Fenland had double cause for celebration on Tuesday night as two of the area's senior football sides booked places in their respective cup finals.
The 2024 stock car season bursts into life at the Adrian Flux Arena on Saturday (5pm) when the UK’s top three formulas are in action.
Wisbech withstood a second-half barrage from North Walsham Raiders to finally record their first win of the campaign.
Park travelled to Fulbourn for only their second away game this season looking to build on their previous good results.
Wisbech men moved a step closer to the league title as they bounced back from the disappointment of last week's cup exit.
The Fenland-based Samurai Karate Schools returned home with a huge medal haul from the Eastern Shotokan Karate Championships.
Three Counties Running Club members took part in lots of different parkrun destinations and also a half marathon in Malta.
A company has renewed its long-term sponsorship of a top British boxer.
Ash Taylor says a slow start to the second half cost March Town in their top-five clash at St Neots on Saturday.
Wisbech suffered another defeat on Saturday when they were beaten 32-21 by Ipswich YM at The Street.
Park Ladies produced another excellent second-half comeback to take home the points against Eaton Socon with a 3-1 victory.
Three Counties Running Club member Andi Woolley set a new course personal best during his second visit to Ironman 70.3 Muscat in Oman.
A stalwart from Wisbech Tennis Club has been honoured with a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Cambs LTA Awards.
March Bears maintained their undefeated record but almost snatched defeat from the jaws of victory in a 31-31 draw with Saffron Walden.
The annual Trackstar Awards night took place and several Fenland drivers went home with some silverware following a fantastic 2023 season.
March Town Cricket Club recently held its annual general meeting in the pavilion.
After a delayed start date, the new captains at March Golf Club were able to begin their terms of office with the Captain’s drive off.
Golfers from Tydd St Giles have been busy in several club competitions.
Students from the Mark Farnham Schools of Tae Kwon-do took part in the TAGB Midlands Championships.
March Athletic Club members took on one of their toughest challenges this year - the Stamford St Valentine 30k.