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Good news for Panthers fans as Rathbone decides to carry on

Promoter Ged Rathbone has given Panthers the green light to race on in 2017.

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Craig Cook in action.

MEETING REPORT: Predictable end for Panthers as Monarchs rule

A painful season came to a predictable end for Peterborough Panthers last night (September 23)

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Craig Cook rides for Panthers in Edinburgh.

MEETING PREVIEW: Guests galore in farcical finale

Peterborough Panthers will track just two of their own riders in a farcical 2016 finale tonight (September 23).

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Craig Cook in action against Edinburgh last month.

Panthers are looking to end a sad season on a cheerful note

Team boss Carl Johnson insists Panthers will be gunning for victory in a meaningless conclusion to a difficult Premier League season tomorrow night (Friday).

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Anders Thomsen will miss the trip to Edinburgh.

FINAL FIXTURE: It’s a ‘pointless’ trip to Edinburgh on Friday

Peterborough Panthers have arranged their final fixture . . . but the result won’t count towards the final Premier League standings.

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Anders Thomsen crashed out of a European Championship event.

EURO CHAMPIONSHIP: An abrupt and painful end for Anders

Peterborough Panthers rider Anders Thomsen’s first Speedway Euro Championship (SEC) campaign came to a painful conclusion last night (September 17).

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Panthers have been unable to scheduled their final Premier Leahue fixture in Edinburgh.

PLAY-OFF BATTLE: Promoter fury at farcical situation

Peterborough Panthers promoter Ged Rathbone has called the conclusion to the Premier League season ‘highly unsatisfactory’.

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Panthers promoter Ged Rathbone.

MEETING REACTION: Tearful promoter contemplating his future

An emotional Peterborough Panthers promoter Ged Rathbone admits two seasons in charge of the city club have left him drained.

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Lasse BJerre in action for Panthers against Rye House. Photo: David Lowndes.

MEETING REPORT: Play-off hopes alive after last heat decider

Sit down, take a deep breath and await a major revelation . . . Peterborough Panthers have won a home meeting!

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Panthers' number one Craig Cook collected just five points at the Premier League Riders Championships in Sheffield.

RIDERS CHAMPIONSHIP: No joy for city stars

There was no joy for Peterborough Panthers’ two representatives in the big Premier League Riders’ Championship last night (September 11).

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Ulrich Ostergaard in action for Panthers.

SPEEDWAY NEWS: Ostergaard to defend his crown after all

Peterborough Panthers captain Ulrich Ostergaard has received an 11th hour opportunity to defend his Premier League Riders Championship title.

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Anders Thomsen leads the way for Panthers in heat five. Picture: David Lowndes

MEETING REPORT: Another miserable night at the Showground

He ripped up the team. He ripped up the track. But he couldn’t rip up the formbook.

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Richard Hall  (third from left) celebrates Panthers Elite League Grand Final triumph in 2006.

Hall hoping to win another title with Panthers

Richard Hall hopes to become a Panthers title hero all over again.

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Speedway postponement.

MEETINGS OFF; Double-header is postponed

Peterboroughh Panthers have been forced to postpone their crucial Premier League double header tomorrow (September 4).

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Kenneth Bjerre just missed out on a World Championship slot.

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP: Run-off heartbreak for Kenneth

Peterborough Panthers star Kenneth Bjerre suffered heartbreak last night (September 3) in his bid to seal a World Championship return.

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Promoter Ged Rathbone (right) welcomes Kenneth Bjerre back to Alwalton.

The return of the quick Panther is a major boost

Kenneth Bjerre could potentially miss the birth of his second child to pull Panthers out of a Premier League pickle.

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Danny Halsey in action in heat two against Redcar. Picture: David Lowndes

MEETING REPORT: Disappointing but 45-45 home draw is not a disaster

Peterborough Panthers now treaat home meetings with the same sort of trepidation usually reserved for a visit from the mother-in-law.

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Anders Thomsen in action for Panthers last season.

MEETING PREVIEW: Failure against struggling Bears is not an option

Peterborough Panthers take on Redcar in a crucial Premier League clash at the East of England Showground tonight (7.45pm).

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Kenneth Bjerre.

MORE INS AND OUTS: Bjerre on his way back to Alwalton

Former World Championship leader Kenneth Bjerre is on his way back to Peterborough Panthers as part of promoter Ged Rathbone’s ruthless revamp.

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Tom Perry in action in heat three against Newcastle Diamonds. Picture: David Lowndes

NEW SIGNINGS: Thomsen tipped to reach the top

It’s two out and two in at Peterborough Panthers.

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