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PREVIEW: Tough start to cup defence for Cuckoos

Yaxley couldn’t have a much tougher start to their defence of the United Counties League Cup trophy.

Action from yesterday's game between Peterborough Northern Star Ladies and Peterborough United Ladies. Picture: Gary Reed

LADIES FOOTBALL: Star beat big rivals Posh in the FA Cup

Peterborough Northern Star took the honours in yesterday’s (September 17) big city derby against Peterborough United.

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Action from Netherton B (red) v Ramsey Reserves at the Grange. Photo: David Lowndes.

PETERBOROUGH LEAGUE: Reserve side restore club honour, hot top three keep winning, Jacks are all right for Whittlesey

Some of the anguish felt by Peterborough Sports first team on Saturday (September 16) was washed away by the performance of the club’s reserve side.

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Goalkeeper Jonathan Bond keeps his concentration as Posh defend a Walsall corner. Photo: Joe Dent/

MATCH REACTION: Ambitious Peterborough United frustrated by Walsall draw

The ambition of the current Peterborough United squad was laid bare after Saturday’s 1-1 League One draw at Walsall (September 16).

Posh fans at Northampton earlier this season.

COMPETITION: Win tickets to see Peterborough United take on Cobblers

The Peterborough Telegraph has teamed up with Checkatrade, official title sponsor of the Checkatrade Trophy, to offer 10 lucky fans the chance to win four tickets apiece to Peterborough United v Northampton at the ABAX Stadium on Tuesday October 3.

ACADEMY UPDATE: Peterborough United manager quizzed by One Touch students

ACADEMY UPDATE: Peterborough United manager quizzed by One Touch students

The new 16+ One Touch Football Academy & Education Scholarship, based at The Grange, home of Netherton Utd FC, has got off to a great start.

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Posh striker Junior Morias congratulates the officials at full-time at Walsall. Photo: Joe Dent/

MATCH COMMENT: WALSALL 1 PETERBOROUGH UNITED 1: Life’s certainties: deaths, taxes and blundering football officials

If Benjamin Franklin was alive today he’d add incompetent Football League officiating to death and taxes as life’s only certainties.

Connor Pilbeam of Peterborough Northern Star (right) celebrates his goal with Zam Munton during the 3-3 draw with Sileby. Photo: Chantelle McDonald. @cmcdphotos

UNITED COUNTIES LEAGUE: Brilliant Blackstones on cloud nine, hat-trick for Bourne, Star share six goals, Tigers, Fenman and Cuckoos all win

Blackstones delivered a brillaint display to smash Oakham United in Division One of the United Counties League today (September 16).

Josh Moreman scores Peterborough Sports' consolation goal in a 9-1 hammering by Stocksbridge Park Steels. Photo: James Richardson.

EVO STIK LEAGUE: Peterborough Sports are embarrassed by a club record thrashing, Daniels cruise, 10-man Tulips held after missing spot-kick

Peterborough Sports suffered the embarrassment of a club record 9-1 home defeat at the hands of Stocksbridge Park Steels today (September 16).

Deeping goalscorer Dan Schiavi in action in the FA Cup tie against Kidderminster. Photo: David Lowndes.

MATCH REPORT: Deeping Rangers 2, Kidderminster 4: Record crowd sees Deeping bow out of the FA Cup

There was to be no FA Cup glory for Deeping Rangers, but they at least went out of the world’s greatest knockout competition with a bang rather than a whimper.

Gwion Edwards volleys home the Posh equaliser at Walsall. Photo: Joe Dent/

PLAYER VERDICTS: Decent displays all over the park

Peterborough United’s defence was rock solid and the forward line came alive after the break as a precious League One point was earned at Walsall today (September 16).

Junior Morias stares as the assistant referee who robbed him of a winning goal at Walsall. Photo: Joe

MATCH REACTION: McCann fuming as ‘crazy’ decision robs Peterborough United of victory

Peterborough United manager Grant McCann was left fuming as his side were denied a come-from-behind victory at Walsall today (September 16).

Gwion Edwards of Peterborough United celebrates scoring his goal. Picture: Joe Dent

ON-THE-WHISTLE-REPORT: Walsall 1, Peterborough United 1: Edwards saves a point for Posh

Gwion Edwards, stretchered off in this fixture last season, claimed a point-saving equaliser for Peterborough United at Walsall today (September 16).

Lewis Webb of Peterborough Sports in action.

PREVIEW: Peterborough Sports are fit and raring to go again

Peterborough Sports seek a first win in four matches in Division One South of the Evo Stik League tomorrow (September 16, 3pm).

Hero of the week Jimmy Anderson.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: England’s shallow talent pool, heroic Anderson, pundits dim, Murray smart

Guess the England cricket squad for the Ashes tour this winter has become a popular game in the national press.

Netherton central defender Chris Hansford.

LATEST NEWS: Six of the best for Netherton in Peterborough League squad

Netherton United have provided six players for the 2017-18 Inter-League Peterborough & District squad

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Deeping manager Michael Goode.

BIG MATCH PREVIEW: Deeping primed for the biggest game in the club’s history

Deeping Rangers are ready to do themselves justice in the biggest game in the club’s history.

Anthony Grant is expected to be recalled for Posh at Walsall.

PREVIEW: Peterborough United attempt to breach a League One fortress

Peterborough United manager Grant McCann insists midweek results will be irrelevant when his team travels to Walsall for a League One fixture tomorrow (September 16).

Liam Shephard druing his Posh debut against MK Dons. Photo: Joe Dent/

INTERVIEW: Liam won’t be resting on his laurels after an impressive debut

Right-back Liam Shephard received a round of applause from team-mates after an impressive full Peterborough United debut in the 2-0 League One win over MK Dons on Tuesday.

Peterborough United Manager Grant McCann with Ryley before the game

Peterborough United manager’s special invitation to family who had life turned upside down

He may have guided Peterborough United to second in the league but Grant McCann showed he understood the true value of football by inviting the family of a teenager who suffered brain damage to the derby match against MK Dons.

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