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

A former Peterborough City Rowing Club oarsman won the British Indoor Championships for the second year running at the weekend.

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Horse racing at Huntingdon.

HORSE RACING: Huntingdon meeting abandoned

Today’s meeting at Huntingdon Racecourse has been abandoned because of snow.

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Joe Perry in action.

UK CHAMPIONSHIP: Perry bows out at quarter-final stage

Joe Perry felt more like Father Christmas than a snooker player after crashing out of the Betway UK Championship this afternoon (December 8).

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Some of the finalists in the David Lloyd Club Championships. Lauren McMahon is fifth from the left.

A clean sweep for Lauren and a first singles title for Ethan

Lauren McMahon was the star of the show at the annual David Lloyd Club Championships at Thorpe Wood last weekend.

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Sam Tuck at the UK Coaching Awards dinner with Dame Katherine Grainger.

Sam tucks into a top prize at the UK Coaching dinner

A former Peterborough City Rowing Club member has won a prestigious coaching award.

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Peterboroughs winning Open coxless quad of Alex Leverage, James Toynton, Thomas Bodily and Thomas Jackson.

City wind their way to five fine victories on a tricky Trent

Peterborough City Rowing Club picked up five wins at the Newark Head on a bendy course on the River Trent.

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Joe Perry.

UK CHAMPIONSHIP: Perry sparkles on his way to the quarter-finals

Joe Perry is through to the quarter-finals of the Betway UK Championship.

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The finalists in the David Lloyd Club Championships at Thorpe Wood. Lauren McMahon is fifth from the left.

CLUB CHAMPIONSHIPS: A clean sweep for Lauren, a first singles title for Ethan

Lauren McMahon was the star of the show at the annual David Lloyd Club Championships at Thorpe Wood last weekend (December 2).

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Sire De Grugy, the 2014 Cheltenham Festival Queen Mother Champion Chase winner, should be running at Huntingdon on Sunday.

HORSE RACING: Excellent entries for Huntingdon’s race of the year

A classy renewal of the highest quality horse race of 2017 at Huntingdon Racecourse on Sunday (December 10) is in prospect.

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Joe Perry in action.

UK CHAMPIONSHIP: Perry reaches the last 16

It’s been four years since Joe Perry made the last 16 of the Betway UK Championship but he admits he’ll have to play much better if he wants to go any further.

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Joe Perry.

UK CHAMPIONSHIP: Perry eases past rising star after topsy-turvy clash

Joe Perry knows he’ll have to stay fully focussed in every frame if he wants to go far in the Betway UK Championship.

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The last Peterborough Telegraph Sports Awards winners.

Time to honour your sporting heroes

The Peterborough Telegraph Sports Awards are back and it’s time to start thinking about who deserves an honour for outstanding sporting achievement in 2017.

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The successful Hicks Karate School fighters were from t he left, back, Elise Ward, Aaron Dickerson, instructor Atlanta Hickman, David Cairns, chief instructor Andrew Hicks, David Prior, Sarah Ward, Chloe Prior, middle, Aaron Leonard, Shiv Panchal, Sophie Hicks, Lucy Hicks, Casey Stone, Raihan Ebrahim, front, Joell Celaire, Denas Jankauskas, Joshua Leonard, Sophie Doyle and Oliver Profitt.

It all clicks for Hicks as they finish super series as top club

The Fengate-based Hicks Karate School were celebrating on Sunday after finishing as top club in the Peterborough Championship Series - a huge martial arts competition that attracts clubs from across the country.

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Joe Perry in action.

UK CHAMPIONSHIP: Perry sails through the first round

Big-match experience made the difference according to Joe Perry as he breezed into the second round of the Betway UK Championship last night (November 29).

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Jor Perry

NORTHERN IRELAND OPEN: Joe ‘Dunn’ in by slowcoach

A frustrated Joe Perry admitted he couldn’t cope with the sluggish play of opponent Mike Dunn as he suffered a shock loss at the Dafabet Northern Ireland Open.

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Joe Perry is in good form in Belfast.

NORTHERN IRELAND OPEN: Perry through to the last 16

Joe Perry put all the experience of his 25-year career to perfect use this morning (November 23) to ease his way through to the last 16 in the Dafabet Northern Ireland Open.

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PACTRAC prizewinners, from the left,  Susie Freeman, Simon Hoppe and Georgina Jennings.

Treble champion Jennings takes top PACTRAC prize

Peterborough Triathlon Club (PACTRAC) super veteran Georgina Jennings picked up the Outstanding Performance Trophy when the club held their annual prize presentation evening at the Kings Arms

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Joe Perry in action.

NORTHERN IRELAND OPEN: Perry browned off after missing out on a 147

Joe Perry came within three pots of ending his 25-year wait for a maximum 147 break before wretched luck saw his dreams cruelly shattered in Belfast last night (November 22).

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Joe Perry in action.

NORTHERN IRELAND OPEN: Perry edges through against a good friend

Joe Perry launched his Dafabet Northern Ireland Open campaign around familiar faces in Belfast last night - by playing and beating the man he is sharing an apartment with.

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Peterborough BCKAs world champions. From the left they are Eddy Paddock, Leon Gold and Sam Spencer.

Gold rush in Mexico, Portugal and Holland

Local martial artists are ruling the world.

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