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NON-LEAGUE: A hat-trick of penalties, new boss for Holbeach, ton-up for Cotton, Stones hit second-placed team for six

Scott Coupland converted a hat-trick of penalties as Deeping Rangers stretched their unbeaten run in the United Counties Premier Division to 15 matches yesterday (December 3).

Non-League
Josh Moreman (smiling) scored twice for Peterborough Sports at Wembley.

FA VASE: Manager’s delight as perfect Peterborough Sports march on

Peterborough Sports manager Jimmy Dean was purring with delight after his side’s outstanding performance in the FA Vase at Wembley FC today (December 3).

Non-League
Sam Crooks drives forward for the Lions against Bridgnorth. Picture: Mick Sutterby

MATCH REPORT: Lions get it right in the end to see off Bridgnorth

A stirring second-half performance earned Peterborough Lions four welcome English Clubs Championship points this afternoon (Deceember 3).

Rugby union
Action from the Peterborough Premier Division game between Crowland (yellow) and Leverington. Leverington won 2-1. Photo: David Lowndes.

PETERBOROUGH LEAGUE: Last two runners-up do battle in PFA Senior Cup

Pick of the ties in the PFA Senior Cup today (December 3) sees the last two runners-up do battle at Langtoft United FC (2pm).

Local Football
Cello Renda in action.

TITLE FIGHT: Cello misses out in Southern Area fight

City boxer Cello Renda failed in his bid to become Southern Area super-middleweight champion in London last night (December 2)

Boxing
Posh players celebrate with their fans after a famous FA Cup win at Notts County.

MATCH PREVIEW: A famous FA Cup win for Peterborough United 35 years ago

Notts County were a far different club compared to now when Posh last played them in an FA Cup tie back in January 1981.

Posh
Nico Rosberg is a sporting hero for 2016.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: Rosberg is my hero. Cook out Root in, BBC disgrace

Nico Rosberg is not just my hero of the week, but my hero of the year for winning the Formula One World Championship.

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New Borough Rugby Club president Bruce Morley (centre).

CHANGE OF OFFICE: Morley made president at Borough

Peterborough Rugby Club have appointed Bruce Morley as their new president.

Rugby union
LOOKING BACK: Marlon Brando gets in on the act for Peter Pan

LOOKING BACK: Marlon Brando gets in on the act for Peter Pan

Pictured 20 years ago is the Peter Pan Reserves team that played in the Sunday Combination League. The shot was taken before a McCain Cup match against Paston Villa which Pan won 4-1 with goals by Mark Leivers (2), Carl Hurry and Marlon Brando. Pictured are Ben Symonds, Jim Norris, Carl Hurry, Darren Jackson, Julian Johnson, Lee Peacock, Mark Leivers, Jonathan Clarke, Mark Kohter, Michael Symonds, Duncan Judge, Matthew Rist, Errol Brando, Mark Williams, Marlon Brando and Donald Cliffe.

Sport
Jack Baldwin has a worrying knee injury.

MATCH PREVIEW: Baldwin knee injury is worrying says McCann

Posh manager Grant McCann revealed some worrying news about one of his star players at a press conference today (December 2).

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SHOCKED: Mildenhall Town manager Dean Greygoose says he knew nothing about his close friend Steve Walters being abused as a child at Crewe

EXCLUSIVE: Former Crewe goalkeeper says players ‘did not know’ about child abuse

Former Crewe Alexandra player and current Mildenhall Town manager Dean Greygoose has given a robust defence of himself and other players who were at the club during the historic child abuse allegations.

Crime
Brad Inman in training.

LATEST NEWS: Inman rises from rock bottom to be on the verge of Peterborough United debut

Brad Inman admits he hit rock bottom six weeks after signing for Peterborough United.

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GB ladies hockey goalkeeper Maddie Hinch (right) with captain Kate Richardson-Walsh.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: How to make SPOTY even more boring

Well done the BBC for making their Sports Personality of the Year (SPOTY) competition even more boring than normal.

Hockey
Lorena Ismail.

KICKBOXING: Lorena lands another top title

Young city martial arts star Lorena Ismail (10) finished her outstanding year on the kickboxing curcuit in style at the weekend when winning two titles (girls Under 30kg and Under 35kg) at the WKU English Open Championships in Birmingham.

Local Sport
SportsAid chairman Phil Elmer with Jake Reed and Lauren Steadman.

SPORTSAID: Steadman a very special speaker

Peterborough SportsAid Foundation rounded off the year with a visit from Sawtry’s Paralympic medallist Lauren Steadman as their guest speaker at their recent luncheon held at the Marriott Hotel.

Sport
Darius Pliskauskas scores his second of the night against Manchester. Picture: Tom Scott

Levers ruled out until the New Year

Phantoms could be without one of their stars of the season until the New Year.

Phantoms
Ales Padelek fires the puck home to take the score to 7-1 against Manchester. Pucture: Tom Scott

No time to take our foot off the gas says Koulikov

Phantoms coach Slava Koulikov has warned his players they cannot afford to relax despite a lighter workload.

Phantoms
James Archer celebrates scoring with Ben Russell, both team-mates with Manchester last season. Picture: Tom Scott

No joy for Weldon in slaughtering some good friends

Man-of-the-match Will Weldon admitted it was difficult to enjoy Phantoms’ slaughter of English Premier League basement boys Manchester last Sunday.

Phantoms
Pictured is the Peterborough Police Amateur Boxing Club team at Nottingham. From the left they are Chris Baker,  Imran Aref, Artur Tomasevic, Kacper Kozak, Akif Shirazi and (at the front) Imraan Shirazi.

Terrific treble for the Police lads

There were wins all round when three Peterborough Police Amateur Boxing Club fighters boxed at a show in Nottingham at the weekend.

Boxing
Cello Renda fights for the Southern Area title.

Renda and Wheeler plan to dish out some capital punishment

It’s a massive weekend for local boxing as Peterborough professionals Cello Renda and Karl Wheeler hit the title trail.

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