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LATEST NEWS: Henry leaves Peterborough United

Peterborough United have released young goalkeeper Dion-Curtis Henry by mutual consent.

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Pete Morgan smashed 142 not out in a T20 game at Uffington.

ROUND-UP: Six sixes in an over for captain Morgan, holders sneak into semis, Fisher field day, two Dans save Nassington from the Birch

Bourne skipper Pete Morgan smacked six sixes in an over during a a sensational T20 innings last night (May 22).

Cricket
Jermaine Anderson.

LATEST NEWS: McCann believes Anderson will sign another Peterborough United contract

Peterborough United manager Grant McCann believes midfielder Jermaine Anderson will sign a new contract offer.

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Ashley Dibden in action. Picture: Norwich Photo

MOTORSPORT: Double delight for Dibden

Peterborough’s Ashley Dibden enjoyed a successful Brands Hatch meeting at the weekend (May 20/21) and extended his Monoposto F3 Championship lead with two wins and a second place.

Local Sport
Danny Oldham enjoyed a fine all-round game for Peterborough Town at Great & Little Tew.

NATIONAL CLUB KO: Peterborough Town go well in the Home Counties

Peterborough Town skipper David Clarke was thrilled with his depleted side’s win in the National Club Knockout competition yesterday (May 21).

Cricket
Kieran Jones claimed 5-18 for Oundle at Stamford.

RUTLAND LEAGUE: Stamford (37) lose to Hanno (38), Nick shines for the ‘Green and Gold’, Wisbech still perfect

Oundle import Hanno Kotze beat Stamford on his own yesterday (May 21).

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Vicky Gallagher scored for Star. Picture: Tim Gates

LADIES FOOTBALL: Iredale heads cup final winner for Star

Peterborough Northern Star Ladies yesterday (May 21) completed a cup double when capturing the East Midlands League Cup.

Local Football
Ketton all-rounder Tom Sole struck a half century on his Northants debut.

PREVIEW: Ketton, the kings of Twenty/20, are back in action

Ketton’s all-star Twenty/20 side make their seasonal bow in a Stamford Charity Cup quarter-final tonight (May 22).

Cricket
Panthers skipper Ulrich Ostergaard (front) survived a nasty spill in heat 15 at Newcastle. Paul Starke (rear) top scored for Panthers with 12 points.

MEETING REPORT: Changes could be on the way as city side lose again

Team boss Carl Johnson hinted that Peterborough Panthers are considering team changes after a third successive defeat last night (May 21).

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The brilliant Baston CE Primary School team at the English Schools Final at Stoke City FC.

SCHOOLS FINAL: Brilliant Baston are runners-up in a National Final.

Baston CE Primary finished a superb runners-up in the English FA small schools final at Stoke City FC yesterday (May 20).

Local Football
Lasse Bjerre guests for Panthers in Newcastle.

MEETING PREVIEW: Guests galore for Panthers in Newcastle

Peterborough Panthers will have three guests in their line-up at tonight’s (May 21) tough SGB Championship clash at Newcastle (6.30pm).

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Action from the Division Two play-off final between Tydd St Mary (red) and Langtoft United Reserves. Photo: David Lowndes.

FINALS ROUND-UP: Tydd bid for promotion is successful, Stanground lose second final as Moulton Harrox double up

A deadly three-goal burst in eight first-half minutes paved the way for Tydd St Mary to win promotion from Peterborough Division Two yesterday (May 20).

Local Football
Ross Keymer cracked 127 not out for Ufford Park against Saffron Walden seconds.

ROUND-UP: Ross is the boss as Ufford win, Rams also beat the rain

Ross Keymer cracked a brilliant century as Ufford Park moved up to third in Cambs Division Two.

Cricket
Market Deeping skipper Dave Sargeant struck 64 against Boston.

LINCS PREMIER DIVISION: The Bell tolled for disappointing Deeping

Market Deeping’s plight in the Lincs Premier Division gets worse by the week,

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Peterborough Town skipper David Clarke (right) leads the appeals during the Northants Premier Division match against Horton House. Photo: David Lowndes.

NORTHANTS PREMIER DIVISION: Dawborn feasts on raw meat as Peterborough Town win battle of the top two

A short game at Bretton Gate today (May 20), but one that emphasised a weakness of many present-day club cricketers.

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Panthers rider Simon Lambert broke his hand in Berwick.

MEETING REPORT: City riders suffer in Bandit country

Peterborough Panthers’ injury crisis took another turn for the worse as they crashed to defeat at rock-bottom SGB Championship side Berwick last night (May 20).

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Lasse Bjerre.

MEETING REPORT: Panthers frustrated by the weather

Panthers were left feeling frustrated after their Friday (May 19) fixture fell victim to the weather.

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Posh players celebrate their Football League Trophy success.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: Sadly Checkatrade cash is vital, an unknown hero, over-hyped manager

Of course I’d love the Checkatrade Trophy to be scrapped.

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Mark Tyler playing for Posh against Oldham last season.

LATEST NEWS: Tyler the coach will still play in an emergency

The expected appointment of Mark Tyler as full-time Peterborough United goalkeeping coach doesn’t mean the end of a 23-year, 788-game playing career.

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