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MATCH PREVIEW: A diamond is Grant’s best friend

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Michael Smith in action for Posh against Bolton.

MATCH PREVIEW: Smith says ignore the speculation, focus on Swindon

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Shaquile Coulthirst of Peterborough United celebrates scoring the opening goal of the game against Chesham United. Picture: Joe Dent

TRANSFER NEWS: Coulthirst joins Stags on loan

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Ales Padelek (centre) is surrounded by team-mates after scoring the insurance empty goal. Picture: Tom Scott

MATCH REPORT: A cup cracker - shame about the crowd

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MOTORSPORT: Former Wisbech Grammar School pupil George teams up with Hamilton at Mercedes

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LOOKING BACK: Young Posh winger picked to play for England

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Borough are Hungary for success after Budapest signing

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They might have a small squad but all the Lions have big hearts

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Martin Adams pictured celebrating a win on the Lakeside stage last week.

£100,000 prize last week - this week it’s a pint of John Smith’s!

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Oldham Athletic FC

LATEST NEWS: Free admission for Peterborough United fans at Oldham

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MATCH PREVIEW: A diamond is Grant’s best friend

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Michael Smith in action for Posh against Bolton.

MATCH PREVIEW: Smith says ignore the speculation, focus on Swindon

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Shaquile Coulthirst of Peterborough United celebrates scoring the opening goal of the game against Chesham United. Picture: Joe Dent

TRANSFER NEWS: Coulthirst joins Stags on loan

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Oldham Athletic FC

LATEST NEWS: Free admission for Peterborough United fans at Oldham

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Posh fans before the game at Bury. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

LATEST NEWS: McCann determined to ensure the boos won’t return

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SPEEDWAY: Bradley wins another title in New Zealand

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Jack Holder in action.

AUSTRALIAN CHAMPIONSHIP: Jack throws a six

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Jack Holder.

LATEST NEWS: Holder begins championship bid Down Under

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Ged Rathbone.

LATEST NEWS: Rathbone takes control of Panthers

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MATCH REPORT: A cup cracker - shame about the crowd

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Ice hockey news including the Peterborough Phantoms from the Peterborough Telegraph - peterboroughtoday.co.uk/icehockey

BIG MATCH PREVIEW: Coach wants semi-final support from the whole of Peterborough

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Petr Stepanek claimed a hat-trick for Phantoms in Manchester.

MATCH REPORT: 600 miles for two wins and two shut outs

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Ales Padelek scored for Phantoms in Swindon.

MATCH REPORT: Near perfection from the Phantoms

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Owen Griffiths was man-of-the-match against Sheffield. Picture: Tom Scott

Weekend away not ideal preparation

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Borough are Hungary for success after Budapest signing

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Tom Gulland is cheered off the pitch after playing his last game for the Lions before flying off to new Zealand. Picture: Mick Sutterby

They might have a small squad but all the Lions have big hearts

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Joe Andresen attacks for Borough against Oakham. Picture: Kevin Goodacre

It could be payback time for Lions against league leaders

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Cricket news from the Peterborough Telegraph - peterboroughtoday.co.uk/cricket

STREET SPORT: Take part in a fast and furious game

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Max Verstappen (right) would trounce Lewis Hamilton on a level playing field.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: Give Max a fast car, Darragh the freedom of the city and give me a ticket to the darts

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Heach coach at Peterborough Town Jamie Smith.

INDOOR NETS: Indoor junior practice at Peterborough Town

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Maria Sharapova is a villain of 2016.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: The heroes and villains of 2016

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MATCH REPORT: City ladies in seventh heaven on return to action

Hockey
City of Peterborough skipper Ross Booth on the burst against Saffron Walden. Photo: David Lowndes.

REVIEW: Gr-eight display shows just why City of Peterborough are top of the tree

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The Bourne Deeping indoor team that won an East indoor title. Back row, left to right, Andy Briault (manager), Chris Clarkson, Richard Collins, Stuart Biggs, Tom Richardson, Andy Kind. Front row Jonny Allen, Joe Wray, Scott Downie.

LATEST NEWS: Bourne Deeping lift indoor crown

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City of Peterborough's Luke Barkworth.

LATEST NEWS: England camp call-ups for City of Peterborough youngsters

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Silver medals for Hughes and Stephens

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Nene Valley Harriers all-conquering Under 17 girls team . From the left they are Megan Ellison, Josie Fortune and Ellie Piccaver.

Girl power earns Nene Valley a glittering haul of medals

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Leading the way at Ferry Meadows are (from the left) James Whitehead, James Mogridge, Paul Vernon and Lloyd Kempson.

Another dominant display by PACTRAC man

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Sam Oakley.

Golden boy Oakley leads the way for Nene Valley Harriers

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Alex Hampson.

Silver medal for Ellison, bronze for Hampson

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Bailiff Bell catches another whopper

Angling
Ivan Steels won the Ramsey AS match.

Roper reels in a win on the Twenty Foot Drain

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Deeping winner Tony Johnson.

Bond comes up trumps on the Beastie Lake at busy Decoy

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Paul Faulkner won the Cock Inn match.

Drain ace Mohan has plenty to rave about once again

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Curly whirly not quite sweet enough for victory

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Burghley Park course manager Paul Mills.

BURGHLEY PARK NEWS: Mills on course to improve Stamford club

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