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CHARITY DAY: The winning team were in the pink

Over £800 was raised from a day’s hockey at the SWAN (Syndrome Without A Name) UK Charity Day at City of Peterborough Hockey Club’s Bretton Gate base (July 9).

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Hockey news from the Peterborough Telegraph, peterboroughtoday.co.uk/sport, @pboroSport on Twitter

CHARITY DAY: City club raising money for SWAN

City of Peterborough Hockey Club host a SWAN (Syndrome Without A Name) Charity Day at Bretton Gate tomorrow (July 9).

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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

Rudyard Kipling’s famous poem If, extracts from which appear above the players’ entrance at Wimbledon’s Centre Court, have become all too real for three Bourne Grammar School students.

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Adam Drake (centre) has been selected for England again.

INTERNATIONAL CALL-UP: Drake to serve his country in Glasgow

City of Peterborough star Adam Drake makes his annual trip to the over 40s International Home Nations tournament this weekend.

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Wisbech Over 40s at the Olympic Park with their winners' medals.

HOCKEY: Fenmen are crowned national champions

Wisbech Hockey Club have national champions in their ranks.

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Hockey news from the Peterborough Telegraph, peterboroughtoday.co.uk/sport, @pboroSport on Twitter

HOCKEY: City of Peterborough’s top performers are rewarded

Alex Armstrong, Ben Read and Anna Faux collected the main first XI awards at the City of Peterborough Hockey Club presentation night.

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Roger Brummitt Trophy winners Camp Retro. Photo: David Lowndes.

HOCKEY: All smiles in the Retro Camp as first-timers win Brummitt Trophy

First time entrants Camp Retro won the Roger Brummitt Mixed Hockey Trophy at Bretton Gate today (April 17).

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Last year's Brummitt champions  Ragamuffins A.

It’s the return of the Ragamuffins

Ragamuffins, a team from hosts City of Peterborough, will be back to defend their Roger Brummitt Mixed Hockey Trophy at Bretton Gate this weekend.

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Hockey news from the Peterborough Telegraph, peterboroughtoday.co.uk/sport, @pboroSport on Twitter

HOCKEY: City of Peterborough teenagers are unlucky losers

City of Peterborough were unlucky losers in their semi-final of the English Hockey Under 18 Cup yesterday (April 3).

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Action from City of Peterborough v Beeston. Photo: David Lowndes.

HOCKEY: City of Peterborough aim to go one better and win the East League next season

City of Peterborough Hockey Club can reflect on an outstanding season at mens’ first XI level.

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Bourne Deeping hockey team (back)  Shane Carlton, Andy Briault, Stuart Biggs, Phil Arnold, Richard Collins, Tom Richardson, Andy Williams, Alex Glover, Joe Wray. (front) Jonny Allen, Andrew Kind, James Sharp, Chris Clarkson, Aaron Dawson, Andrew Fletcher and Simon Thomas EMN-160320-173354009

HOCKEY: Bourne Deeping Dragons beaten in England Hockey Men’s Trophy semi-final

Bourne Deeping Men’s 1st team were knocked out the England Hockey Trophy with a 5-2 defeat to Guernsey in the semi-final on Sunday.

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City of Peterborough goalkeeper Cameron Goodey and defender James Fisher (red) cleared the ball during the HA Cup semi-final with Beeston. Photo: David Lowndes.

HOCKEY: City of Peterborough 1, Beeston 5: Pride in Peterborough, but no final place for City

In the end the gulf in class was too great, but City of Peterborough can be proud of their English Hockey cup exploits this season.

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DALROD managing director David Lane (centre, back row) with the City of Peterborough Hockey Club team, and sports club officials, before a HA Cup semi-final with Beeston. Photo: David Lowndes.

Bretton Gate becomes the ‘DALROD Sports Ground’

A leading city company has purchased ground-naming rights at Peterborough’s top sports club.

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Wisbech Ladies celebrate their East Division One North title success. Photo: Lisa Williamson.

HOCKEY: Wisbech Ladies win title, City of Peterborough finish a fine fourth

Wisbech Ladies have won the East Division One North title after drawing their final game at Blueharts 1-1 yesterday (March 19).

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Action from a Bourne Deeping (dark shirts) game earlier this year. Photo: David Lowndes.

HOCKEY: Bourne Deeping Dragons chasing an Olympic Stadium date

Bourne Deeping Dragons attempt to book a date at the Olympic Stadium by winning their English Hockey Trophy semi-final against Guernsey at Sir Arthur Mellows Village College tomorrow (March 20, 1pm).

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Action from City of Peterborough's game against Wapping (white). Photo: David Lowndes.

HOCKEY: City of Peterborough set for one of the biggest days in their history

It’s one of the biggest days in City of Peterborough’s history on Sunday (March 20) when they host Beeston in the semi-finals of the English Hockey Cup at Bretton Gate (2pm start).

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Ross Ambler (red) of City of Peterborough in action against Wapping. Photo: David Lowndes.

HOCKEY: City of Peterborough lose their do-or-die battle with new champions Wapping

A lacklustre first-half display cost City of Peterborough in their quest to keep alive East Premier A Division title hopes.

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Goalkeeper Bekki Warr was player-of-the-match for City of Peterborough at Norwich City.

HOCKEY: Wisbech set fair for title after City of Peterborough slip up

City of Peterborough Ladies title hopes in East Division Ine North were dashed yesterday (March 12) as they slipped to a 2-0 defeat at Norwich City.

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Joe Finding (red) will be a kay man for Peterborough Town against Wapping. Photo: David Lowndes.

HOCKEY: Do-or-die for City of Peterborough’s title hopes

It’s do-or-die for City of Peterborough tomorrow (March 12, 1pm) as they host Wapping at Bretton Gate in a game that could decide the destination of the East Premier A Division title.

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Adam Wilson (red) scored twice for City of Peterborough against Blueharts. Photo: David Lowndes.

HOCKEY: Easy win sets up Saturday showdown for City of Peterborough

City of Peterborough’s East Premier A Division title hopes remain alive - and they face a Saturday showdown against leaders Wapping at Bretton Gate this weekend (March 12).

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