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MATCH REACTION: McCann delighted with five-star Peterborough United, but claims there is even more to come

Posh
Posh teenager Leo Da Silva Lopes is consoled by manager Grant McCann.

MATCH REACTION: Manager tips teenager to play in the Premier League despite criticism from Peterborough United crowd

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Michael Doughty scores for Posh against Woking. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

PLAYER VERDICTS: Peterborough United’s attacking players ran amok

Posh
Jack Marriott celebrates his second goal for Posh against Woking. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

ON-THE-WHISTLE REPORT: Peterborough United 5, Woking 2: Jack the lad as strong finish sees Posh through to Villa tie

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SPECIAL OFFER: Christmas present for Peterborough United fans

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BRITISH CHAMPIONSHIPS: All eyes on Sir Bradley but Peterborough rower is the main man

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MATCH PREVIEW: McCann insists Woking will see a much improved Peterborough United

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ROUND-UP: Netherton happy despite late Lions leveller, 39 goals in just 15 games for Jake, first defeat for Whittlesey side, FC Peterborough hand out a lesson to Ramsey

Football
Phantoms in action.

LATEST NEWS: Game called off after Raiders refuse to travel

Phantoms
Charlotte Taylor.

EUROPEAN CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS: Nene Valley Harrier strikes gold

Athletics
Posh boss Grant McCann leads the applause after a 5-2 win over Woking. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

MATCH REACTION: McCann delighted with five-star Peterborough United, but claims there is even more to come

Posh
Posh teenager Leo Da Silva Lopes is consoled by manager Grant McCann.

MATCH REACTION: Manager tips teenager to play in the Premier League despite criticism from Peterborough United crowd

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Michael Doughty scores for Posh against Woking. Photo: Joe Dent/theposh.com.

PLAYER VERDICTS: Peterborough United’s attacking players ran amok

Posh

BREAKING NEWS: Emil is back with a point to prove

Panthers
Peterborough Panthers speedway action at the East of England Arena.

SPEEDWAY LATEST: Panthers’ fine cut from £28,000 to £3,000

Panthers
Michael Palm Toft.

SPEEDWAY LATEST: Panthers make four signings for 2018

Panthers
Chris Harris has left Peterborough Panthers for Glasgow.

BREAKING NEWS: Star man won’t be back at the Showground

Panthers

LATEST NEWS: Game called off after Raiders refuse to travel

Phantoms
Darius Pliskauskas scored for Phantoms.

MATCH REPORT: Phantoms hit for six in the Autumn Cup

Phantoms
Tom Norton celebrates with Ales Padelek.

Phantoms are ready for another hot streak

Phantoms
Slava Koulikov.

Koulikov on World Championship duty

Phantoms

MATCH REPORT: The Lions are roaring again

Rugby union
Joe Andresen.

MATCH REPORT: Borough bounce back with a big bang

Rugby union
Kaz Henderson scored two tries for the Lions. Picture: Mick Sutterby

Lions and Borough seeking some home improvements

Rugby union
Jermain Defoe with Bradley Lowery.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: Defoe, Mata and Aluko are more worthy than Kane

Opinion

Rutland League have been quick on the draws

Cricket
Graeme Swann is a terrible commentator.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: Inane rather than entertaining, BT cricket commentators need to learn from Sky’s peerless coverage

Cricket
Ben Stokes has cost England the Ashes.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: Stokes is a villain, Sterling is a hero, another Ausse bashing on the way, big club bias, Hamilton is the Formula One equivalent of Celtic

Opinion
Cricket

Ashes column: Men behaving badly

Cricket

ROUND-UP: City of Peterborough aiming for a hat-trick of University wins

Hockey
Ben Read (red) scored twice for City of Peterborough at Cambridge University.

MATCH REPORT: It was hard work for City of Peterborough at Cambridge University

Hockey
Holly Riches played well in goal for City of Peterborough Ladies in Canterbury.

MATCH REPORT: A tale of woe for City of Peterborough in Canterbury

Hockey
Mel Ludlam on the ball for City of Peterborough Ladies in last weekend's win over Sevenoaks.

PREVIEW: City of Peterborough men concentrating on the cup, long league trip for the club’s ladies

Hockey
City of Peterborough's Lucy Dakin (red) battles for possession against Sevenoaks. Photo: David Lowndes.

MATCH REPORT: Gribble at the double as City maintain top three spot

Hockey

EUROPEAN CROSS-COUNTRY CHAMPIONSHIPS: Nene Valley Harrier strikes gold

Athletics
Jermain Defoe with Bradley Lowery.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: Defoe, Mata and Aluko are more worthy than Kane

Opinion
The PAC team which finished third. From the left are Steve Robinson, Kirk Brawn, Simon Fell, Nick Stone and Shaun Walton.

When the Harriers get cross they’re the team to beat

Athletics
Charlotte Taylor in action at the European Championship trials.

Soggy Sefton Park was not Taylor-made for Nene Valley star

Athletics

Frosty reception expected for the final round

Angling
Bob Mills.

Sweetcorn just the job for Bob

Angling
Ray Malle.

Ray rules the roost with roach

Angling
Dave Garner is pictured at the Fenland Rods annual presentation evening with the Champions Cup. Other winners were: Pairs - Kevin Lee and Peter Parlett; Handicap Match - Parlett; Cup Match - Mac Campbell.

It’s a brilliant day for Hotrods on the Old Nene at March

Angling
Ivan Marriott.

Father and son lead the way

Angling