Septem­ber 2006

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Sport -

CRICKET: Ten year-old Ja­son Dunn took a hat-trick in se­nior cricket, achiev­ing the feat in a Mid week League game for Heron against Netts. He fin­ished with fig­ures of 3-5. SPEED­WAY: Pan­thers beat Elite League ri­vals Arena Es­sex 62-28 at Al­wal­ton. Top scorer with13 points from five rides was Ryan Sul­li­van. CRICKET: Or­ton Park cel­e­brated pro­mo­tion from Rut­land League Divi­sion Four by beat­ing Uff­in­g­ton by 80 runs. Barry Mor­ris scored 121 out of their 324-5. RUGBY: Peter­bor­ough Lions smashed Towces­ter sec­onds 62-0 in a friendly with Dan Thomp­son cross­ing for a hat­trick of tries. POSH: Man­ager Keith Alexan­der promised‘ heads will roll’ af­ter his side were thrashed 5-0 at Wal­sall in League Two. Posh fin­ished with nine men af­ter hav­ing Paul Car­den and Guy Branston sent off. FOOT­BALL: Josh Rust net­ted five times for ICA Un­der 13s in their 13-0 win over Spald­ing. ATH­LET­ICS: City school­teacher Matt Amos won the Grunty Fen Half-Marathon in a time of 72:12. FOOT­BALL: Lee Ma­son scored f ive goals for Wood­ston Un­der 12s in a 12-0 win over PSV.

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