The Posh development side recorded a 4-2 win over Norwich City in a friendly fixture.

Midfielder Jermaine Anderson scored twice as the Peterborough United development side beat Norwich City 4-2 at the Mick George Training Academy on Wednesday afternoon.

Anderson completed 90 minutes against the Canaries and scored the first and third Posh goals in an entertaining encounter.

His first goal was converted from close-range after excellent approach play by Jerome Binnom-Williams, but a clumsy challenge from Harry Anderson gave the visitors a chance to equalise from the spot, which they did.

Harry Anderson made amends soon afterwards, beating his man and firing low into the bottom corner from 25-yards.

Jermaine Anderson made it 3-1 with a well-taken finish after good work from Joe Gormley and Callum Chettle made it 4-1 moments later with a stunning strike from just inside the area.

The visitors did reduce the arrears with a scrappy goal, but Posh had plenty of shots on goal before the conclusion of the contest with Adil Nabi clipping the top of the bar and Deon Moore going close.

Posh should have had two penalties in the 90 minutes with Almeida Santos and Moore both felled in the box. Dion-Curtis Henry made two excellent stops late on before the referee brought an end to the friendly.

Michael Smith came through 90 minutes at right-back after a short spell on the sidelines.

Posh: Henry, Binnom-Williams (sub Freestone 46min), Payne, Almeida Santos, Smith, H. Anderson (sub Penfold 80min), Nabi, Chettle (sub Borg 60min), J. Anderson, Gormley, Stevens (sub Moore 46min).