Peterborough Lions

Peterborough Lions

Lions suffer opening day jitters but no-one’s unduly worried

Peterborough Lions head coach Darren Fox and his chairman Andy Moore were singing from the same hymn sheet on Saturday after a disappointing start to the new National League season.

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Kaz Henderson celebrates after Ben Howerd (right) had scored the second Lions try. Picture: Mick Sutterby

MATCH REPORT: Lions pipped at the post by Derby

Peterborough Lions suffered a heart-breaking defeat in their opening National League match of the season today (September 3).

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Pete Kolakowski has signed for the Lions.

Fox has assembled his best-ever Lions squad

Peterborough Lions are in great shape and raring to roar into action against Derby at Bretton Park on Saturday (3pm).

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New Lions players Nico Defeo (left) and Tom Aviss.

Italian international joins Peterborough Lions

Peterborough Lions have made their second big signing of the summer.

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The Peterborough Lions contingent who were celebrating at Twickenham today. From the left are Sam Crooks, Darren Fox, Will Carrington, Adam, Barnard, Tom Lewis and Del Veenendaal. Picture: Mick Sutterby

RUGBY: Lions players and coach enjoy a Twickenham victory

Five Peterborough Lions players and their head coach Darren Fox were celebrating a famous victory at Twickenham today (May 29).

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Del Veenendaal scored a try for East Midlands.

RUGBY: Lions players and their coach set for Twickenham final

Five Peterborough Lions players plus their head coach Darren Fox are off to Twickenham at the weekend.

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Lions new scrum-half Tom Aviss in action for Ampthill against Cambridge.

RUGBY: Lions are building on and off the pitch

Things are looking up both on and off the pitch down at the Peterborough Lions’ den at Bretton Park.

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Chris Humphrey leads the Lions off the pitch for the last time. Picture: Mick Sutterby

Lions lose two star players and Borough chalk up a record win

Peterborough Lions won their last game of the season and the 29-12 success over Longton at Bretton Park secured a highly plausible fourth-place finish in National League Division Three.

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Jack Lewis scores a late try for the Lions against Hinckley. Picture: Mick Sutterby

RUGBY: Lions pipped at the post, Borough are safe

Peterborough Lions came within a whisker of upsetting National League Division Three high-flyers Hinckley at Bretton Park this afternoon (April 2) while Borough secured their place in Midlands Division Two East (South) for next season.

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