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ROLLER HOCKEY: Peterborough lad Clark makes history to help Team GB to a medal

Young Peterborough star Luke Clark has added a European Under 16 bronze to his collection of big Inline Roller Hockey tournament medals - and created a slice of history at the same time.

Henley winners, from left, Adam Neill, Ollie Salonna and Sam Tuck.

HENLEY REGATTA: ‘Huge’ trophy haul for ex Peterborough City rowers

Three former Peterborough City Rowing Club stars won races at the world-renowned Henley Regatta (July 8).

Rosie Turp and Natalie Bicknell.

Gold and silver for City pair Gilby and Smith

Peterborough City Rowing Club got among the medals when they hosted their annual Junior Regatta at Thorpe Meadows on Saturday.

Mark Weathersby.

It’s all over as Weathersby and Bassett win once again

There’s still two rounds to go but the winners of the Peterborough Triathlon Club (PACTRAC) Mini-Series have been decided.

Joe Perry.

LATEST NEWS: Chatteris cueman beats Chinaman for the right to play in Latvia

Chatteris cueman Joe Perry has qualified for the first ranking event of the season.


Here are the laws for flying England flags on cars and from your home during the World Cup

The World Cup is in full swing now and Gareth Southgate’s young lions have captured the hearts of the nation.

The Masters D eight that won a silver medal. They are Anita Carter, Helen Wallace, Tracey Rushton-Thorpe (cox), Hayley Marsters, Joanne Canton, Bridgitte Lloyd, Sarah Smith, Tina Allen and Gail Parker

Super City in red-hot form at the Masters

Peterborough Rowing Club’s form over the last few days has been like the weather . . . red-hot.

PACTRAC chairman Roger Canham (left) and long-time member Roger Brookes (third left) with the rest of the team that cycled across America.

TRIATHLON: Racing all the way across America

Two Peterborough Triathlon Club members were in a team that tackled the world’s roughest bike race.

Jonathan Oakey and Nathan Weedie at the Cardiff Triathlon.

Weathersby wins his place at the World Championships

Peterborough Triathlon Club (PACTRAC) members were out and about at the weekend trying to qualify for various world championship events.

Amy Hayes getting ready for her big swim in Hawaii.

TRIATHLON: A different kind of Channel swim for Amy

Peterborough Triathlon Club (PACTRAC) have a number of members aiming for some big swims.

James Pinkerton (left) on the podium. Picture: Ollie Read

MOTOR-RACING: Silverstone success for Pinkerton

Local racing driver James Pinkerton remains in the hunt for championship success this year.

Neil Back in action for the British Lions.

Former World Cup star SportsAid’s guest speaker

England rugby legend Neil Back was the guest speaker at the latest Peterborough SportsAid lunch at the Holiday Inn West Hotel in Thorpe Wood.

Age group winner Paul Lunn.

Four PACTRACers make the Dambuster podium

Peterborough Triathlon Club (PACTRAC) had two age group winners at the big Dambuster Triathlon at Rutland Water on Saturday.

The Futuwwa team that did well at the English Junior Championships. They are from the left, back, Jimmy Borowski, Habibah Fatimah Zahrah Nargis, Muhammad Abdullah Hussain, Abdur Rahman Sajid, Zain al Abideen Zahid, front, Trevor Hoskins (coach) and Asif Ali (coach).

City club has two English champs

Peterborough’s thriving Futuwwa Wrestling Club got among the medals at the English Junior Championships.

Aaron Colbert in action.

Shinn does well to take a fourth place finish in meeting final

Peterborough’s Kevin Shinn was, as always, in the thick of things in the 1300 Stock Cars at King’s Lynn last Saturday.


Wetherspoons bans England flags from its pubs during World Cup but will allow fans to wear football shirts after outcry

Popular pub chain Wetherspoons has banned staff from flying the St George Cross during the World Cup.


Royal Mail bans postal workers from flying England flags from vans during World Cup

Royal Mail has banned postal workers from flying the England flag on their vehicles during the World Cup.

Mark Weathersby.

Weathersby goes one better

Mark Weathersby went one better than last week to win the third race in the Peterborough Triathlon Club Mini-Series (swim 366 metres, cycle 10 miles run 3.5 miles) at Oundle.

Rosie Turp and Natalie Bicknell were second in the J14 doubles.

Ouse really is great for City crews at Star Club Regatta

There was glory on the Great Ouse for Peterborough City Rowing Club crews on Saturday at the Bedford Star Regatta.

Dan Booth had a fine fifth place in the 1300 Stock Car British Championship at Lochgelly last weekend and will be in action at King's Lynn this Saturday night.

Booth finishes fifth in British Championship

Local stock car racers Dan Booth and Karl Morris made the trip up to Lochgelly in Scotland to compete in the 1300 Stock Car British Championship last weekend.

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