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Jones 'bitterly disappointed' by Luton Town exit

Luton Town manager Nathan Jones struggled to hide his frustration after watching his side concede in the 95th minute of their League Two semi-final to end their hopes of reaching Wembley.

The tie appeared to heading for extra-time, before goalkeeper Stuart Moore's last minute own goal handed Blackpool an aggregate victory.

Jones admitted he was "bitterly disappointed" that his players switched off at the most critical moment of the tie, but backed them to bounce back next year.

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Peter Wright misses out on Premier League darts title

Peter Wright was unale to add to his UK Open title Credit: PA

Suffolk's Peter Wright missed out on winning the Premier League Darts title after he was beaten by Michael van Gerwen at London's O2 Arena.

The 47-year-old from Mendham survived a thrilling comeback from Phil Taylor in the semi-final to reach the next round.

Michael van Gerwen came from 7-2 down in a dramatic final to beat Wright 11-10 after he missed six match darts.

The Dutchman picked up his third major title of 2017.

Lee Angol: Striker swaps Peterborough for Mansfield

Lee Angol in action for Peterborough against Chelsea in the FA Cup. Credit: PA

Peterborough United striker Lee Angol has joined League Two side Mansfield Town for an undisclosed fee.

The 22-year-old has struggled for game time at Posh under manager Grant McCann and was loaned out to Lincoln City towards the end of last season.

He helped the Imps gain promotion from the National League during his spell at Sincil Bank and had attracted interest from a number of clubs.

Angol's Peterborough teammate Hayden White has also completed a permanent move to Mansfield following a successful loan stint.

McGrandles previously played for Falkirk. Credit: PA

Meanwhile, former Norwich City midfielder Conor McGrandles has agreed to move to MK Dons on a free transfer.

The 21-year-old has signed a two-year-deal and will be hoping to establish himself in England having struggled with injury during his time at Carrow Road.

“When I learnt MK Dons were interested, I knew that it would be a great place for me to come to," McGrandles said.

"I know the ambition the club is to get out of the league again and that was a big factor. I know the manager and the coaching staff well too so that was a big draw."

Peter Wright goes for Premier League Darts glory

Peter Wright will be hoping he has a dream night at the O2 Credit: PA

Suffolk's Peter Wright will bid to lift the Darts Premier League Trophy at the O2 in London tonight.

The 47-year-old from Mendham will face the legendary Phil Taylor in the semi-finals, with the winner going on to face either Michael van Gerwen or Gary Anderson later in the evening.

It will be the world number three's first appearance in the play-offs having narrowly missed out in previous years.

A record prize of £250,000 is at stake for the eventual champion.

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George Smith: Northampton Town sign Gateshead defender

George Smith previously played for Barnsley. Credit: PA

Northampton Town have signed left-back George Smith from non-league side Gateshead for an undisclosed fee.

The 20-year-old played 38 games in the National League last season after leaving Championship club Barnsley.

Smith helped the Tykes gain promotion from League One in 2015/16, making 25 appearances, and also had a loan spell at Crawley Town.

He has agreed a two-year deal at Sixfields and will provide competition for fellow full-back David Buchanan.

He has a lot of ability, he is a talented boy and he has a fantastic attitude.

David Buchanan did really well for us last season, but as we have spoken about before, we didn't always have competition for places, players challenging each other and the necessary depth in the squad, and George's signing helps with that.

He has performed well in League 1 before, we think he is a very good player with a bright future ahead of him. He is someone who will only improve further and we are delighted he will be joining us.

– Justin Edinburgh, Northampton Town manager

Elsewhere, Peterborough United have announced that 18-year-old goalkeeper Josh Tibbetts will join them on a two-year deal once his deal with Championship side Birmingham City ends next month.

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