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SCHOOLSPORT: An abundance of sporting talent at Stamford School

Pupils from the Stamford Endowed Schools have recently been successful on a regional and national stage.

The successful Sensei Simone Karate Club members. From the left are  Marcus Wren, Alfred Bradbury,  Jacob Hardwick, Oliver Plumb (front), Simone Hodson, Aneesha Plumb and  Maycie Rose Ramsey.

Sensei Symone students all successful

The Sensei Symone Karate Club based at the Duke of Bedford School, Thorney, had a very successful time at the English Karate Organisation (EKO) national championships in Birmingham with all students winning medals.

Racing at Huntingdon.

HORSE RACING: Huntingdon Racecourse scoops spectator award

Huntingdon Racecourse is celebrating being given a top award by horse racing’s spectators.

Amy Murphy.

HORSE RACING: Rising star becomes Huntingdon track ambassador

One of Britain’s youngest racehorse trainers, who will next week send out her first ever Cheltenham Festival runners, is becoming trainer ambassador of Huntingdon Racecourse.

Pictured is the TASK team at the British Championships. From the left are, back, Grant Brown, Rob Taylor, Saulius Serzantux , front, Braydon Popat-Evans and Taylor Popat-Evans.

Local fighters win places at World Championships

Two veteran kick-boxers from Peterborough have recently been crowned British champions.

Peterborough BCKA trophy winners. From the left are, back,  Abi Daulton, Eddy Paddock, Mike Dunk, Colin Lock, Jaden Harris, Kim Smith, front, Hannah Cameron, Lexi Dunk and Jay Dunk.

BCKA kick-boxers qualify for the world championships

Kick-boxers from the highly successful Peterborough BCKA club have been busy winning national championship medals.

The Annabel Murcott School of Tae Kwon Do students who did well at the Midlands Championships.

Midlands medals

The Annabel Murcott Schools of Tae Kwon Do, which operate mainly in the Stamford, Bourne and Deeping area, achieved some outstanding results at the Midlands Championships in Kettering.

Pictured are some of the Hicks Karate School trophy winners at the Peterborough Championship. From the left are, back, Elise Ward, David Prior,  chief instructor Andrew Hicks, Sarah Ward, Aaron Leonard, Warren Bothamley. middle, Casey Stone, Denas Jankauskas, Sophie Hicks, Lucy Hicks, front, Oliver Profitt, Sophie Doyle,  Joshua Leonard, Tiana Celaire, Joell Celaire and Raihan Ebrahim.

The young and old star in an ‘awesome’ team performance

The city-based Hicks Karate School sent a 21-strong team to the first Peterborough Championship Series event of the year at Bushfield Sports Centre and they managed to win 34 podium places.

Grand National entry Minella Daddy (left) could be running at Huntingdon.

HORSE RACING: Huntingdon aiming to beat the snow

Huntingdon Racecourse are hoping to ride to the rescue of racing fans deprived of their sport by the extreme weather conditions which have swept across Britain this week.

Ladies runner-up Beckie Watkins.

Local potters so close to European glory

The Peterborough World Rules Pool League were almost celebrating a European Championship double at the weekend.

Joe Perry lost in the first round.

WELSH OPEN: Perry bows out early in Cardiff

Joe Perry was a first round casualty in the Manbetx Welsh Open in Cardiff yesterday.

Joe Perry in action.

WORLD GRAND PRIX: Perry sent crashing in Preston

Joe Perry was sent crashing out of the Ladbrokes World Grand Prix in Preston this afternoon (February 22).

Joe Perry.

WORLD GRAND PRIX: Chatteris cueman beats former world champion

Chatteris cueman Joe Perry despatched in-form Graham Dott 4-2 in the first round of the Ladbrokes World Grand Prix in Preston last night (February 20).

Racing at Huntingdon.

HORSE RACING: Mares put Huntingdon Racecourse on top

Huntingdon racecourse will stage the most valuable mares’ chase of the British jump racing season on Thursday (February 22).

Eddie 'The Eagle' Edwards is the most famous GB Winter Olympian.

SWANNY’S WORLD OF SPORT: Wake me up when the Winter Olympics is over

Eddie ‘the Eagle’ Edwards is Great Britain’s most famous Winter Olympian.

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Joe Perry reached the last eight.

CORAL SHOOT OUT: Perry so close to semi-finals

Joe Perry just missed out on a place in the semi-finals of the big Coral Shoot Out competition in Watford yesterday (February 11).

Peterborough's victorious women's coxless quad of Sarah Watson, Jenna Taylor, Georgina Parker and Helen Griffiths.

Six City crews are headline acts on a busy River Nene

It was six of the best for Peterborough City Rowing Club when they hosted their annual Head of the Nene event on Saturday.

Jack Collins and Benjamin Mackenzie  made the top 10 racing up a year.

A Peterborough pair of aces on the River Thames

Four Peterborough City crews travelled to compete in the prestigious Hampton Head on the Thames on Saturday and all did well to achieve top 10 placings over the 3,000-metre course.

Sports Personality of the Year contender Cello Renda (right).

SPORTS AWARDS: Can Cello stop a world champion to land top prize?

The biggest event of our sporting year takes place at the Holiday Inn tomorrow night (Friday).

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