MEETING REPORT: Panthers chief rages at ref after Sheffield defeat

Peterborough Panthers team boss Carl Johnson blasted the refereeing decision that he reckons cost his side any chance of victory at Sheffield last night (April 20).

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Kenneth Hansen.

Danish ace Hansen will be back in action soon

Panthers have received a double boost with regard to their illness and injury situation.

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Jack Holder.

Panthers last heat hero Holder was running on empty

Panthers number one Jack Holder admits he was ‘running on empty’ when delivering East Anglian derby heroics on Easter Monday.

Jack Holder was in great form for Panthers.

MEETING REPORT: Panthers gain revenge in a thrilling win over the Witches

Peterborough Panthers claimed a sweet slice of East Anglian derby revenge today (April 17) - largely thanks to the brilliance of number one Jack Holder.

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Lasse Bjerre will guest for Panthers.

MEETING PREVIEW: Panthers looking for revenge

Peterborough Panthers promoter Ged Rathbone hopes to give East Anglian rivals Ipswich Witches a taste of their own medicine in one way today (Easter Monday - April 17) - but he will resist the temptation to do so in another.

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Bradley Wilson-Dean contributed 14 points to Panthers' cause at Ipswich.

MEETING REPORT: A perfect start came crashing to an end

The Peterborough Panthers juggernaut came shuddering to a painful and pitiful halt last night (April 15).

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Ulrich Ostergaard.

MEETING REPORT: Cup joy for high-flying Panthers

Panthers continued their sparkling start to the season by breezing into the quarter-finals of the SGB Championship KO Cup last night (April 13)

Bradley Wilson-Dean on his way to victory for Panthers against Redcar.

Panthers won’t be intimidated warns skipper Ulrich

Skipper Ulrich Ostergaard has told SGB Championship KO Cup rivals Redcar that Panthers will not be intimidated.

Simon Lambert leads heat six for Panthers against Redcar. Photo: David Lowndes.

MEETING REPORT: Panthers win again, but they’re ready for more rough and tumble in Redcar

Team boss Carl Johnson warned his Peterborough Panthers riders to prepare to be ‘roughed up’ following the first leg of a fiercely contested SGB Championship KO Cup tie yesterday (April 9).

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Jack Holder in axtion against Scunthorpe. Picture: David Lowndes

Panthers chief chooses to ignore Bear-baiting

Panthers promoter Ged Rathbone has urged his riders to do their talking on the track as they launch their SGB Championship KO Cup challenge.

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Panthers co-promoter Trevor Swales has urged the club’s fans to back the Brits next week.

Tom Bacon made a handy contribution for Panthers at Scunthorpe.

MEETING REPORT: Perfect Panthers not getting carried away

Peterborough Phantoms team boss Carl Johnson won’t get carried away – despite a second successive SGB Championship victory.

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Ulrich Ostergaard.

INDIVIDUAL MEETING: Ostergaard runner-up in Redcar

Peterborough rider Ulrich Ostergaard made the podium at an individual meeting last night (March 31).

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Bradley Wilson-Dean.

‘I’ve not come all this way for third places’ says Kiwi

New signing Bradley Wilson-Dean was far from impressed by his competitive debut display for Panthers.

Paul Starke.

Starke plans to keep the trophies coming his way

Paul Starke is determined to continue his glorious run of success with Panthers.

Kenneth Hansen.

MEETING REPORT: Flying start for the new-look Panthers

Everything went perfectly to plan for Peterborough Panthers as they created their own slice of history last night (March 24).

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The men in charge. From the left are co-promoter Trevor Swales, team manager Carl Johnson  and owner Ged Rathbone

PANTHERS PREVIEW: Making a fast start is a must says the team boss Johnson

Panthers team chief Carl Johnson insists a winning start to the SGB Championship season is a must.

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Ulrich  Ostergaard and Ged Rathbone.

PANTHERS PREVIEW: Skipper determined to make up for last season

Captain Ulrich Ostergaard admits he craves more success for Panthers.

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The Peterborough Panthers team for 2017. From the left they are, back, Bradley Wilson-Dean, Simon Lambert, Ulrich Ostergaard, Jack Holder,  Kenneth Hansen, front, Paul Starke and Tom Bacon.

PANTHERS PREVIEW: Who’s who in the new-look Peterborough team

Peterborough Panthers have five new riders in their 2017 line-up.

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Jack Holder in action against Coventry Bees.

PANTHERS PREVIEW: Young Jack has ‘some big boots to fill’ as the new number one

Jack Holder has gone from one extreme to the other by joining Panthers.

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