10 YEARS AGO
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.