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NORTHANTS PREMIER DIVISION: Captain Clarke stars as Town scoot to a second win, Oundle outclass the champions of 2015

Cricket
Spalding goalscorer Leon Mettam

PLAY-OFF FINAL: Heartbreak, but pride, for the Tulips

Non-League
Will Posh keep hold of midfielder Anthony Grant?

SPECIAL FEATURE: The players Peterborough United should keep next season and the ones they should release

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ROUND-UP: Cuckoos and Fenmen warm up for cup final in style, champions and Star finish strongly

Non-League

CAMBS LEAGUE: Castor win a thriller, Conor Craig is a class act, Rams love Aussie Isaac

Cricket

LINCS PREMIER DIVISION: Bourne blitz, Deeping disaster, Spalding suffer late collapse

Cricket

PREVIEW: Personal pride will motivate Peterborough United

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Lionel Messi is the greatest

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: Best League in the world? LOL, but Kante is a hero

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PLAY-OFF FINAL: Heartbreak, but pride, for the Tulips

Non-League
Will Posh keep hold of midfielder Anthony Grant?

SPECIAL FEATURE: The players Peterborough United should keep next season and the ones they should release

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James Hill-Seekings (stripes), pictured playing for Peterborough Northern Star earlier this season, scored a hat-trick for Yaxley against On Chenecks.

ROUND-UP: Cuckoos and Fenmen warm up for cup final in style, champions and Star finish strongly

Non-League
Posh defender Andrew Hughes (yellow) has been in good form.

PREVIEW: Personal pride will motivate Peterborough United

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It’s a massive month says team boss Johnson

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Paul Starke was in fine form for Panthers at Sheffield.

MEETING REPORT: Panthers chief rages at ref after Sheffield defeat

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Kenneth Hansen.

Danish ace Hansen will be back in action soon

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Jack Holder.

Panthers last heat hero Holder was running on empty

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NATIONAL ICE HOCKEY LEAGUE: Trophy treble for the Islanders

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Owen Griffiths collects the Phantoms Most Improved Player award from Jo and Dave Lane. Picture: Tom Scott

Griffiths thrilled to be offered a new deal with Phantoms

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Phantoms owner Dave Lane.

LATEST NEWS: Confusion reigns in the world of British ice hockey

Phantoms
Owen Griffiths carries the puck around Bison's Daniel Lackey. Picture: Tom Scott

SIGNING NEWS: Griffiths will be back again next season

Phantoms
Pictured with the East Midlands Cup are, from the left, Lions chairman Andy Moore, coach Darren Fox and skipper Chris Humphrey. Picture: Mick Sutterby

CUP FINAL REPORT: Lions give their coach the ideal send-off

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Jon Phillips.

A weekend of celebrations down at Fortress Fengate

Rugby union
Darren Fox.

Fox leaves the Lions den and is replaced by a World Cup star

Rugby union

NORTHANTS PREMIER DIVISION: Captain Clarke stars as Town scoot to a second win, Oundle outclass the champions of 2015

Cricket
Conor Craig was brilliant for Nassington at Histon.

CAMBS LEAGUE: Castor win a thriller, Conor Craig is a class act, Rams love Aussie Isaac

Cricket
Xanti Xipu took 6-40 for Bourne against Louth.

LINCS PREMIER DIVISION: Bourne blitz, Deeping disaster, Spalding suffer late collapse

Cricket
Head Peterborough Town youth coach Jamie Smith in action.

COACHING CAMP: Learn the game at the top club in the city

Cricket
Peterborough Town skipper David Clarke in action against Wollaston. Photo: David Lowndes.

PREVIEW: Captain Clarke happy with clinical Town

Cricket

LINCS COUNTY CUP FINAL: Spalding success after tense penalty shuttle shoot out

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The victorious Camp Retro team at the Brummitt. Photo: David Lowndes.

BRUMMITT REPORT: Title stays in the Retro camp

Hockey
1989 Brummitt winners Bretton Beavers receive the trophy from Peterborough Telegraph editor David Rowell (front, left0.

MIXED HOCKEY TOURNAMENT: Facts and figures from 60 years of the Brummitt

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2016 Brummitt Trophy winners Camp Retro.

BRUMMITT MIXED TOURNAMENT: 16 teams chasing a diamond prize

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Capital punishment for Scott but it was well worth the pain

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Elizabeth Taylor.

Record for Taylor and a treble for Muchina

Athletics
Megan Pusey.

Harriers sprinters are in red-hot form

Athletics
The Duke of Cambridge (left), Prince Harry (right) and the Duchess of Cambridge watch the runners cross at the start line of the Virgin Money London Marathon. Picture: Adam Davy/PA Wire

LONDON MARATHON: Scott smashes his personal best

Athletics
Karl Eve in action.

SOUTHERN LEAGUE: Double joy for Eve as a coach and competitor

Athletics

Ted the exception to the rule on Raven

Angling
Kev Lee.

Payne takes a ton to win on Lou’s Pool

Angling
Clive Cole.

King Cole was a very merry soul

Angling
Float Fish Farm winner Simon Dow.

Dow does well as Two Island pool runs into form

Angling

Thorpe Wood youngster is a real Bobby dazzler

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