Jagger leads the way for PAC with an awesome foursome

The old Masters from Nene Valley Harriers and Peterborough AC were jumping for joy at Corby last Wednesday as both clubs secured qualification for the Eastern Veterans League finals (writes Barry Warne).

Nene Valleys Kimberly Miller in action in the 300m.

Addison on a high as Harriers take top spot on super Sunday

Nene Valley Harriers showed that ‘Sensational Sundays’ aren’t just reserved for Olympians as they pulled off a fine East Anglian League victory at their home track.

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British champion Phil Martin.

MARATHON EFFORT: Phil retains his British title

Bushfield Joggers’ Phil Martin made short work of retaining his British Masters marathon title when successfully defending his crown on the Isle of Man at the weekend.

Steve Robinson on his way to victory in the Thorney 5. Picture: Chris Lowndes

THORNEY 5: Peterborough Athletic Club are kings of the road

Peterborough Athletic Club dominated yesterday’s (August 14) Thorney 5 road race.

Adam Peaty should win all the sports personality of the year contests.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: I love the Olympics, but it’s not the ‘Greatest Show on Earth’

No event with Justin Gatlin in it has the right to call itself ‘the Greatest Show on Earth.’

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Ella Robinson.

Nene Valley youngsters cruise into the play-offs

Nene Valley Harriers secured their place in the prestigious end-of-season Eastern Young Athletes League play-off final with a solid performance at Norwich on Sunday (writes Barry Warne).

Man-of-the-match Ollie Bowling.

Harriers are doomed but team boss Needham remains upbeat

Nene Valley Harriers suffered an agonising exit from Division Three of the British League on Saturday.

Peterborouigh 5k Grand Prix Series champion Stuart Haw.

ATHLETICS: Peterborough AC are kings of the road

Peterborough Athletic Club’s road race dominance continued last week with Stuart Haw securing overall victory in the Peterborough 5k Grand Prix Series.

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Aaron Scott.

Scott scorches to impressive win in high-class field

Aaron Scott outran a high-class field to comfortably win the inaugural Great Grimsby 10k on Sunday.

UK’s greatest Olympic memories

UK’s greatest Olympic memories

Mo Farah, Jessica Ennis-Hill and Greg Rutherford grabbing gold in a 44-minute blitz at London 2012’s ‘Super Saturday’ has been hailed the nation’s favourite Olympic memory of all time.

First female Grace Mullins.

Goringe in pole position with one Grand Prix to go

Kettering Town Harrier Jonathan Goringe romped to victory in race number four of the Peterborough 5k Grand Prix Series at Ferry Meadows.

Nicky Morgan.

Harriers veteran Nicky races into the UK top 20

Nene Valley Harriers veteran Nicky Morgan continued her golden summer when winning the Cambridgeshire senior ladies mile championship at St Ives.

David Bush was successful in the javelin.

EAST ANGLIAN LEAGUE: Nene Valley Harriers enjoy a field day

Nene Valley Harriers had a field day at the Cambridge University Athletics Arena last Sunday (July 17).

William Hughes on the podium at Ashford.

SCHOOLS INTERNATIONAL: Home nations silver for Hughes

Nene Valley Harriers’ sprint prodigy Williams Hughes represented England last weekend (July 16), taking on the best from the home nations.

Nicky Morgan.

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

There were two new names on the roll of honour at the the third race of the Peterborough 2016 Grand Prix Series in Stamford.

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

Peterborough Athletic Club athletes notched up win after win in their home Southen League Division Three match at the Embankment (July 9).

Emma Hornsby extended her own club record at Crawley.

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

Neene Valley Harriers should have secured another season in Southern League Division One wigth a third-place finish in the penultimate meeting of the season at Crawley.

Siliver medalist William Hughes.

ENGLISH SCHOOLS CHAMPIONSHIPS: Terrific medal haul for local clubs

There was double-medal success for both Peterborough Athletic Club (PAC) and Nene Valley Harriers at the English Schools Championships in Gateshead yesterday (July 10)

Hannah Molyneaux won a third English Schools gold medal.

ATHLETICS: Another gold for big-shot Molyneaux

Golden girl Hannah Molyneaux maintained her perfect record at the English Schools Championships in Gateshead today (July 8) by grabbing a third consecutive gold medal.

David Bush.

Harriers cursing their luck after a bad day at the seaside

Saturday certainly turned out to be ‘one of those days’ for luckless Nene Valley Harriers.

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