Peterborough Panthers

SIGNING NEWS: Jack the lad set to spearhead Championship challenge

One of the brightest prospects in speedway is on his way to Panthers for 2017.

Ulrich Ostergaard in action last season.

DOUBLE SIGNING:Ostergaard and Lambert on their way back

Two familiar faces will be back at Peterborough Panthers next season.

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New Panthers signing Tom Bacon with Ged Rathbone (left) and Trevor Swales (right).

NEW SIGNING: Bacon could be a sizzler

Panthers chief Ged Rathbone is tipping new signing Tom Bacon to shine - just like one of his former team-mates did last season.

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New Panthers  signing Kenneth Hansen with club officials Carl Johnson, Ged Rathbone and Trevor Swales.

New signing Hansen has sights set on silverware

Kenneth Hansen is determined to make his popular return to Panthers a successful one.

New Panthers signing Kenneth Hansen (right) with team boss Carl Johnson. Photo: David Lowndes.

NEW SIGNING: Entertainer signs on at the Showground

Peterborough Panthers have swooped to make their first signing for the 2017 season.

Ged Rathbone.

Panthers chief Rathbone is set to disappoint a lot of riders

Promoter Ged Rathbone is about to disappoint a lot of riders - but he is confident he can delight the Panthers fans.

Peterborough's Trevor Swales (back right) and Ged Rathbone (middle right) at the speedway promoters annual meeting.

SPEEDWAY LATEST: Panthers to race in a new league

Peterborough has a Championship club again . . . but this time it’s Panthers!

Panthers past and present at the club re-union: back row, left to right, Sam Ermolenko, Darren Tupper, Neil Cotton, Frank Smith, Brian Clark, Andy Hines, Mick Hines, Trevor Swales, Mark Blackbird, middle row, Kenneth Bjerre, Pete Saunders, Kenneth Hansen, Richard Greer, Sean Barker, Nigel Flatman, front row, Kevin Hawkins, Ged Rathbone, Ollie Greenwood, Carl Johnson, Danny King and Pete Seaton. Picture: STEVE HONE.

RE-UNION: A gathering of the great and good could become an annual event

Former world champion Sam Ermolenko, current British champion Danny King and a host of stars spanning the club’s 46-year history helped to make a big Peterborough Panthers Reunion a success recently.

Panthers owner Ged Rathbone (right) with one of his 2016 riders Kenneth Bjerre.

FANS FORUM: Wave of optimism washes over promoter

Panthers promoter Ged Rathbone admits he senses a wave of optimism following a fans’ forum on Tuesday (October 11).

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In the firing line . . . Ged Rathbone, Trevor Swales and Carl Johnson.

Ask me anything you like says Panthers promoter

Panthers chief Ged Rathbone has vowed to given an honest answer to any question thrown at him during a fans’ forum next week.

Ged Rathbone.

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).

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’.

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!

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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