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MK Dons 4-5 PUSFC
Posh Scorer(s): Charlie Bossett (3), Craig Buckley, Gilbert Mensah
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Cambridge Utd 5-2 PUSFC
Posh Scorer(s): Charlie Bossett (2)
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PUSFC 3-3 MK Dons
Posh Scorer(s): Ashley Garford; Lewis Hinch; Craig Buckley
PUSFC battled to a very hard-earned 3-3 draw with MK Dons, who grabbed their equalizer with the very last kick of the game. That said, they were well worth a point and certainly deserved to grab something from a game in which we just never quite got going.
We move on to Preston....
|Posted by pusfc on July 18, 2013 at 5:40 AM||comments (0)|
This summer, PUSFC player John Webb and his work colleague Thomas Ress are going to cycle across America to raise money (they aim to raise £10,000) for 3 charities, Cancer Research UK, MacMillan and the Stroke Association.
They depart from San Francisco on Monday 19 August 2013 and aim to arrive in New York 35 days later (including 4 rest days) on 23 September 2013, having cycled approximately 3,150 miles. The route will take them from the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco to ...
|Posted by pusfc on February 24, 2013 at 6:45 AM||comments (0)|
Cambridge Utd 3-4 Peterborough SFC
Posh Goals: Wilson, Buckley (2), Mensah
After the AFC Halifax setback, PUSFC got back on the winning trail again with a well deserved 4-3 away win over local rivals Cambridge Utd.
A blistering start to the game saw us take a 3-0 lead thanks to great goals from Jordon Wilson and Craig Buckley (2), but a spirited fight-back from the Cambridge lads in the second half saw them claw the scoreline back to 3-3 before Gilbert Mensah broke Cambridge h...Read Full Post »
|Posted by pusfc on February 2, 2013 at 6:45 AM||comments (0)|
A combination of wasteful finishing and kamikaze defending saw PUSFC slide to a humbling 1-8 defeat at the hands of a useful AFC Halifax side in our latest IFA League fixture. While worthy winners, the scoreline was perhaps a touch flattering to Halifax, but they made the most of their chances and we clearly lacked match sharpness! Andrew Swann chipped in with the solitary Posh goal - stabbing in from close range after good work (though not a good attempt at a finish!) from Ian Walker.Read Full Post »