Broadstreet 31 (Tries: Skene, Shepherd, Greevy. Cons: Richards 2. Pens: Brown 3, Richards.).
Peterborough 15 (Tries: Kells, Marcisauskas. Con: Kleynhans. Pen: Kleynhans.).
The club was filled to bursting with a pre-match, ex-players dinner for ninety people, plus a large contingent from Peterborough. Broadstreet, who have not played Peterborough for many seasons, also welcomed back Lee Crofts as player-coach after his more than successful career in the National leagues. 'Street, playing some good, skilful and entertaining rugby scored first. Ben Shepard went through from open play to touch down on four minutes, with Richards trying two missed drop-goals either side. Peterborough opened their account when their centre, G. Marcisauskas, went over from a line-out. Kleynhans converted, to bring the score to 5-7 after fifteen minutes. Peterborough broke through again six minutes later, only to fumble the ball. On twenty-five minutes, following a good flowing move that saw him dummy his opposite number, Andrew Skene, 'Street's full back, scored between the posts. This was converted by Richards. Score 12-7. Ten minutes later, 'Street's Tom Greevy touched down from a rolling maul. Richards again converted. Score 19-7. Two minutes into injury time, Peterborough's C. Kells touched down from mixed play, to bring the half-time score to Broadstreet 19 Peterborough 12.
The second half was a different game. After rain had made conditions wet and slippery to favour the heavier Peterborough pack, scoring began with Richards kicking a 35 metre penalty after only 35 seconds into the half. Score 22-12. Richards was then replaced, injured, by Mick Curtis, with Chris Brown taking over at fly-half/ kicker. 'Street, who had changed their pack from their previous game against Walsall, were having difficulty containing Peterborough's heavier forwards, and brought on Lee Crofts to bolster their own pack. Kleynhans, for Peterborough, kicked a penalty nine minutes into the half, which brought the score to 22-15. The rest of the game fluctuated from end to end, with 'Borough through twice only to drop the ball. Brown, who had brought his kicking boots with him, kicked three more penalties on thirteen, twenty-five and thirty-eight minutes. The last one hit the bar, then dropped over to bring the final score to