The Posh under 18s kept up their good form with victory over Northampton Town.
The Peterborough United under 18s withstood a fightback from local rivals Northampton Town to claim all three points and the bragging rights after an entertaining encounter at the weekend.
Jack Collison's men raced into an early 2-0 lead, but were pegged back by a determined home outfit, only for Posh to secure all three points in the second half.
Coach Ryan Semple said: "In the first half, for 30 minutes or so we were hugely dominant, were in control and went 2-0 up thanks to one of the trialists who netted from a set-piece and striker Josh Davison who nipped in front of the keeper to finish well.
"Northampton got back into it through a fine strike and in the second half we were under the cosh for the first 15 minutes and were almost waiting to concede the equaliser which came from a mistake on our behalf.
"We started to play again at 2-2 and got the winner thanks to Kyle Barker. It was a good move down the left from Aaron Hart and Kyle finished well. We defended well to see the game out and although we made it harder for ourselves, it was a deserved success.
"We are on a good run and we just need to keep that going now. We face Cheltenham at the Mick George Training Academy on Saturday morning.'
Posh: Trialist, Hart, Goode, Trialist, Freestone, Barker, Strachan, Penfold, Gurney, Davison, Douglas.