Tydd Gote Angling Club: Pete Emery is the angler to beat on the North Level at Main Road at the moment.
St Neots Heathens 31 March Bears 29 March travelled with a much depleted side.
Wisbech 1st XV put in a performance to remember on Saturday when they beat Beccles 10-8 at Beef Meadow.
In their penultimate Derbyshire Trophy match of the season, the North Cambs EBF team beat Lincs on two rinks but lost by 23 shots overall.
Thurlow Nunn League First Division North March Town United played out an away stalemate at Lakenheath on Saturday which pleased manager Brett Whaley.
Wisbech manager Kevin Ward expects new faces to be involved this Saturday.
Tydd St Giles Golf Club ladies section New golf captain for 2020 Christine Young organised her captain’s drive-in competition.
Ex-Commonwealth champion boxer from Chatteris Jordan Gill is looking to make a difference by setting up a foundation – Next Generation.
Mini Orange 9&U players from LK Tennis Academy in Wisbech took the silver on Sunday in the Cambridgeshire Tier 2 tournament at Huntingdon.
LSHC Ladies First 0 Cambridge South 1sts 0 Long Sutton drew with the league leaders who'd had a 100 per cent record before this match.
Three Counties Running Club had a fantastic turnout of 14 runners at the 31st Folksworth 15-miler.
Three Counties Running Club members Matthew Knott and Andi Woolley took part in the Snetterton 10k race event and both bagged personal best times.
On Saturday morning the weather halted almost all of the scheduled hockey league matches for Wisbech.
March Bears 45 St Ives II 25 In perfect conditions, both teams were slow to get off the mark.
March Bears Rugby Club at Elm Road in the town has introduced two new activities which are both open to the public, male or female.
The North Level was low with a steady flow for the Sunday Tydd Gote Angling Club match at Main Road and frost was on the ground for most of the day.
Friday night's men’s tournament at Wisbech Tennis Club was run on a tie break singles theme over 10-minute games.
Wisbech Town lost 3-1 at seventh place Stocksbridge Park Steels on Saturday, with boss Kevin Ward praising the "best football played this season".
Junior badminton players were given presentations at March’s Neale-Wade Academy – while coach Colin Bedford was given a Royal seal of approval.
Wisbech, coming off the back of a heavy defeat to Cantabrigian the week before, welcomed and lost to fourth in the EC3 league, Thetford.