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The Hampton College team going great guns in the English Schools FA Cup.

SCHOOLS FOOTBALL: Hampton College going great guns in the FA Cup

Hampton College have breezed into the fifth round of the English Schools FA Cup.

Junior football news from the Peterborough Telegraph - peterboroughtoday.co.uk, @peterboroughtel on Twitter

Netherton and Northern Star set for a semi-final showdown

Big city rivals Netherton and Northern Star will clash in the semi-finals of the Under 14 League Cup.

Action from  Hampton Under 16s  v Peterborough Sports Under 16s.

Glinton bring down the Jets in county cup

Two Peterborough Youth League Under 18 sides advanced to county cup quarter-finals on Sunday.

Peterborough & District League football news from the Peterborough Telegraph - peterboroughtoday.co.uk, @peterboroughtel on Twitter

Perfect 10 for Whittlesey ahead of PFA Cup defence

Whittlesey Athletic start their defence of the prestigious PFA Senior Cup with a second round tie at Uppingham on Saturday.

Kevin Friend's day started at Fulbridge Road Academy. Picture: RWT Photography

Over 400 city pupils make a new Friend

Premiership referee Kevin Friend certainly put in a full shift when he visited Peterborough last week.

The players pictured at a recent Netherton United Walking Football session.

You’ll never walk alone - at least not down at The Grange

If you still want to play football but the legs have gone, then never fear Walking Football is here.

Cassie Steward scored for Star.

LADIES FOOTBALL: Rough justice again for Star against Solihull

For the second time this season Peterborough Northern Star Ladies suffered a controversial defeat against Solihull in the FA Women’s Premier League.

Two-goal Ian Bradbury (blue) in action for Moulton Harrox against Langtoft.

FOOTBALL: Hat-trick heroes keep Sports in touch at the top

Gary Gibbs and Dan Fountain both scored hat-tricks as Peterborough Sports Reserves maintained their Peterborough Premier Division title challenge with a 6-0 win over Crowland on Saturday (November 21).

A top-flight of just five teams as Ploughman pull out

The Peterborough Sunday Morning Premier Division is now down to five teams following the withdrawal of Ploughman FC.

Youth football news from the Peterborough Telegraph - peterboroughtoday.co.uk, @peterboroughtel on Twitter

Super Sunday for Star in the PFA Cup

It was a super Sunday for Peterborough Northern Star in the PFA Under 15 Cup with both their teams winning by massive margins.

Pitured is the Crowland Under 13 team beaten 6-3 by Park Farm Black in the Hereward Cup. From the left they are, back,  Jacob Hendy, Arturs Sinavskis, Mados Jurkstas, Ash Carr, Ewan Hoyles, Kai Holmes, Jack Wortley, front,  Louis Carr, Charlie Nicholls, Kyre Santoro, Tyler Wortley, Pijus Abiomavicius.

Deadman very much alive as Park Farm cruise through

This year’s Under 13 Hereward Cup final could well turn out to be an all-Park Farm affair.

Pictured is the Oundle Town team beaten 3-0 by Netherton Reserves in Division One. From the left are, back, Charles Garrard, Donal Moran, Joe Koris, James Chambers, Daniel Wagstaff, Mark Hodgson, Luke Keane, front, Max Jelliman, Ben Lockley, Robbie Lincoln, Johnathan Sturgeon, Neil White, Jonny Hipwell and Dylan Warriner.

Something to Crow-land about after 12 successive defeats

Crowland manager Paul Lucas is confident his side will soon shed their reputation as one of the Peterborough League Premier Division’s whipping boys.

Cassie Steward gets in a header for Northern Star against Peterborough United. Picture: Tim Gates

LADIES FOOTBALL: Star too good for Peterborough United

Peterborough Northern Star took the honours in the big local derby against Peterborough United in the Northants Cup yesterday (November 15).

Action from the Division One game between Netherton Reserves  and Oundle Town. Netherton won 3-0.

FOOTBALL: Dooner double ends a dozen-game losing streak

It was a great day (November 14) for teams at the bottom end of the Peterborough Premier Division, highlighted by Crowland Town’s 2-1 win over Deeping Rangers Reserves.

Action from the game between Stanground Under 16s and Deeping Rangers Claret. Stanground won 2-1.

Three trebles for March and Deeping

It was certainly a weekend for hat-trick heroes in the Peterborough Youth League Under 16 KO Cup competition.

