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MATCH REACTION: Individual errors cost Peterborough United again

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Posh chairman Darragh MacAnthony and manager Grant McCann.

BREAKING NEWS: £1,000 reward on offer after abusers target manager’s wife

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Andrew Hughes of Peterborough United celebrates scoring the opening goal of the game. Picture: Joe Dent

MATCH REPORT: Scunthorpe 2, Peterborough United 1: Hughes turns from hero to villain as Posh lose again

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Posh man-of-the-match Anthony Grant moves away from Scunthorpe's Duane Holmes. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

PLAYER VERDICTS: The ‘oldies’ were the best Peterborough United players

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MATCH REPORT: Lions lose top spot as great run comes to an end

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FA VASE: Local domination yields six of the best

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ROUND-UP: Grim at Gresley for Peterborough Sports, but Spalding and Pinchbeck are flying high

Non-League

MATCH REPORT: City of Peterborough 6, Spalding 2: City prevail after tough workout against neighbours

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Anna Faux (red) scored for City of Peterborough Ladies at Ipswich.

MATCH REPORT: Ipswich 2, City of Peterborough Ladies 2: Another fabulous point for local ladies

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Ulrich Ostergaard.

MEETING REPORT: Patched-up Panthers reach KO Cup final

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Posh striker Jack Marriott is tackled/fouled by Murray Wallace of Scunthorpe. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

MATCH REACTION: Individual errors cost Peterborough United again

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Posh chairman Darragh MacAnthony and manager Grant McCann.

BREAKING NEWS: £1,000 reward on offer after abusers target manager’s wife

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Andrew Hughes of Peterborough United celebrates scoring the opening goal of the game. Picture: Joe Dent

MATCH REPORT: Scunthorpe 2, Peterborough United 1: Hughes turns from hero to villain as Posh lose again

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MEETING REPORT: Patched-up Panthers reach KO Cup final

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Panthers star Jack Holder has fallen ill at a very inopportune time.

LATEST NEWS: Huge availability blow for Peterborough Panthers

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Action from the first leg of the SGB Championship KO Cup semi-final.

POSTPONEMENT: KO Cup semi-final clash called off again

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Simon Lambert starred in the first leg of the semi-final.

KO Cup semi-final is very much in the balance

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Slava asks fans to give the team a lift against big rivals

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Will Weldon scored for Phantoms in Streatham.

MATCH REPORT: Streatham 1, Phantoms 7: Seven up for perfect city side

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Leigh Jamieson celebrates his goal against Invicta in front of delighted Phantoms fans. Photo: Tom Scott - AMOimages.com.

MATCH REPORT: Phantoms 5 Invicta 2: Slava’s side pass their toughest test

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Teenager Taylor Romeo celebrates scoring his debut senior goal versus Hull Pirates. Picture: Tom Scott

Wait until we really get going warns Phantoms chief Slava

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MATCH REPORT: Lions lose top spot as great run comes to an end

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Ben Higton scored two great tries.

MATCH REPORT: Big Ben strikes again as Borough win in Northampton

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Sitanilei Tei Semisi sets off on a run for the Lions against Newbold-on-Avon. Picture: Mick Sutterby

It will be Tonga v Fiji when the Lions roar into Shropshire

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Peterborough Regional College prop Luke Green with the pack securing possession.

COLLEGE RUGBY: Another win for Peterborough Regional College

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SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: Blame the system as much as the selectors

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Ajaz Akhtar on his way to 58 for Barnack against Market Deeping. The wicket-keeper is Dave Sargeant. Photo: David Lowndes.

RUTLAND LEAGUE: Deeping down after a dramatic final day

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Key Barnack player Asim Butt.

PREVIEW: Battle to be re-joined at Barnack

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Sam Evison in action.

MERIT TABLE: Super Sam takes 5-2

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MATCH REPORT: City of Peterborough 6, Spalding 2: City prevail after tough workout against neighbours

Hockey
Anna Faux (red) scored for City of Peterborough Ladies at Ipswich.

MATCH REPORT: Ipswich 2, City of Peterborough Ladies 2: Another fabulous point for local ladies

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Ben Read (red) scored for City of Peterborough at Ipswich last weekend.

PREVIEW: City of Peterborough won’t be taking struggling neighbours lightly

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City of Peterborough Ladies first XI in their new sponsored playing strip.

LATEST NEWS: New sponsors for City of Peterborough Ladies

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Ben Read (left) and Adam Wilson both scored for City of Peterborough at Ipswich.

MATCH REPORT: Ipswich 0, City of Peterborough 3: City slickers remain unbeaten

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The victorious Nene Valley Harriers Under 13 girls team. From the left, back, are Niamh Hodgson, Alexa Boole, Niamh Rushton, Josie Knight, front, Lottie Hemmings, Chelsea Bole and Amelia Devine.

High-flying Harriers in dazzling display in the Derby sunshine

Athletics
Matt Clarke wins the wheelchair race. Picture: David Lowndes

GREAT EASTERN RUN 2017: Clarke wheels his way to another win

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Tom Evans wins today's Great Eastern Run. Picture: David Lowndes

GREAT EASTERN RUN 2017: Good Evans! An ‘unknown’ soldier storms to victory

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The start of last year's Great Eastern Run.

GREAT EASTERN RUN: Who wins what . . . the big race prizemoney

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Wadge is well wedged after his Cornish cracker

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Chris Shortland.

King rules the roost on the Beastie Lake

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Lionel Whaley.

Butler serves up a winning Wagtail weight

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Colin Fisher won the Deeping St James AC match.

Old Nene looks to be the best place to be on Sunday

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Mark Cree won the  Saturday Open at Float Fish Farm Fishery.

Corn so sweet for Delegate on the Horseshoe

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