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Peterborough United reveal new away kit

Peterborough have revealed their away kit for the 2017/18 season.

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Parkway, winners of the Dan Duffy Trophy. From the left are, back, Tristan Morton, Jeff Newson, Paul Dalliday, Neil Wright, Joe Randall, Tony Scarr, Dick Noble (NBF deputy president), front, Tony Mace (NBF president), Pat Reynolds, James Harford, Fred Addy, Mike Robertson, Brian Martin, Stuart Reynolds.

County championship trebles for Warrington and Browning

Adam Warrington (Blackstones) and Kathy Browning (Yaxley) claimed title hat-tricks at the Northants Bowling Federation men’s and women’s finals at Parkway on Sunday.

Sarah Newson in action.

Hunts head to Holywell for finals

With places in the Bowls England national finals, which begin in Leamington next week, already decided, Hunts bowlers will be looking to head there as county champions when the finals are staged at the Holywell-cum-Needingworth club on Sunday.

Simon Lambert in action against Redcar.

Lambert getting better but it’s a painful business

It’s a case of no pain, no gain for Panthers man Simon Lambert at the moment.

Chris Harris out in front for Panthers in heat four against Redcar on Sunday.

Panthers boss still has eyes on a play-off spot

Team boss Carl Johnson refuses to accept that Panthers’ chances of making the SGB Championship play-offs are all but over.

Barry Mason.

It’s a golden moment for Mason

Despite weather conditions more akin to winter than mid-summer, there were some fine nets at Rookery Waters in the regular Saturday Open match.

Pete Sanderson.

Sanderson strikes on the Yew Pool

Hotpoint AC fished the difficult Yew Pool on the Decoy complex on Sunday, but with a lower than usual turnout everyone had a bit of extra room which as always makes a big difference.

Peterborough & DAA winner Michael Brooker.

Michael is on the up at Orton Downstream

The winner of the Peterborough & District AA Ollie Edwards Trophy at Orton Downstream was Michael Brooker.

Gary Lineker.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: Vain, smug, preachy and irritatingly verbose

Given the most recent news I might just boycott football TV shows this season, well those which don’t involve the peerless Gary Neville anyway.

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Amelia Monaghan won a bronze medal.


There was another medal for City of Peterborough Swimming Club (COPS) at the British Championships in Sheffield last night (July 26).

Peterborough Grand Prix 5K champion Michael Channing (right).

Heron swoops at Stamford but it’s Channing who takes the title

Ben Heron returned to winning ways with a fine performance in the Stamford 5k, the fourth race in the 2017 Peterborough Grand Prix Series.

Suzanne Dickens (left) and Ann  Curwen were pipped at the post in the Lombard Trophy Regional Final.

Delight and despair for Thorpe Wood pairing

Thorpe Wood duo Suzanne Dickens and Ann Curwen suffered mixed emotions at the big WPGA Lombard Trophy Regional Final at Camberley Heath Golf Club this week.

Eleanor Boothman signs on at Ancilla College in front of parents Robert and Lesley Boothman.

US scholarship for Posh player

A Peterborough United player has won a prestigious football scholarship in the United States.

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The victorious J14 coxed quad of, from the left,  Milly Hilton, Chloe Reed, Hannah Parker (cox), Eve Cresswell and Charlotte Bolton.

A great weekend on the Great Ouse for Peterborough City

Peterborough City Rowing Club were the dominant force at the St Neots Regatta at the weekend coming home with 11 wins and 12 second places.

Robin Tiger Williams
 in action. Picture:  Leaderboard Photography

ENGLAND UNDER 18 OPEN: Milton star Williams in second place

Peterborough Milton Golf Club’s young star Robin Tiger Williams was lying in second place going into the third round of the England Under 18 Open at West Sussex Golf Club today (July 27).

Anthony Grant appears to be ahead of Chris Forrester in the Posh pecking order.

GUESSING GAME: Who will make the first competitive Peterborough United starting line-up?

Manager Grant McCann reckons there are still first-team places up for grabs for Peterborough United’s opening League One fixture at home to Plymouth on August 5.

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Adam Long.

SIGNING NEWS: High praise for Long from predecessor

Adam Long will take over as Phantoms netminder with a glowing endorsement from the legendary player he is succeeding.

The Carabao Cup.

COMPETITION: Carabao Cup ticket winners are revealed

Trevor Smith from Long Sutton and Liz Dexter from Werrington have won two tickets each for Peterborough United’s Carabao Cup first round tie against League Two side Barnet on Tuesday, August 8.

Joe Perry has been fined �2,500 for breaching snooker's strict betting rules.

BREAKING NEWS: ‘Bored’ Perry fined for breaching betting rules

Joe Perry, who hails from Chatteris, has been fined and handed a suspended three-month ban from snooker after the former World Championship semi-finalist admitted breaching betting rules.

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Lewis Freestone on the stretch for Posh against Wolves. Photo: David Lowndes.

MATCH REACTION: Favours for a friend and a good work-out

Peterborough United manager Grant McCann insists he got what he wanted out of tonight’s friendly with Championship side Wolves (July 25).

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