Septem­ber 1996

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Those Were The Days -

FOOT­BALL: Ry­hall sprang the surpise of the sea­son when dump­ing Pe­ter­bor­ough League Premier Di­vi­sion ti­tle favourites Perkins out of the PFA Se­nior Cup. Ry­hall won the first round tie 2-1 with goals by Shaun Glover and Andy Porter. FOOT­BALL: Ex-Scot­land, Liver­pool and Chelsea star David Speedie turned out for Steve Evans’ Stam­ford in a 1-0 UCL win over Pot­ton. Steve Collins scored the goal. FOOT­BALL: Striker Gavin Dolby, the player dis­placed by S pee die at Stam­ford, took out his frus­tra­tions on An­gel Inn the next day. He hit four goals against them for Rain- bow City in a 9-1 Mid-Anglia League win. ICE HOCKEY :“I’ m ab­so­lutely dis­gusted. The play­ers had no com­mit­ment, no de­sire and no in­ten­sity,” fumed Pi­rates coach Tony Hunter af­ter a 7-0 thrash­ing at home by Slough. CRICKET: Pe­ter­bor­ough Town re­mained on course for the tre­ble. The Northants League cham­pi­ons and Jaidka Cup win­ners closed in on the South Lin cs League Premier Di­vi­sion ti­tle by beat­ing Gran­tham by three runs. Jonathan Boyce made 63 of Town’s 152 and Gary Rice took 6-44 as Gran­tham were shot out for 149.

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