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Sport
Mohammed Danyaal bowled superbly for Peterborough Town at Rushden.

NORTHANTS PREMIER DIVISION: First defeat knocks Town off the top

Cricket
Eden Hazard.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: Spurs are the biggest wasters

Football 3
Mark Tyler was outstanding at Wembley for Posh in May, 2000.

20 YEARS OF BARRY FRY: ‘The promotion Posh fans never talk about’

Posh 2

LINCS PREMIER DIVISION: Bourne bashed, losing draw for Deeping

Cricket

CAMBS LEAGUE: Ramsey lose perfect record, big tons for McDermott and Keymer

Cricket

PETERBOROUGH SPORTS TRIBUTE: A ‘four-midable season’

Non-League

CHRIS TURNER STATUE FUND: Soul night organised in honour of a Posh legend

Posh
Sir Alex Ferguson (left) with Barry Fry and Darragh MacAnthony.

20 YEARS OF BARRY FRY: How Sir Alex Ferguson saved Posh from financial oblivion

Posh
Action from a Stamford AFC match at the Zeeco Stadium last season.

EVO STIK LEAGUE: Relegation reprieve for Daniels

Non-League
Eden Hazard.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: Spurs are the biggest wasters

Football 3
Mark Tyler was outstanding at Wembley for Posh in May, 2000.

20 YEARS OF BARRY FRY: ‘The promotion Posh fans never talk about’

Posh 2
The all conquering Peterborough Sports team show off their trophy haul. They are, back row left to right, Karl Gibbs, Lewis Webb, Jack Bloodworth, David Cobb, Luke McShane, Dan Clements, Jake Sansby, Ali Nyang, Dan Bucciero, Wilkins Makate, Stephen Tommy Cooper, front, Colin Day, Josh Sanders, Dasn Ruscillo, Jimmy Dean, Matthew Robinson, Josh Moreman, Avelino Vieira and John Robinson.

PETERBOROUGH SPORTS TRIBUTE: A ‘four-midable season’

Non-League
Soul night in aid of the Chris Turner Statue Fund.

CHRIS TURNER STATUE FUND: Soul night organised in honour of a Posh legend

Posh
Craig Cook in action against Ipswich. Picture: David Lowndes

SPEEDWAY: Much more to come from new Panthers number one

Panthers
Craig Cook (red) and Simon Lambert in action for Panthers against Ipswich. Photo: David Lowndes.

MATCH REPORT: Panthers win a thrill-a-minute dead rubber

Panthers
Tom Stokes is set to make his Peterborough Panthers debut.

LEAGUE CUP PREVIEW: A Panthers meeting with plenty of meaning

Panthers
Owen Griffiths.

NEW SIGNING: Another young international signs for Slava

Phantoms
James White scoring for Phantoms against Hull last season.

NEW CONTRACT: White believes Phantoms will be all right

Phantoms
Martins Susters has re-signed for Phantoms.

RULE CHANGE: Phantoms will continue to back the Brits

Phantoms
Phantoms coach Slava Koulikov.

PHANTOMS SIGNINGS: Slava has been to Hull and back on a recruitment drive

Phantoms
Nico Steenkamp in action for Peterborough Lions

TRANSFER NEWS: A coup for Borough as Nico leaves the Lions

Rugby union
Jack Berry on his way to a well-struck 44 for Bourne against Lincoln. Photo: Tim Wilson.

LINCS PREMIER DIVISION: Bourne bashed, losing draw for Deeping

Cricket
Ross Keymer blasted 146 for Ufford Park against Saffron Walden.

CAMBS LEAGUE: Ramsey lose perfect record, big tons for McDermott and Keymer

Cricket
Josh Bowers.

MINOR COUNTIES: Debut for Nassington teenager, Bowers back for ‘home’ game

Cricket
Alex Mitchell.

WEEKEND PREVIEW: Town happy to be tackling top opposition

Cricket
Wisbech Over 40s at the Olympic Park with their winners' medals.

HOCKEY: Fenmen are crowned national champions

Hockey
Hockey news from the Peterborough Telegraph, peterboroughtoday.co.uk/sport, @pboroSport on Twitter

HOCKEY: City of Peterborough’s top performers are rewarded

Hockey
Roger Brummitt Trophy winners Camp Retro. Photo: David Lowndes.

HOCKEY: All smiles in the Retro Camp as first-timers win Brummitt Trophy

Hockey
Jess Varley was in superb form for Peterborough AC.

Hornsby’s a record-breaker in battling Nene Valley display

Athletics
Alex Hampson and Grace Mullins in action in the Deeping 10k.

Warnes shakes off Skinner to win Deeping 10k

Athletics
Philippa Taylor (left) won the veterans 1500m.

LINCS CHAMPIONSHIPS: Siblings star in track and field

Athletics
Under 17 200m finalists Ryan Adams, who finished third, and Dale Stockhill, who finished fourth. Photo: David Lowndes.

CAMBS CHAMPIONSHIPS: Flo is Brill again, Mesmeric Mees, gold for Elizabeth Taylor

Athletics