After weeks of rain, the course for the fourth round (of six) of the winter Frostbite League was rather muddy in places.
The new year brought Fenland Running Club members out in force for the Frostbite League race hosted by March AC.
The North Level at Tydd Gote continues to fish extremely well with tench and an abundance of silver fish showing to match and pleasure anglers alike.
S Tech Prem League – ICA Ladies 6 March Town Ladies 2 The Hares came unstuck on a muddy pitch in Bretton.
Three Counties Running Club adult members on Sunday took part in the Ryston Cross Country series held at Shouldham, along with a ‘cheer squad’.
King’s Lynn’s Adrian Flux Arena this Sunday (12 noon) hosts the first of the out-of-season bangers “Icebreaker” British Open Team Championships.
Peterborough 2nds 3 Wisbech Ladies 3 Wisbech travelled and started the game with twin centre halves and a flat back three for this derby.
Wisbech Men 1 Bedford 2’s 1 In the reverse fixture earlier in the season Wisbech had been outplayed, but fancied getting a result on a blustery day.
Nine Three Counties Running Club junior members took part in the 36-entry Wisbech Junior Parkrun, with winner of the 2k race being Maisie Macdonald.
Hares boss Brett Whaley said his side’s inconsistency reared its head in a tough Thurlow Nunn League Division One North fixture at Ipswich Wanderers.
March Bears 40 Ely II 19 In a strong cross-wind a fantastic kick from March's own 22 in the eighth minute allowed Coetzer to score under the posts.
BetVictor NPL South East Wisbech Town boss Kevin Ward was incensed at the officials for not protecting skipper Sam Spencer in a 6-4 loss at Carlton.
Wisbech St Mary are six points adrift at the bottom of Thurlow Nunn League division one north after conceding three second half goals at Haverhill.
Former finalist Joe Perry from Chatteris pulled off one of the shocks of the season when dumping UK champion Ding Junhui from the Masters on Sunday.
Leverington teenage pro footballer Kyle Barker made his Peterborough United FA Cup debut at Premier League Burnley FC in a third-round 4-2 defeat.
A much-changed Wisbech 1st XV lost 70-0 at Sedley Taylor Road, Cambridge, when playing second in London 3 Eastern Counties League Cantabs RUFC.
Long Sutton Men 3 Horncastle 2 After 11 hockey games with zero points, Sutton 1sts celebrated the new pitch and their first game in 2020 with a win.
Maxton Paine and Quinn Arkle from LK Tennis Academy, Wisbech, were both called upon to represent Cambridgeshire in county matches against Suffolk.
North Cambs completed an EBF Derbyshire Trophy clean sweep against Northants B on Sunday at Sutton St James Indoor Bowls Club.
Ian Milburn (pictured) of Fenland Running Club completed his 250th parkrun on Saturday by finishing the 439th King’s Lynn race.