Peterborough Panthers

Panthers will bounce back says team boss Johnson

Team manager Carl Johnson is adamant Panthers will come through a tough spell to emerge as SGB Championship title contenders.

Bradley Wilson-Dean in action.

It’s a case of so far so good for the flying Kiwi

Bradley Wilson-Dean has accomplished his first mission for 2017 - but he’s not prepared to settle for that.

Jack Holder.

Holder gets the Italian job done in style

Panthers number one Jack Holder launched his final challenge for World Under 21 Championship glory in fine style.

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Panthers skipper Ulrich Ostergaard (front) survived a nasty spill in heat 15 at Newcastle. Paul Starke (rear) top scored for Panthers with 12 points.

MEETING REPORT: Changes could be on the way as city side lose again

Team boss Carl Johnson hinted that Peterborough Panthers are considering team changes after a third successive defeat last night (May 21).

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Lasse Bjerre guests for Panthers in Newcastle.

MEETING PREVIEW: Guests galore for Panthers in Newcastle

Peterborough Panthers will have three guests in their line-up at tonight’s (May 21) tough SGB Championship clash at Newcastle (6.30pm).

Panthers rider Simon Lambert broke his hand in Berwick.

MEETING REPORT: City riders suffer in Bandit country

Peterborough Panthers’ injury crisis took another turn for the worse as they crashed to defeat at rock-bottom SGB Championship side Berwick last night (May 20).

Lasse Bjerre.

MEETING REPORT: Panthers frustrated by the weather

Panthers were left feeling frustrated after their Friday (May 19) fixture fell victim to the weather.

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Jack Holder misses the next three Panthers meetings.

Panthers need to bounce back against the Bandits

Team manager Carl Johnson admits Panthers can’t afford to follow one unwanted first with another.

Kenneth Hansen.

LATEST NEWS: Injury scares ahead of a busy weekend

Peterborough Panthers are anxiously awaiting medical bulletins on two riders who crashed last night (May 18).

Tom Bacon in action.

Tom brings home the bacon at last

Tom Bacon was thrilled by a first race victory as a Panthers rider.

Paul Starke of Panthers holds off Newcastle's Ash Morris. Photo: Diana Jones.

MEETING REPORT: Unbeaten home record ends as warning goes unheeded

Peterborough Panthers saw their unbeaten home record come to an end last night (May 13) . . . and they can’t say they weren’t warned.

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Robert Lambert in action for Panthers.

PREVIEW: Perfect Peterborough Panthers can still get better

Team manager Carl Johnson has told his Peterborough Panthers riders to up their home performances – despite winning all four competitive East of England Arena outings to date in 2017.

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Paul Starke in action

INTERVIEW: The Starke reality of a fast start

High-scoring Paul Starke insists Peterborough Panthers are nowhere near reaching their full potential.

Tom Bacon leads the way for Panthers in heat eight against Edinburgh. Photo: David Lowndes.

MEETING REPORT: Panthers relieved to beat leaders

Peterborough Panthers were left breathing a sigh of relief last night (May 7) – for two reasons.

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Kenneth Hansen in action for Panthers earlier this season.

Danish ace Hansen is back on track and he’s raring to go

Kenneth Hansen insists he is ready to roar back into Panthers action.

Carl Johnson.

Monarchs depleted but they will still be tough opponents

Team boss Carl Johnson insists Panthers can take nothing for granted in their first meeting of a hectic May.

Bradley Wilson-Dean has made a stunning start to the season.

It’s a massive month says team boss Johnson

Team boss Carl Johnson reckons a ‘massive’ May lies ahead for Panthers.

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Paul Starke was in fine form for Panthers at Sheffield.

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.

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