Septem­ber 1996

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Those Were The Days -

FOOT­BALL Mark Bur bridge hit both goals as Or­to­ni­ans beat Peter­bor­ough League Premier Di­vi­sion cham­pi­ons Lev­er­ing­ton 2-1. FOOT­BALL: Newly-promo ted Three Horse ho es won the big Sun­day Com­bi­na­tion League game against reign­ing Premier Di­vi­sion cham­pi­ons Peter Pan 4-3 with goals by Paul Hill (2), Dar­ren Cooper and Glen Kemp. Pan scor­ers were Steve Zenchuk (2) and Dar­ren Edey. CRICKET: Sean McMullen went from hero to vil­lain dur­ing Peter­bor­ough Town’ s 75-run win over Spald­ing in the South Lincs League. He clubbed his first ton for the Bret­ton Gate club - 110 out of 269-5 - but was later dis­missed from the field by his skip­per Ajaz Akhtar fol­low­ing a heated ar­gu­ment with a Spald­ing player. RUGBY: Bor­ough were crushed 52-8 by Bed­ford Ath­letic in the RF U In­ter­me­di­ate Cup. Andy Le­siw scored their con­so­la­tion try. CTICKET: Or­ton Parkquickie Dun­can Craig took 7-24 in a Rut­land League win over Emp­ing ham to make it 97 Di­vi­sion Two wick­ets for the sea­son. That was 34 more than the old divi­sional record and 22 more than the best ever recorded in the en­tire league.

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