Wisbech defender Laura Overland has been selected by England for October’s Masters Hockey World Cup in South Africa.
Wisbech entertain Cambridge City, March are at home to Wroxham, Wisbech St Mary host Downham and Parson Drove travel to play Debenham this weekend.
A gold cross found by a roofer in a muddy field has been sold at auction for £12,400.
Despite the rain, children at Wisbech Tennis Club had a fun afternoon.
March AC Junior Luke Cumbridge swapped his club vest for a Cambridgeshire one.
Fenland Running Club members enjoyed a fabulous spring morning at the 5K King’s Lynn Parkrun on Saturday.
Chatteris Ladies made the journey to Glinton on Sunday knowing they were in for a tough test.
Park were back on home soil for the first time in six weeks on Sunday.
Wisbech Wizards put in a strong performance, to reinforce their position at the top of the League.
Wisbech Inline Speed Skating performed well at their home race event.
Wisbech put in a valiant performance in Saturday’s 17-35 loss to league leaders Holt.
The weekend saw the first event in the Junior Fenland League, which consists of 13 teams.
Here is a round-up of all the weekend's hockey action.
On-form March Town face their biggest challenge yet when title favourites Wroxham arrive at the GER on Saturday.
Parson Drove’s topsy turvy season continued on Saturday with a 3-0 home defeat against Whittlesey Athletic.
Wisbech Town have two crucial home games coming up as they bid to stave off relegation.
Here is a round up of all the weekend's local football.
Outwell Swifts suffered penalty shoot-out heartache in the final of the Reg Haigh and Arthur Peck Cup on Friday evening.
Wisbech St Mary were beaten at home today but deserved more from the game.
Wisbech St Mary manager Paul Hunt knew his side was unlucky to lose this afternoon.