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CHAMPIONSHIP SHIELD: Panthers call off Ipswich meeting

Tomorrow night’s (April 24) Championship Shield clash between Peterborough Panthers and Ipswich has been called off.

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Scott Nicholls out in front for Panthers against Redcar.

Shield clash arranged for Tuesday

Panthers owner Ged Rathbone insists he had no alternative other than to stage the club’s remaining SGB Championship Shield clash on Tuesday (April 24).

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Paul Starke in action against Redcar. Picture: David Lowndes

A pleasure to help Panthers out says top man Starke

Star guest Paul Starke led Panthers to a successful SGB Championship start – then gave his former club a glowing endorsement.

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Emil Grondal leads the way for Peterborough Panthers in the first heat against Redcar. Photo: David Lowndes.

MEETING REPORT: Peterborough Panthers start their Championship season with a bang

A terrific team effort ensured Peterborough Panthers made a successful start to the SGB Championship season yesterday (April 15).

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Paul Starke (left) and Ulrich Ostergaard will be in action for Panthers against Redcar.

PREVIEW: City riders seek a fast start to their Championship campaign

Team boss Carl Johnson insists a winning start to the SGB Championship campaign is essential for Peterborough Panthers today (April 15).

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Panthers rider Michael Palm Toft is out of Sunday's SGB Championship opener against Redcar.

LATEST NEWS: Palm Toft’s lucky escape after three-man crash

Peterborough Panthers rider Michael Palm Toft appears to have had a relatively lucky escape from a nasty crash.

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Chris Harris is riding for Glasgow this season.

PREVIEW: Plummer predicts who will win the league and where the Peterborough Panthers will finish

The Peterborough Telegraph’s speedway expert takes a look at the runners and riders in this year’s SGB Championship and predicts where they’ll finish up.

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Scott Nicholls is Panthers number one this season.

BREAKING NEWS: Peterborough Panthers opener is postponed

Peterborough Panthers scheduled trip to Sheffield in the SGB Championship tonight (April 12) has been postponed because of a waterlogged track.

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Chris Harris in action.

SPEEDWAY LATEST: Panthers confirm new assets

Peterborough Panthers have today (April 8) confirmed a major investment in the club’s future with the addition of several new riders to their asset base.

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Emil Grondal.

MEETING REPORT: Panthers suffer their first defeat

Peterborough Panthers owner Ged Rathbone was determined to remain positive in the wake of a first 2018 defeat last night (April 6).

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Ulrich Ostergaard  won his first three races.

MEETING REPORT: Panthers break the Witches spell

Peterborough Panthers continued their successful start to the 2018 season with East Anglian derby glory last night (April 5).

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Tom Bacon could be a key man for Panthers.

Panthers out to produce a couple of Shield shocks

Team manager Carl Johnson believes Panthers are capable of causing a couple of shocks as their season bursts into life over the next two nights.

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Peterborough Panthers in action

LATEST NEWS: Waterlogged track forces Panthers postponement

Peterborough Panthers Championship Shield fixture against Ipswich at the Showground tomorrow (April 1) is off.

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Nike Lunna in action for Panthers against Lakeside. Picture: David Lowndes

Plenty of practice will make Lunna the Finnished article

Team boss Carl Johnson reckons practice will make perfect for new Panthers signing Nike Lunna.

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Emil Grondal leads the way against Lakeside in heat one. Picture: David Lowndes

Danish ace Grondal back with a bang for Panthers

Returning Panthers rider Emil Grondal launched the new season with one of his best-ever performances – and he reckons it came complete with one of his finest rides.

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Nike Lunna leads Panthers teammate MIchael Palm Toft in heat five against Lakeside Hammers. Photo: David Lowndes.

MATCH REPORT: Winning start for Panthers as Emil shines

Peterborough Panthers enjoyed a winning start to the 2018 season last night (March 25) – and team boss Carl Johnson insisted there is a lot more to come.

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New Panthers number one Scott Nicholls.

MEETING PREVIEW: Panthers start with a tasty home clash

Peterborough Panthers launch their 2018 season with a tasty home clash against newcomers Lakeside at the East of England Arena tomorrow (March 25) starting at 7pm.

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The new Peterborough Panthers team for 2018 are, back row, left to right, Nike Lunna, Simon Lambert (on bike), Ulrich Ostergaard, Michael Palm Toft, front, Emil Grondal and Tom Bacon. Photo: David Lowndes.

LATEST NEWS: Nicholls is set to be a prize asset for Panthers

New Peterborough Panthers number one Scott Nicholls is delighted to be back where it all began.

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Nick Morris spearheads the Lakeside team. He's pictured here crashing at Alwalton when riding for Berwick Bandits last year.

Hammers will be a ‘massive test’

Panthers face a ‘massive test’ in their first outing of the new season.

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Ulrich  Ostergaard and Ged Rathbone.

Our supporters will play a huge part in keeping the club on track

Ged Rathbone has two targets for 2018.

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