Septem­ber 2006

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Those Were The Days -

RUGBY: Bor­ough fought back from 18-6 down to draw 21-21 with Scun­thorpe in Mid­lands Di­vi­sion One. Tries came from Gedis Mar­cisauskas, Pete Brud­nell and Gus Mberi. CRICKET: John MacDougall smashed a 57-ball ton for Mar­ket Deep­ing as they beat God manch­ester by nine wick- ets in the Rut­land League. He made 101 not out and struck 14 fours and four sixes as Deep­ing raced to 135-1 in 19 overs. CRICKET: Peter­bor­ough Town ended their Northants League Premier Di­vi­sion seaso non a win­ning note. Cameron Wake struck 75 of Town’ s 241-6 and then Jamie Smith took 4-59 as Finedon were bowled out for 204. POSH: Keith Alexan­der’s side beat Den­nis Wise’s Swin­don 1-0 with a goal by Trevor Ben­jamin. FOOT­BALL: Jim Wat­son’s Yax­ley caused an FA Cup shock when beat­ing higher-level Wiven­hoe 2-1 in a first quali- fy­ing round tie with goals by Mark Paul and Ricky Hail­stone. POSH: A crowd of 10,756 - the best at Lon­don Road for six years-saw Posh put up a brave fight be­fore los­ing 2-1 to Ever­ton in a Car­ling Cup tie. Ever­ton sub Tim Cahill scored the win­ner in the 88th minute.

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