Pictured is a team from the Bushfield-based IPTA (International Premier Talent Academy) who did well at a tournament in Stuttgart recently which featured the likes of Bayern Munich, FC Basel, Mainz 05, Hertha Berlin and Fortuna Dusseldorf. The Peterborough lads  won their group and progressed to the last four in the knockout stages before losing 3-1 to VFL Nendingen. The squad was Daniel Irving, Finn Bryant, Robert Goulding, Thomas Williams, William Robinson, Taye Roberts, Logan Robinson and Elliott Hannan. Bayern Munch won the tournament.

Jack’s the lad for Hampton Royal in big Hereward Cup win

It’s still early days but Hampton Royal Under 12s are looking good for a Junior Alliance league and cup double.

Netherton's Tom Flatters (left) in action in the 2-1 win over Deeping Reserves.

Six of the best battling it out for the Premier Division title

Whittlesey Athletic manager Andy Lodge reckons it’s perm any one from six teams to find the winner of the Peterborough Premier Division this season.

Action from Netherton's 2-1 win over Deeping Rangers Reserves. Photo: David Lowndes.

FOOTBALL: Top-flight clubs out for the count-y, Fortune shoots Netherton into second place

Peterborough League Premier Division sides found county cups too tough on Saturday (November 7).

Vicky Gallagher (no 16) scores for Star. Picture: Tim Gates

LADIES FOOTBALL: Gallagher grabs another treble as Star enjoy a big cup win

Peterborough Noirthern Star Ladies cruised into the first round proper of the Women’s FA Cup yesterday (November 8) when thrashing Hemel Hempstead Town 8-0.

Peterborough Northern Star Under 18s are pictured before their 7-1 win over Riverside. From the left they are, back, Ryan Jones, Billy May, Luke Lockhead, Bradlee Page, Alex Slater, John Stubbs, Trent Stanley, Massimo Roccino, Richard Knighton, front, Callum Pacey, Ruben Rey, Ryan Jones, Sam Holmes, George Dowds and Tom Branch.

Thorpe Wood Rangers in red-hot form

Thorpe Wood Rangers Red have opened up a three-point lead at the top of Under 15 Division Three in the Peterborough Youth League.

Junior football news from the Peterborough Telegraph - peterboroughtoday.co.uk, @peterboroughtel on Twitter

It’s ding-dong Bell as Wasps fly to a massive county cup win

It was a super Sunday for Peterborough Junior Alliance League teams involved in Northants Under 14 Cup action.

Avelino Vieira scored for Peterborough Sports.

NON-LEAGUE FOOTBALL: Super Sports make it a deadly dozen

Peterborough Sports increased their lead at the top of Division One in the ChromaSport & Trophies United Counties League to seven points by winning 5-1 at Oakham last night (November 4).

Vicky Gallagher hit a hat-trick for Northern Star.

LADIES FOOTBALL: Gallagher grabs three as Star beat Brummies

Peterborough Northern Star brushed aside Birmingham and West Midlands 4-1 yesterday (November 1) in the FA Women’s Premier League at Chestnue Avenue.

Peterborough Sports Reserves goalscorer Gary Gibbs in action against Holbeach Reserves. Photo: David Lowndes.

FOOTBALL: Spot-kick heartache for city sides, Whittlesey wonders on fire

Peterborough Sports Reserves and AFC Stanground were both knocked out of the PFA Senior Cup on penalties on Saturday (October 31).

Youth football news from the Peterborough Telegraph - peterboroughtoday.co.uk, @peterboroughtel on Twitter

Pam fires a treble to hurt Harriers

James Pam is having a great season in front of goal.

Pictured is the Yaxley Under 13 team beaten 6-3 by Wisbech St Mary. From the left are, back, Martin Rowell, Leon Roberts, Kyall Woods, Oliver Wildman, Alfie Webb, Oliver Douse, Finley Kilby, Joseph Hughes, Josh Hogg, Tom Douse, front, Jamie Lane, Harper Bingham, Jack Roe, Jack Neal, Toby Downes, Kyle Rowell and Louis Whiffin.

Saunders scores the crucial goal in top-of-the-table clash

Ben Saunders was the toast of his Whittlesey Blue Under 12 team-mates after scoring the only goal in a top-of-the-table clash.

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