Septem­ber 1986

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Those Were The Days -

CRICKET: Peter­bor­ough Town cruised to a six-wicket win over Old Welling­buri­ans in the North ants League. Skip­per Alan Swan nm a dean un­beaten 53 out of Town’s 112-4. Neil Tay­lor (3-23) and Ge­off Towns(3-26) were Town’s best bowlers. ICE HOCKEY: Peter­bor­ough Pi­rates were beaten 6-5 at home by Ox­ford City Stars af­ter hav­ing Cana­dian im­port Todd Bid­ner dis­missed half­way through. Be­fore his game mis­con­duct charge for fight­ing, Bid­ner had scored one goal and sup­plied two as­sists. CRICKET: For­mer Posh star John Cozens smashed a su­perb 117 for Thomas Cook in a drawn South Lincs League game against Cas­tor. CRICKET: Peter­bor­ough Town beat Mar­ket Deep­ing by six wick­ets in the South Lincs League. They bowled Deep­ing out for 115 with Adam Howorth tak­ing 4-27 and Ajaz Akhtar 3-24. FOOT­BALL: Baker Perkins went top of UCL Divi­sion One af­ter a 3-0 win over Thrap­ston. Neil Bird, Gary Scotcher and Keith Roberts got the goals. ATH­LET­ICS : Thames Val­ley Har­rier Peter Rice won the Thor­ney 5 in 27:22 with Stan Bowles of Peter­bor­ough AC fin­ish­ing run­ner-up in 27:50. Terry Fone of Bush­field Jog­gers was third in 27:59.

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