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MATCH REPORT: MK Dons 0 Peterborough United 2: No spin, no exaggeration, Posh owned their old foes

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Marcus Maddison created both Posh goals at MK Dons. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

MATCH REACTION: Top marks all-round after MK Dons victory

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Posh boss Grant McCann celebrates victory at MK Dons in front of the travelling fans. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

MATCH REACTION: Perfect Posh thrill the boss

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Kenneth Bjerre.

MORE INS AND OUTS: Bjerre on his way back to Alwalton

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NORTHANTS PREMIER DIVISION: Rain saves Town from the wide boys

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NEW SIGNINGS: Thomsen tipped to reach the top

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MEETING REPORT: Two riders axed after another horror show

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LINCS PREMIER DIVISION: Sri Lankan star puts Bourne to the sword, Deeping suffer a deluge

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Chris Forrester (right) helps Marcus Maddison celebrate his goal against Millwall. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

MATCH PREVIEW: Captain Chris can’t wait to sample Dons’ experience

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MK Dons manager Karl Robinson (left).

MATCH PREVIEW: Healthy respect between the bosses

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MATCH REPORT: MK Dons 0 Peterborough United 2: No spin, no exaggeration, Posh owned their old foes

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Marcus Maddison created both Posh goals at MK Dons. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

MATCH REACTION: Top marks all-round after MK Dons victory

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Posh boss Grant McCann celebrates victory at MK Dons in front of the travelling fans. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

MATCH REACTION: Perfect Posh thrill the boss

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Chris Forrester (right) helps Marcus Maddison celebrate his goal against Millwall. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

MATCH PREVIEW: Captain Chris can’t wait to sample Dons’ experience

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MK Dons manager Karl Robinson (left).

MATCH PREVIEW: Healthy respect between the bosses

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MORE INS AND OUTS: Bjerre on his way back to Alwalton

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Tom Perry in action in heat three against Newcastle Diamonds. Picture: David Lowndes

NEW SIGNINGS: Thomsen tipped to reach the top

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Craig Cook leads the way for Panthers in heat one. Picture: David Lowndes

MEETING REPORT: Two riders axed after another horror show

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Ashley Morris in action for Panthers.

MEETING PREVIEW: Riders told it’s time to shine at home

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New-look Phantoms tackle Steeldogs home and away

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The Peterborough Phantoms sledge hockey team celebrate their British Championship win.

Phantoms sledgers celebrate another British League win

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Phoebe Mather.

Phantoms Academy player off to Finland with England squad

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Phantoms celebrate a goal against Sheffield last season.

FIXTURES 2015-16: Sheffield start for Slava’s stars

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Petr Stepanek.

Petr steps in to complete the Phantoms line-up

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

RUGBY: Gulland scores two tries on his Lions debut

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Borough player of the year Stuart Day receives his trophy from club vice-chairman Archie Bennett.

RUGBY UNION: Borough are strengthening on and off the pitch

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THREE OF A KIND: Fencer William Ferguson, rugby full back Adam Castle and hockey forward Brendan Andrews outside Bourne Grammar School.  Photo (TIM WILSON): SG210416-103TW.

Bourne Grammar School trio learn lessons in the school of near-misses

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NORTHANTS PREMIER DIVISION: Rain saves Town from the wide boys

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Prasann Jayawardene smacked 124 for Woodhall Spa against Bourne.

LINCS PREMIER DIVISION: Sri Lankan star puts Bourne to the sword, Deeping suffer a deluge

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Hafiz Majeed hit a ton for Spalding.

MERIT TABLE: Hales storms to a massive 175 for Laxton Park

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David Clarke scored 129 not out.

Ton-up Clarke leads his side to victory but title hopes fade

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Ross Keymer scored 56 for Ufford Park.

RUTLAND LEAGUE: Nassington win top-of-the-table clash

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OLYMPICS: Rio golden girl Hannah on the SportsAid lunch menu

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The winning Pink Swan team

CHARITY DAY: The winning team were in the pink

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

CHARITY DAY: City club raising money for SWAN

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THREE OF A KIND: Fencer William Ferguson, rugby full back Adam Castle and hockey forward Brendan Andrews outside Bourne Grammar School.  Photo (TIM WILSON): SG210416-103TW.

Bourne Grammar School trio learn lessons in the school of near-misses

Education

Mees just misses out on Inter-Counties title

Athletics
Aaron Scott.

Scott scorches to victory in Barney 5k

Athletics
Emma Hornsby won the ladies match award.

Harriers lose their title but still finish on a high

Athletics
Philippa Taylor.

Jagger leads the way for PAC with an awesome foursome

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Nene Valleys Kimberly Miller in action in the 300m.

Addison on a high as Harriers take top spot on super Sunday

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Ferry Meadows hosts big Memorial Match

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Martin Parker.

Parker the best on View at Gedney

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Ted Rowe won the Cock Inn AC match.

Super Cedar produces big weights

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Tom Edwards won the Rookery Waters �1,000 grand final.

Hotrods make the top six in big event on the River Trent

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There’s a Tiger on the prowl again at Milton

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