March Town Utd FC hope to improve after going down 2-1 at Fakenham Town in the Thurlow Nunn League Division One North.
Three Counties Running Club are all about supporting the community and one of their many fundraisers was to provide extra lighting in Wisbech Park.
Wisbech Tennis Club hosted a ladies tournament on Friday evening.
Wisbech Rugby Club 1st XV went to Thurston with a very different looking side to that which beat Beccles at home, and lost 52-20.
Wisbech Men 2 Cambs South 2 Having tasted defeat in all four games so far, Wisbech 1sts turned a corner with their first point of the season.
There were ideal weather conditions for Three Counties Running Club members who were racing this weekend.
LSHC Men 1 St Ives 1sts 3 Long Sutton came into this game looking for two things; their first point of the season and the spirit from last season.
Chatteris Kingfishers held its annual awards evening on Saturday, October 5 at Westview Marina, Earith.
Harry Cook (13), who attends Neale-Wade Academy, has been offered a British Moto3 wild card with BANKS Racing in the British Superbikes Championship.
Wisbech Town boss Seb Hayes wants his troops to replicate the weekend’s FA Trophy display at home in the league to Glossop North End on Saturday.
Newly-formed Chatteris Town Football Club U11 girls are pictured in their new strip sponsored by Tony Laws Design and Build.
Spalding 1 Long Sutton HC Ladies 1 A hockey derby which is always a keenly contested affair, and this was no exception.
Three Counties Running Club had a fantastic turnout at Peterborough on Sunday for the 5k Anna’s Hope fun run and Perkins Half Marathon.
Wisbech and March martial artists took medals at the British Tae Kwon-Do Council championships which were held at the Worcester Arena.
Andrew Kilby was in top form at the Tydd Gote Angling Club’s Sunday match at Main Road with an excellent net of tench weighing 39lb 3oz.
March Town Ladies 2 Fulbourn Bluebirds 0 – S Tech Prem League An injury-hit Hares had a good 2-0 win at home.
On Sunday both the March AC teams took part in the first Frostbite League race of the season at St Neots.
The Chatteris Ladies tennis team of Miriam Penegar, Hayley Sizer, Cindy Burnley and Barbara Spilka had a resounding 7-1 win over Ely on October 5.
Officials are uncertain if a football club chairman has resigned in a row over which club a recuperating player goes out on loan to.
Tydd Gote Angling Club’s Sunday match at Main Road again had poor weather with gusting winds and torrential rain but the fish still fed in numbers.