Lowestoft Ladies 1, Wisbech Ladies 2
Wisbech gained revenge from the defeats by Lowestoft last season in the Premier League.
Despite end to end action stalemate looked likely until Wisbech broke away down the right wing and Georgie Dunn cooly slotted home a precise ball fired in to the D.
In the second half Lowestoft capitalised on a well worked short corner.
Wisbech did not let the rain wash away their three points and with only minutes to go at a short corner a goalmouth scramble was converted by Steph Hanlon.
With only two games left the team battle for a top four finish. Next weekend is the big derby against Long Sutton at Harecroft Road. 1pm push back.
Wisbech Men 1, Waltham Forest 0
Wisbech, still hoping to secure promotion to East Premier A, enjoyed probably 80% of the possession but were lacking in the final third.
It took a well worked penalty corner to break the deadlock 60 minutes in when Sam Markillie slid in at the far post.
Saturday sees a massive fixture away to top of the table Cambridge University. If you can make the trip to the Wilberforce Road stadium, show your support from 1.30pm.
Cambridge City 4th 0, Wisbech 2nd 6
Wisbech claimed one of two automatic promotion places in East Men’s Hockey League 3NW with an emphatic win away to mid-table City.
Matt Goodwin started the rout with a superbly taken first goal. Hugo Atkins two, Lee Peck and Goodwin added before the break. Jason Esser popped up with a minute to go with a classy finish.
Next Saturday: Wisbech home, Ely City 2nds at 2.30pm.
Wisbech 3rds 2, Rutland 3
Wisbech were 3-0 down but fought back with a fine goal from James Williams and one from Richard Claxton.
Next weekend in Division 3NW: v Alford (a), 2pm start.
Wisbech Ladies 3rds 5, Newmarket Ladies 3rds 0
Player of the match Nicole Rowell opened the scoring and then quickly doubled Wisbech’s lead before half time in a strong team performance.
Rowell netted four before setting up Harriet Bateman for the fifth.
l March 1sts lost to Ely 1sts in a local derby 4-0.