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SPEEDWAY: Late burst earns Panthers a precious away win

Peterborough Panthers mounted a late charge to end the unbeaten home record of a set of Premier league play-off rivals last night (July 28).

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Craig Cook in action during the Premier League Fours Final. Picture: David Lowndes

Cook is bidding to serve up some World Cup glory

Panthers number one Craig Cook is bidding to help Great Britain rule the world . . . but he won’t have time to celebrate!

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Ulrich Ostergaard in action for Panthers in the Premier League Fours Final. Picture: David Lowndes

Panthers reserves may well be key to success

Panthers have been handed the challenge of climbing out of their slump by ending two 100 per cent home records in the space of four days.

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Simon Lambert in action.

SPEEDWAY: Lambert ruled out for the season

Panthers will be without influential Simon Lambert for the rest of the 2016 season.

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Craig Cook.

GB CALL-UP: Cook answers his country’s call

Peterborough Panthers number one Craig Cook will battle for World Cup glory this Saturday (July 30).

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Panthers skipper Ulrich Ostergaard in action in the Premier League Fours Final. Photo: David Lowndes.

PREMIER LEAGUE FOURS: Extravagant success for Panthers (even though they finished third out of four)

Peterborough Panthers promoter Ged Rathbone declared the biggest-ever Premier League Fours extravaganza a huge success - even though his own team failed to provide a silver lining.

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Panthers captain Ulrich Ostergaard. Photo: David Lowndes.

PREMIER LEAGUE FOURS: Captain wants to get his hands on some more silverware

Proud captain Ulrich Ostergaard wants to capture another major British speedway prize this weekend (July 23/24).

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Nikolaj Busk Jakobsen rode well for Panthers at Ipswich.

MATCH REPORT: Ipswich 57, Panthers 36: A bad night on and off the track

It was a bad Thursday night (July 21) for Peterborough Panthers on and off the track.

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Lasse Bjerre rides for Panthers at Ipswich tonight.

MEETING PREVIEW: Rathbone targets awayday success

Promoter Ged Rathbone reckons Peterborough Panthers have the potential to damage many home reputations during a daunting run of away fixtures.

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Nikolaj Busk Jakobsen on his way to the fastest race time of the season for Panthers. Photo: David Lowndes.

FASTEST RACE: Slick Nik to stay in the fast lane

Nikolaj Busk Jakobsen is being tipped to be a big hit in the remainder of the 2016 season.

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Peterborough Panthers' Nikolaj Busk Jakobsen on his way to to the fastest heat time of the season at Alwalton. Photo: David Lowndes.

MEETING REPORT: Three wishes come true for Panthers promoter

The three wishes of Peterborough Panthers promoter Ged Rathbone all came true last night (July 15).

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Panthers promoter Ged Rathbone.

MEETING PREVIEW: Passionate promoter appeals for more fans, more points and more success

Peterborough Panthers promoter Ged Rathbone has called for the club’s management, riders and supporters to pull together ahead of a crucial meeting tonight (July 15).

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Ex-Panther Michael Palm Toft scored 16 points for Scunthorpe at the Showground.

MATCH REPORT: Sacked rider sticks the boot into Panthers

Peterborough Panthers wasted the chance to go back to the top of the Premier League when slumping to defeat against a team climbing off the bottom last night (July 12).

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Former Panther Michael Palm Toft will be a threat for Scunthorpe against Panthers.

MEETING PREVIEW: Panthers will be back on top if they avoid slipping on a banana skin

A return to the top of the Premier League awaits for Peterborough Panthers tonight (July 12) . . . providing they can avoid slipping on a bottom-of-the-table banana-skin.

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Ashley Morris. Photo: Alex Summerfield.

NEW SIGNING: Stokes and Morris the men to replace injury victims

Peterborough Panthers have announced the signing a new rider this morning (July 11) - but they have also been hit by another injury blow.

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Ulrich Ostergaard contributed 10 of Panthers' 15 points in the Premier League pairs event.

PREMIER LEAGUE PAIRS: Panthers suffer in Somerset again

Peterborough Panthers suffered another night (July 8) to forget in Somerset.

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Nikolaj Busk Jakobsen in action against Somerset.

Panthers fans deserve so much better

Skipper Ulrich Ostergaard admits the Panthers supporters deserve better than the two dismal performances served up in their Premier League KO Cup exit at the hands of Somerset.

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Simon Lambert after crashing against Somerset.

Lambert will be back . . . for the play-offs!

Stricken Panthers star Simon Lambert has vowed to be back for a play-off challenge.

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Simon Lambert after breaking his hand in a crassh. Photo: David Lowndes.

KO CUP: Panthers and Lambert crash out in horror meeting

He wanted a miracle, but Peterborough Panthers promoter Ged Rathbone got a disaster instead.

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Craig Cook dashed back from Italy to race for Panthers. Photo: David Lowndes.

KO CUP PREVIEW: City side chase a miracle comeback

Peterborough Panthers promoter Ged Rathbone insists his team will not roll over in their Premier League KO Cup quarter-final, second leg today (July 3).

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