Peterborough United’s deaf football teams are in third position in the English Deaf Football League Southern Division after winning away for the first time in their short history. The only other time they played away was a friendly against Doncaster Reserves in pre-season.
Peterborough United took the lead through man of the match Dean Connoley who powerfully headed in a corner and then soon after Kevin Cordell, who was making his debut scored a left-foot volley after a fine free-kick from Scott Taylor.
Charlton pegged one back from the penalty spot after captain Liam Avey was adjudged to have fouled in the box. He was also given a yellow card. Then Cameron Cockerill stepped up with 15-minutes to go to score another penalty and make the game safe for Peterborough.
St John’s reserves, who are 4th place in the table, have two games in hand. See the league table here and watch our player and manager interviews below. The next game for Posh is a quarter-final away to Bristol in the British Deaf Cup.