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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

Posh 3
Rory McIlroy is out of touch.

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

Golf 1

LOOKING BACK: Schoolboy Akhtar’s brilliant century

Cricket 1

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

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PLAYER INTERVIEW: Harry has no hard feelings after Cobblers switch

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

Cycling
Panthers captain Ulrich Ostergaard. Photo: David Lowndes.

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

Speedway 1
Ben Cullen after scoring for Elgin City against Keith. Photo: Robert Crombie.

LOCAL FOOTBALL: Netherton striker joins Scottish League side

Local Football

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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Harry Beautyman after signing for Northampton.

PLAYER INTERVIEW: Harry has no hard feelings after Cobblers switch

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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

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

Speedway 1
Nikolaj Busk Jakobsen rode well for Panthers at Ipswich.

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

Panthers 1
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

LOOKING BACK: Schoolboy Akhtar’s brilliant century

Cricket 1
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
Matt Bird cracked a double ton for Ketton 2nds.

MERIT TABLE: Bird goes big, Conyard cracks third century, Cameron still in charge

Cricket
Kevin Sequenza (left) and Gary Scotcher.

OVER 50S: Season’s best for Winters in Hunts’ win

Cricket
Ketton skipper Rob Vitas with the Stamford KO Shield.

STAMFORD KO SHIELD: Ketton are the kings of Stamford cup cricket

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
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
Bob Mills.

Bob a fitting winner of memorial match

Angling

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

Golf 1
Robin 'Tiger' Williams shows off his great finish in the World Junior Championships.

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

Golf