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LATEST NEWS: McCann believes Anderson will sign another Peterborough United contract

Posh 3
Pete Morgan smashed 142 not out in a T20 game at Uffington.

ROUND-UP: Ton-up Morgan smashes Bourne through, holders sneak into semis, Fisher field day, two Dans save Nassington from the Birch

Cricket
Panthers skipper Ulrich Ostergaard (front) survived a nasty spill in heat 15 at Newcastle. Paul Starke (rear) top scored for Panthers with 12 points.

MEETING REPORT: Changes could be on the way as city side lose again

Panthers 1

NATIONAL CLUB KO: Peterborough Town go well in the Home Counties

Cricket

RUTLAND LEAGUE: Stamford (37) lose to Hanno (38), Nick shines for the ‘Green and Gold’, Wisbech still perfect

Cricket

LADIES FOOTBALL: Iredale heads cup final winner for Star

Local Football

PREVIEW: Ketton, the kings of Twenty/20, are back in action

Cricket
The brilliant Baston CE Primary School team at the English Schools Final at Stoke City FC.

SCHOOLS FINAL: Brilliant Baston are runners-up in a National Final.

Local Football
Lasse Bjerre guests for Panthers in Newcastle.

MEETING PREVIEW: Guests galore for Panthers in Newcastle

Panthers

LATEST NEWS: McCann believes Anderson will sign another Peterborough United contract

Posh 3
Vicky Gallagher scored for Star. Picture: Tim Gates

LADIES FOOTBALL: Iredale heads cup final winner for Star

Local Football
The brilliant Baston CE Primary School team at the English Schools Final at Stoke City FC.

SCHOOLS FINAL: Brilliant Baston are runners-up in a National Final.

Local Football
Action from the Division Two play-off final between Tydd St Mary (red) and Langtoft United Reserves. Photo: David Lowndes.

FINALS ROUND-UP: Tydd bid for promotion is successful, Stanground lose second final as Moulton Harrox double up

Local Football
Posh players celebrate their Football League Trophy success.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: Sadly Checkatrade cash is vital, an unknown hero, over-hyped manager

Opinion 1

MEETING REPORT: Changes could be on the way as city side lose again

Panthers 1
Lasse Bjerre guests for Panthers in Newcastle.

MEETING PREVIEW: Guests galore for Panthers in Newcastle

Panthers
Panthers rider Simon Lambert broke his hand in Berwick.

MEETING REPORT: City riders suffer in Bandit country

Panthers
Lasse Bjerre.

MEETING REPORT: Panthers frustrated by the weather

Panthers 1

LATEST NEWS: Ferrara has earned a testimonial

Phantoms
Ales Padelek fends off Jordan Cownie of MK Lightning. Picture: Tom Scott

SIGNING NEWS: Slava goes for Padi Power as Ales pens a new deal

Phantoms
Phantoms Under 15s celebrate their National Championships success.

NATIONAL FINALS: Historic win for Phantoms Under 15s

Ice Hockey 1
Phantoms owners Dave and Jo Lane either side of player Owen Griffiths.

LATEST NEWS: Fans urged to embrace a new era

Phantoms 1
Peterborough Phantoms ice hockey news from the Peterborough Telegraph - peterboroughtoday.co.uk/sport, @peterboroughtel on Twitter

LATEST NEWS: Phantoms know where they are going next season

Phantoms

COUNTY CHAMPIONSHIPS: Crooks scores a try but East Midlands are beaten

Rugby union
Sam Sargeant and dad Bill.

STAMFORD COLLEGE PRESIDENT’S DAY: New order in the Sargeant ranks

Rugby union
Borough Under 13 girls with a collection of trophies from a perfect campaign.

TOURNAMENT REPORT: A glorious end to a sensational season

Rugby union

ROUND-UP: Ton-up Morgan smashes Bourne through, holders sneak into semis, Fisher field day, two Dans save Nassington from the Birch

Cricket
Danny Oldham enjoyed a fine all-round game for Peterborough Town at Great & Little Tew.

NATIONAL CLUB KO: Peterborough Town go well in the Home Counties

Cricket
Kieran Jones claimed 5-18 for Oundle at Stamford.

RUTLAND LEAGUE: Stamford (37) lose to Hanno (38), Nick shines for the ‘Green and Gold’, Wisbech still perfect

Cricket
Ketton all-rounder Tom Sole struck a half century on his Northants debut.

PREVIEW: Ketton, the kings of Twenty/20, are back in action

Cricket
Ross Keymer cracked 127 not out for Ufford Park against Saffron Walden seconds.

ROUND-UP: Ross is the boss as Ufford win, Rams also beat the rain

Cricket

NATIONAL FINAL: Wisbech Ladies put up a brave fight in the Olympic Park

Hockey
The successful Spalding side: back row, left to right, Harry Williams, Harry Vickers, Glenn Richardson, Joe Rogers, James Grant, Michael Morris, Ashley Barker, centre, Graham Allen (manager), front, Sam Sly, Sam Howitt, Robert Dalton, Stuart Cunnington, Tom Everton, Nathan Davy.

LINCS COUNTY CUP FINAL: Spalding success after tense penalty shuttle shoot out

Hockey 1
The victorious Camp Retro team at the Brummitt. Photo: David Lowndes.

BRUMMITT REPORT: Title stays in the Retro camp

Hockey
1989 Brummitt winners Bretton Beavers receive the trophy from Peterborough Telegraph editor David Rowell (front, left0.

MIXED HOCKEY TOURNAMENT: Facts and figures from 60 years of the Brummitt

Hockey 1

Capes and Rawlins UK number one hits after great day in Grantham

Athletics
Peterborough Athletic Clubs Ellan Ellard races to victory in the Under 20 womens 800m.

Forrest leads the goldrush with hat-trick of county titles

Athletics
Peterborough Athletic Club's winning team at the Eye 10k. They are from the left  James Sadlier, Ben Heron and Kirk Brawn.

ROAD RUNNING: PAC win individual and team gold at the Eye 10k

Athletics 1
Charlotte Taylor has been in stunning form in the states.

ROUND-UP: World-class performance from Spalding girl in the USA, personal-best displays from city runners in Watford

Athletics
Philippa Taylor (left) was in fine form at the Eastern Track & Field League meeting.

EASTERN MASTERS: Quality quartet shine for Nene Valley Harriers

Athletics

It was tough going for most but Biddle was on cloud nine

Angling
Hazel Sibthorpe from Sue Ryder Care receives a cheque for �1,100 from members of the Peterborough and District Anglers Association following their match at Ferry Meadows.Also pictured are  Robina Smith, Paul Hudson, Simon Farmer, Jonathan Means and Mike Smith.

A grand effort for charity at Ferry Meadows

Angling
Gordon Harmer.

ROUND-UP: Josh sets the pace in the Rookery, Harmer and Harwood are top rods

Angling 2
Any Kelk with his winning catch from the JVAC Supercup victory.

ROUND-UP: Local knowledge proves crucial for Kelk, honours for Horn, Johnson’s a knockout

Angling

Brown flies home at St Albans on the back of an albatross!

Golf