Peterborough and District League Premier Division Pinchbeck United 0 Ramsey Town 4 RAMSEY Town produced a superb performance away from home at Pinchbeck to clinch the Peterborough Premier League title for the first time in their history. The Rams had the opportunity to wrap up the championship on Tuesday against Moulton Harrox, when they were held to a goalless draw, but a convincing win on Saturday brought the title to Cricketfields Lane for the first time in the club's history. It seals back-to-back championships for the club, who won Peterborough League Division One last season without losing a game. Ramsey's title was won by a late-season run in which they took 16 points from a possible 18, just as rivals AFC Fletton and Rutland Rangers faltered, and a defence which has not conceded in 630 minutes. They also scored 22 goals in that time, though manager Paul Taylor admitted their excellent run of form didn't prevent the nerves on Saturday.