Septem­ber 1986

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Sport -

POSH: John Wile’s side were poor in a 1-1 Divi­sion Four draw against Alder­shot at Lon­don Road. Dave Gre­gory scored a late equaliser. CRICKET: Town col­lapsed from 123-2 to 174 all out against Ket­ter­ing in the Northants League. Pete Dale top-scored with 74 and the game ended in a draw. RUGBY: Bor­ough started the sea­son with a 10-4 win at He mel Hemp stead thanks to a penalty try, a Seen Nichol­son touch­down and an Alan Grif­fin con­ver­sion. SNOOKER; Thir­teen year-old Mark Gray from Bas­ton made a cen­tury break (106) in a prac­tice match against pro­fes­sion- al Mark Wild man at The Court Snooker Cen­tre in Bret­ton. FOOT­BALL: Barry Gaunt scored a hat-trick for Bri­tish Rail in their 7-3 win over United Tech­nol­ogy in Divi­sion One of the Mid-Anglia League. GOLF: Re­tired sur­geon De­nis Bracey proved just as handy with a golf club as a scalpel when win­ning the Veter­ans Cup at Mil­ton with a round of 89-26=63. CRICKET: Nenedale closed in on the Jack Good­win League Divi­sion One ti­tle by beat­ing Leighton Bromswold by six wick­ets. Ge­orge Lev­eridge took 4-15 and Nadeem Mo­hammed 3-5 as Bromswold wer skit­tled for 110.

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