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Uppingham Town mark chairman Richard Kendrick's 50 years in football by securing Peterborough Senior Cup semi-final spot




Uppingham Town crowned a day of celebration to mark chairman Richard Kendrick's 50-years in football by booking their place in the semi-final of the Peterborough Senior Cup on Saturday.

Town toasted the club stalwart's sterling service by producing a polished performance to defeat in-form Parson Drove 5-2 at Tods Piece.

The victory marked a welcome return to form for Ryan Hunnings' side who went into the match on the back of three successive Premier Division defeats after a stop-start run of fixtures.



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