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POSH: Ray Smith (2), Billy Hails (2), Jim Rayner, Peter McNamee and Denis Emery were the Posh marksmen in a 7 1 win over Bury Town in the fourth qualifying round of the FA Cup at London Road. The crowd was just short of 10,000. The win earned Posh a home draw against Third Division Shrewsbury Town in the first round proper.

POSH: Ray Smith (2), Billy Hails (2), Jim Rayner, Peter McNamee and Denis Emery were the Posh marksmen in a 7 1 win over Bury Town in the fourth qualifying round of the FA Cup at London Road. The crowd was just short of 10,000. Chosen to play for Northampton Saints against London Irish in Sunbury, Hillson was brassed off
replica ray bans when he got there only to find the big game had been called off because of thick fog. Hillson was then given a lift home from London by well known rugby international Ron Jacobs from Thorney and on the North Circular Road he looked out of the window to guide Jacobs and his head struck a parked car. He sustained a badly cut face and was sidelined for a week.

PIGEON RACING: Cyril Parrott and Johnny Piccaver were the top trophy winners at the Peterborough City Flying Club presentation dinner at the Co op restuarant.

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FOOTBALL: Two Fletton Secondary Modern School pupils scored all the goals as Peterborough Boys beat Isle of Ely Boys 7 2. Centre forward David Broughton scored four and inside right John Templeman scored a hat trick in the English Schools Shield third round tie.

FOOTBALL: Leaders in each of the three divisions of the Peterborough Sunday Afternoon League were Eye Rovers (Div One), New England (Div
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FOOTBALL: Diesel stayed top of the Wirrina Fives League after making it seven wins in a row with a 3 1 beating of British Rail. Geoff Biggs (2) and Jimmy Forsyth scored their goals.

FOOTBALL: Posh Youths beat Norwich City 2 1 to advance to the second round of the FA Youth Cup. Goalscorers were Steve Froude and Nick Musson.

POSH: A goal in extra time by Colin Garwood earned Posh a 2 1 win over Cambridge United in the Hunts Premier Cup final. Man of the match was Posh keeper Richard Dighton.

FOOTBALL: Graham Harris netted four times for Warboys in a 5 3 Peterborough League Premier Division win over Oundle Town.

POSH: Defensive blunders cost Posh dear as they slumped to a 5 3 defeat at Brentford. John Wile and Jim Iley were the Posh goalscorers.30 YEARS AGO

FOOTBALL: Peterborough Boys were beaten 5 3 by South Leicester in the third round of the English Schools Shield. Adrian Morgan (2) and Gary Cope were the Peterborough scorers.

FOOTBALL: Peterborough League Division Five leaders Gedney Hill beat March St Mary Reserves 10 0 with Alan Brighty scoring six of them.

FOOTBALL: Peterborough League Premier Division leaders Eye United beat Kettering Avondale 5 0 in the Northants Junior Cup with goals by Nick Papworth (2), Billy Hurry (2) and Pete McCrudden.

FOOTBALL: Parson Drove just missed out on a place in the first round proper of the FA Cup after losing 1 0 to Burton Albion in the fourth qualifying round. Burton’s best player was former Posh forward Jon Nixon.

HOCKEY: Seventeen year old Stanground schoolboy Adrian Milner scored two spectacular goals for Peterborough Town in a 3 1 win at Saffron Walden.

POSH: Man of the match Andy Parkinson was one of the scorers as Posh won 3 1 at home to Lincoln. Billy Kellock and Tony Cliss got the other Posh goals.

BOXING: Steve Plavecz was an impressive winner for Focus Amateur Boxing Club when he knocked his opponent out in the second round at a show at the Focus headquarters in Chestnut Avenue. Other Focus winners were David Pierre and Robert Smith.

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POSH: David Robinson headed a last gasp equaliser for Posh in a 1 1 home draw with Grimsby. The result kept Posh third in Division Four and before the game manager Mark Lawrenson received a magnum of champagne after being named manager of the month.

FOOTBALL: The big local FA Vase tie between Stamford and Spalding ended all square at 2 2 after extra time. Ian Robson, son of Posh legend Tommy, scored a spectacular goal for Stamford, who also had Tim Gale on target. John Humphreys scored both Spalding goals.

FOOTBALL: Young Mark Garwood, son of former Posh striker Colin, scored on his debut for Wisbech in a 3 1 win over Halstead. Their try scorers were Anthony Egglestone and Mark England.

RUGBY LEAGUE: The Peterborough Rugby League team beat Mansfield 16 0. Richard Jenkins (2) and Mark Whalley scored tries with Kevin Picton adding a conversion and two penalties.Articles Connexes: