The 2L Stock Cars make their final appearance of 2018 at King’s Lynn on Saturday (5pm) in the first round of the National Series Shootout.
Wisbech Town Ladies 7 Wisbech St Mary Ladies 1 Both teams went into this derby match on the back of convincing opening day wins.
March AC entered two teams this year into the 200-mile Round Norfolk Relay.
S Tech Ladies Prem League – ICA 3 March Town 1 With five debutants in the Hares’ squad for their league opener at ICA, they put in a fine first half.
Wisbech Town and March Town finished almost level on points, in sixth and seventh places respectively, in the final Whitings Cambs League standings.
Wisbech suffered a second tough defeat at home to promotion chasing Holt on Saturday afternoon, losing 19-27 to the league leaders.
Buildbase FA Vase Peterborough Northern Star 1 March Town United 0 Thurlow Nunn Leaguers March Town United exited the 2018/19 FA Vase.
Two adults and one junior from Parkfield Archers in Wimblington have received classification awards to mark how they are progressing as archers.
Buttonhole Fishery on the outskirts of Wisbech may not be the area’s biggest venue but, over the past few months, has put itself on the local map.
Wisbech Town 3 Marske United 1 The Fenmen on Saturday in Evo-Stik NPL Div 1 East beat the league leaders Marske.
Thurlow Nunn League Wisbech St Mary 1 Downham Tn 2 Stuart Beckett bagged the Saints’ goal but they lost to away goals by Jack Brand and Pat Yates.
Leverington Three Counties Running Club members travelled to Rutland to race in the half and full marathon event on Sunday.
James Harradine scored his maiden ton for March Town CC as they ended their Whitings League Division 1 campaign with a 126-run victory over Waresley.
The TT season is almost over with nights drawing in and evening events not possible, but there's some unfinished business for some Wisbech Wheelers.
Sunday saw the Tydd Gote Mega Mania Final fished on the North Level Drain.
Wisbech Town 2 Lincoln United 2 The Fenmen mounted an Evo Stik Northern Premier League East Division comeback from 2-0 down early doors on Tuesday.
Rookies 1 reign supreme after they were unbeaten again during the Wisbech Netball League summer season.
It was time for tennis, fun and food at Chatteris St Peter’s Tennis Club Summer afternoon special for “The Crazy Gang” – club juniors aged 10-15.
Pictured is Wisbech Town 1st XI batsman Josh Bowers who hit 90 not out off 64 balls in their five-wicket Cambs League win over Ramsey.
It was mixed fortunes for Chatteris Town Football Club last weekend, writes Dan Mason.