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PLAYER INTERVIEW: Jerome ready to show his best form

Under-employed left-back Jerome Binnom-Williams admits he’s suffered from matchday nerves during his debut season at Peterborough United.

Posh
The start of last year's Langtoft 10k road race.

ROAD RACE: Langtoft 10k set for another record year

Entries are filling up fast with just a month to go until this year’s Langtoft 10k and 3k fun run on Sunday April 30.

Athletics
Posh teenager Leo Da Silva Lopes in action at Gillingham last Saturday. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

LATEST NEWS: Stats show how valuable Leo and Tom are to Peterborough United

Peterborough United have released statistics to prove the importance of teenage midfielder Leo Da Silva Lopes and striker Tom Nichols to the squad.

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Claire Steels.

DUATHLON: Claire joins Elite League in France

Peterborough Triathlon Club (PACTRAC) member Claire Steels has started racing on a regular basis in France.

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Ryan Tafazolli won't be playing for Posh against Charlton.

LATEST NEWS: Taf ruled out, Samuelsen could be back in, reserve report and who has Posh boss been watching?

Central defender Ryan Tafazolli has been ruled out of Saturday’s (April 1) League One game against Charlton at the ABAX Stadium because of a groin injury.

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Joe Perry suffered a first round defeat in China.

SNOOKER: Costly defeat for Perry in China

Joe Perry fell at the first hurdle in the China Open in Beijing and the first round defeat means he now has to qualify for next month’s world championships.

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The title-winning March Ladies first XI. Back row, left to right, Hana Howsam, Sarah Hussey, Louise Roberts, Felicity Allen (captain), Lorna Larham, Lauren Lakey and Carly Stevenson, front, Maggie Powell, Genevieve Tibbett, Rachel Howsam, Charlotte Norman, Charlotte Tweed

ROUND-UP: Spalding win promotion to the big boys league, March ladies are triumphant

Spalding Hockey Club will be playing East Premier A Division hockey for the first time in their history next season.

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Josh Moreman (red) scored twice for Peterborough Sports against Potton. Photo: David Dawson.

ROUND-UP: Hot favourites have to fight hard to win a final place

Hot favourites Peterborough Sports had to fight back twice from a goal behind to reach the Hinchingbrooke Cup Final at PSL last night (March 28).

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Neymar. Photo: Shutterstock.

RUMOUR MILL: Man United ready to break world transfer record for Neymar | Henry wants to replace Wenger at Arsenal | Chelsea in pole position to sign Virgil van Dijk | Lamela set for Inter Milan

Jose Mourinho has reportedly held talks with Barcelona superstar Neymar about a move to Manchester United. The Red Devils are willing to activate the Brazilian’s £200m buyout clause. (Various)

Football
Michael Bostwick in action for Posh at Gillingham. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

PLAYER-OF-THE-YEAR: Who has been Peterborough United’s star man in 2016-17

It’s that time of the season when thoughts turn to voting for your Peterborough United player-of-the-season.

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Peterborough Sports striker Mark Jones (left, red) in action in the 3-0 win at Boston Town. Photo: David Dawson.

PREVIEW: Double-chasing Peterborough Sports in semi-final action

Peterborough Sports won four trophies in their ‘four-midable’ 2015-16 campaign. They continue the defence of the last of them tonight (March 28).

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Posh defender Jack Baldwin clears the ball in the game against Gillingham. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com

PLAYER INTERVIEW: Peterborough United are ready to build on a solid foundation

Peterborough United centre-back Jack Baldwin believes a platform has finally been built to ensure a strong finish to the League One season.

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Jake Jarman with his coach Ben Howells.

GYMNASTICS: Jarman crowned British champion

City gymnast Jake Jarman was celebrating a superb win at the British Championships in Liverpool at the weekend.

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City of Peterborough Ladies celebrate an historic promotion to the East Premier Division. Back row, left to right.  Anna Faux, Katy Lee, Lauren Finding (captain), Tierney Augustine, Jeorgia Carr, Georgia Morton, and Holly Naismith. Kneeling; Mel Ludlam, Robyn Gribble (vice captain) Emma Faux, Di Bevan, Kate Dixon and Ellie Bolsover. Front: Eliska Srnska Photo: David Lowndes.

MATCH REPORT: City of Peterborough Ladies celebrate in style

City of Peterborough Ladies completed a superb season in East Division One North in fantastic fashion yesterday (March 25).

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Action from the Thorney 10k road race. Picture: David Lowndes

RACE RESULT: PAC man Martin wins the Thorney 10k

Local runners filled the first three places in yesterday’s (March 26) Thorney 10k.

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Under 12 League Cup winners Yaxley Blue. They are Lewis Arber, Christopher Brazil, Francis Buckle, Ceri Hayes, Max Hill, Morgan Hossack, Daniel Irving, Harvey Laughton, Adrijan Lutolli, Taylor Roan, Louis Rodrguez, Connor Sanderson, Luke Simpson-Morris, Liam Unalkat and coaching staff Seb Hayes, Mark Arber and Ian Laughton.

JUNIOR CUP FINALS: Celebration time for Yaxley, March Soccer School and Stamford

There was junior cup final glory for Yaxley, March Soccer School and Stamford yesterday (March 26).

Local Football
Danny Sisson (red) scored for City of Peterborough in the big game at Old Loughtonians.

MATCH REPORT: Pride in defeat for City of Peterborough

City of Peterborough came off second best in their ‘do or die’ East Premier A Division game at Old Loughtonians on Saturday (March 25), but skipper Ross Booth was still proud of his players.

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Action from ICA Sports (blue) 2-1 PFA Senior Cup semi-final win over Warboys at Ringwood. Photo: David Lowndes.

ROUND-UP: Posh return for Hamish, Maltby the machine settles heavyweight clash, Randall’s romp, Luke having a ball for in-form Lions

Peterborough Premier Division rivals ICA Sports and Pinchbeck United will contest the PFA Senior Cup Final at the ABAX Stadium next month.

Local Football
Eden Hazard.

RUMOUR MILL: Hazard has ‘agreed deal to join Madrid’ | Liverpool and Manchester United to do battle for James | Arsenal and Atletico vie for Lacazette | Morata wanted by Chelsea | Schmeichel lined up to replace veteran Cech

Manchester United and Liverpool are among the big European clubs looking at Real Madrid star James Rodriguez. The Colombian, however, wants Champions League football next season. (The Sun)

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