They came, they ran, they conquered: this was the motto at The Cambridge Saucony Half Marathon inscribed on the medals which all runners received.
March Athletic Club runners were out in force at the annual Cambridge half marathon, with 21 members taking part on a beautiful Sunday morning.
March Town United enter tonight's Division One KO Cup semi-final bidding to maintain new boss Arran Duke's unbeaten run after a 2-2 league draw.
S-Tech Ladies League Premier Division Ketton 1 Leverington 6 Leverington travelled over to Ketton to face a team they know well.
Dennis Houghton was the star man at the Wednesday Open on the North Level at Main Road with an impressive nine tench haul for 32lb 14oz.
There was double delight for Wisbech Grammar School’s hockey and netball teams.
March's Harry Cook had a positive two-day test in Jerez, Spain, upon his JDF Moto3 bike.
St Neots 2 Wisbech Ladies 0 Wisbech travelled in need of three points.
Wisbech RUFC U9’s fielded a strong team of 11 players at the Deeping festival against some tough opponents.
LSHC Men 0 Harleston Magpies 2nds 2 Relegation-threatened Sutton welcomed Harleston – containing ex-national league players – with a depleted team.
The final North Cambs EWBF County Indoor Final was played on Saturday at Sutton St James Indoor Bowls Club.
Maxton Paine from LK Tennis Academy in Wisbech took first place playing at David Lloyd in Cambridge in a Mini Red 8&U individual tournament.
On Saturday a lot of Parkruns were called off due to high winds and rain.
Cambs Nomads 1 Wisbech Men 1 Wisbech travelled to Cambridge at an earlier than usual time and started the game brightly despite having the bare 11.
Wisbech St Mary’s Thurlow Nunn League game at Debenham LC was postponed at the weekend but new boss Stuart Beckett said it gives him more time.
Tydd Gote Angling Club: w/e March 1. Pete Emery took the honours at the Sunday club match with two bonus fish in the final half hour.
Ten runners from Fenland Running Club took part in the 27th St Valentines 30k (Stamford Striders) after having been postponed due to Storm Dennis.
March Town Ladies player, Sydney Davis, is taking time out of football to raise money for the Samaritans, running the Brighton Marathon on April 19.
The first day of March and spring is in the air, but no one told the winds of Storm Jorge, which made the final Frostbite round a challenge.
Sunday saw the Three Counties Running Club ladies tackle The Vitality Big Half: Dawn Ball’s first half marathon, supported by the club’s Amy Baxter.