PREVIEW: Battle of the big guns at the Grange

Two of the Peterborough Premier Division big guns are in President's Shield semi-final action tomorrow (March 4) when Netherton United host Moulton Harrox at the Grange (1.30pm kick-off).

Friday, 3rd March 2017, 1:52 pm
Updated Friday, 24th March 2017, 11:03 am
Action from last season's President's Shield semi-final between Moulton Harrox and Netherton United (red).

Netherton are fourth in the top-flight, but behind Harrox only on goal difference. Harrox beat the city side in last season’s semi-final.

The winners will meet another crack outfit Pinchbeck United in the final.

Holders Pinchbeck had to come from behind to win their semi-final 2-1 at Ketton last weekend.

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Moulton Harrox (blue) beat Netherton United 3-0 in last season's President's Shield Final.

Prolific top scorer Ollie Maltby and Tyler Wright were the men on target.

Peterborough Sports Reserves will expect to Ketton at PSL and keep hold of their four-point lead at the top.

Second-placed Pinchbeck United are at Leverington.

Peterborough Division Four side Cardea take on Fenstanton Reserves in the final of the Hunts Lower Junior Cup at Huntingdon Town next Wednesday (March 8).

Moulton Harrox (blue) beat Netherton United 3-0 in last season's President's Shield Final.

Cardea have a big league game against Premiair tomorrow at Middleton’s Road, Yaxley (2pm). Premiar are top, three points clear of fourth-placed Cardea.

FIXTURES

Saturday, March 4.

CHROMASPORT & TROPHIES PETERBOROUGH LEAGUE

Premier Division: AFC Stanground Sports v Deeping Rangers Res, Holbeach United Res v Crowland Town, Leverington Sports v Pinchbeck United, ICA Sports v Thorney, Peterborough Sports Res v Ketton, Sawtry v Langtoft United, Stamford Lions v Uppingham Town, Wisbech Town Res v Stilton United.

President’s Shield

semi-final

Netherton United v Moulton Harrox.

PFA Challenge Cup

Moulton Harrox Reserves v Oakham United Reserves.

PFA Minor Cup

Orton Rangers v British School of Sport.