Peterborough Lions performed a smash and grab raid at Nuneaton this afternoon (February 17) to keep their English Clubs Championship promotion hopes alive and kicking. They scored three tries in the last eight minutes to win 21-20 and maintain second place in the Midlands Premiership table - 10 points ahead of nearest rivals Newport with six games to go. “I can’t believe what I’ve just witnessed,” said Lions chairman Andy Moore.
History was made at Occupation Road this afternoon (February 17) as Oundle picked up their first ever English Clubs Championship win against big rivals Borough. And they didn’t just win the Midlands Division One East clash, they hammered the visitors 40-14. Borough head coach Lee Adamson missed the match after an accident with a pane of glass and he was undergoing hospital treatment. And that, I’m sure, was less painful than watching his under-performing side would have been.
Injuries and unavailability caught up with Borough today (February 10) as they suffered their heaviest defeat of the season in the English Clubs Championship. They were away to in-form Midlands Division One side Kettering and were beaten 36-10 - their third loss on the trot. With Tom Williams, Sarel Pretorius, Scott Mills and James Dingle all missing and with Joe Andresen now having moved to New Zealand for a year, it was a much changed and very youthful Borough side that took to the field.
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Selecting a term
Start searching tweets, articles from media outlets, articles mentioned in tweets, journalists'
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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