Septem­ber 2006

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Those Were The Days -

SPEED­WAY: Pan­thers pow­ered their way to the top of the Elite Leaguetable witha55-34 win at home to Ox­ford. Richard Hall was the star of the show with 14 points fol­lowed by Jes­per B. Jensen (12pts) and Hans An­der­sen (11pts). ATH­LET­ICS: Peter­bor­ough Ath­letic Club’s Dan Pet­tit won the Nene Val­ley 5k at Ferry Mead­ows in 14:44. FOOT­BALL: Paul Gauntlett helped him­self to a hat-trick as Fratelli beat Lime­tree UTR 5-1 in the Peter­bor­ough Sun­day Morn­ing League. POSH: New Posh striker Si­mon Yeo frac­tured his cheek­bone in three places af­ter col­lid­ing with Bury goal­keeper Kasper Sch­me­ichel. Vis­i­tors Bury won 1-0. FOOT­BALLER: Whit­tle­sey United were rid­ing high at the top of the Peter­bor­ough League Pre­mier Divi­sion af­ter a 2-1 win over Pinch­beck cour­tesy of goals by Steve Phillips and Liam South­gate. CRICKET: Thir­teen year-old Harry Chap­pell starred for Nass­ing­ton thirds in a Hunts League win over Buck­den sec­onds. First he hit 62 out of Nass­ing­ton’s 241-9 - adding 135 for the fifth wicket with vet­eran Bill Tay­lor (69) - and then he took 5-20 as Buck­den were skit­tled for 89.

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