South East.

More success for the Phantoms junior set-up

Ice Hockey

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: Moaning Morgan, England more chance than Lions of beating All Blacks, 19-year-old heroine

Cricket
Borough on the attack last season.

ENGLISH CLUB CHAMPIONSHIP FIXTURES: Borough face Huntingdon on opening day

Rugby union
England's Tom Curry (right) in action during the Old Mutal Wealth Cup match against the Barbarians at Twickenham. Picture: Paul Harding/PA Wire.

INTERNATIONAL DEBUT: Former Oundle School pupil Tom to face Argentina

Rugby union

PREVIEW: Town target T20 success

Cricket
Ketton's Tom Sole is bowled for 60 by Harrison Craig of Nassington in the Stamford Charity Cup Final. Photo: David Lowndes.

STAMFORD CHARITY CUP: Nassington beat all-star team to lift the trophy

Cricket
Connor Parnell bowled well for Peterborough Town against High Wycombe.

NATIONAL CLUB KO: Understrength Town’s terrific run comes to an end

Cricket
Peter Foster smashed 162 for Oundle against Barton Seagrave.

JOHN WILCOX TROPHY: Oundle roar into the record books, Bulls shock, Barnack breeze, Peterborough Town concede

Cricket
Conor Craig will be a key  man for Nassington in the Stamford Charity Cup Final.

TWENTY/20: Ketton’s final chances against Nassington hit by availability issues

Cricket

MASTERS: City of Peterborough’s Drake in Home International action

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There is top-class cricket at Bretton Gate this weekend.

FESTIVAL: Top class sport, top beer, great food, live music all in one place

Cricket
New City of Peterborough chairman Darren Griffiths.

ANNUAL MEETING: New chairman for City of Peterborough

Hockey
Wisbech Ladies take to the Olympic Park pitch for their national final.

NATIONAL FINAL: Wisbech Ladies put up a brave fight in the Olympic Park

Hockey

GRAND PRIX SERIES: Harriers first and second at Eye

Athletics
Abbey 10k winner Steve Robinson.

ROAD RUNNING: Robinson races to Ramsey victory again

Athletics
Kirk Brawn.

Stompers first in a red-hot relay race

Athletics
Elizabeth Taylor.

Cambs’ English Schools team announced

Athletics
The Nene Valley Harriers team that won the Southern League fixture at Colchester.

Great team spirit is the key to success for high-flying Harriers

Athletics

Red-hot River Nene produces a glorious start

Angling
Tony Dawson.

Huge weights the order of the weekend

Angling
Mike Kirby won at Ferry Meadows.

Kirby copes best with the wind

Angling

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: A boring, one-sided, one-day event, Saints supporters are deluded, Mayweather ‘fight’ will be a farce

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Stuart Brown with his prize for winning the PGA Order of Merit event at Bentley. Photo: Tony Rushmer.

ORDER OF MERIT: Brown victory after seven play-off holes

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Lincolnshire girls champion Ellie Haughton with Lincolnshire Ladies president Jayne Crooks.

Birdie blitz for Brown but it’s not quite enough

Golf