Wisbech's victory over neighbours March was the highlights of this weekend's cricket action.
Wisbech Town CC 1st XI lost their last eight wickets for 18 runs and crashed to a 135-run Whitings Cambs League home defeat versus Histon on Saturday.
Here's a round-up of all the weekend's cricket.
Here's a round-up of all the weekend's cricket action.
Superb Sri Lankan Saranga Rajaguru starred as fifth-spot March Town triumphed at St Ives Town & Warboys.
Here's a round-up of all the weekend's local cricket.
Here's a full round-up of the weekend's cricket action.
Long Sutton Ladies 1sts 0 Pelicans 1sts 0 It was a case of déjà vu for Long Sutton, having travelled to Pelicans for a draw before Christmas.
LSHC Men’s First 6 City Of Peterborough 3rds 2 Long Sutton in their penultimate game of the season built on their excellent form since Christmas.
Fulbourn Ladies 5 March Town Ladies 0 The Hares had a bad day at the office, despite Josie Turner forcing a good save from the home keeper early on.
Wisbech Men’s 1sts 3 West Herts 4 In a battle between relegated sides West Herts took the win with a minute left – for more late Wisbech heartbreak.
Wisbech drivers put on a terrific display in their respective formulas at the Adrian Flux Arena on Saturday, headed by James Licquorice's success.
The spring race season is now almost completely cancelled due to Covid-19 and means that this weekend’s races may well be the last for some time.
Cambs RFU Bowl U16 county cup final Wisbech under-16s lost by just one point at Peterborough on a wet and windy Sunday.
It’s been a mixture of emotions for runners everywhere with races being cancelled or postponed due to the outbreak of the coronavirus.
Coronavirus hit Fenland sporting fixtures hard this weekend.
Busy Fenland Running Club members recorded personal best times (PB) aplenty on Sunday firstly with the Sublime Long Sutton 10k and Half Marathon.
Harry Goldspink, 15, is pictured receiving the Peter Peukert Memorial Trophy from Mrs Fay Peukert on Saturday, held at Wisbech Tennis Club.
Spilsby 1 Wisbech Ladies II 9 After a break last week, Wisbech still looked very sharp from the start of the first half, moving the ball confidently.
Tydd Gote Angling Club: The tench continue to feed on the North Level at Main Road and made an appearance at the final Wednesday Open of the season.