Au­gust 2006

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Sport -

ATH­LET­ICS: Peter­bor­ough Ath­letic Club’s teenage tal­ent Louise Hazel was called up to rep­re­sent Great Bri­tain in the hep­tathlon at the Euro­pean Cham­pi­onships in Gothen­burg. POSH: Keith Alexan­der’s side ham­mered Bris­tol Rovers 4-1 in their open­ing League Two fix­ture with goals by Jamie Day, Richard Butcher, Si­mon Yeo and Lloyd Opara. SPEEDWAY: Pan­thers num­ber one Hans An­der­sen scored 20 points but the city side still lost 51-43 at Ip­swich. Team boss Trevor S wales read the riot act to his riders after­wards say­ing: “We are in dan- ger of be­com­ing a one-man team. Hans An­der­sen can’t win the Elite League on his own.” CRICKET: There was a boun­day bo­nanza at Port Lane as Cas­tor’s Adam Dry­den (132) and Lau­rence Davis (85) pu­ton a club record 190 for the se­cond wicket against Cam­bridge NC Ii na Cambs League match. Dry­den bashed 16 fours and four sixes and Davis struck 13 fours and three sixes. SWIM­MING: Tal­ented all­round sports­man Cal­lum French won a sil­ver medal in the Un­der 13 boys 100m but­ter­fly at the ASA Na­tional Cham­pi­onships.

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