A big win for Wisbech is the featured game in this week's cricket review.
In his monthly 'Words From Wallis' column, Stephen Wallis discusses sporting retirements.
Young footballers have been kitted out with new rain jackets.
Arran Duke is looking forward to March Town's season-opener this weekend.
Parson Drove manager Robbie Harris is looking forward to returning to competitive football this weekend.
Boss Brett Whaley was happy with his side's friendly result last week.
Wisbech Town Walking FC romped to two victories on their way to sealing a first league title.
The East League hockey campaign has been terminated with immediate effect.
A sporty teenager is aiming to run one mile every hour for 24 hours in aid of her local hockey and cricket clubs.
Here's a round-up of the final weekend of hockey before lockdown.
It was a topsy-turvy afternoon as racing returned to King's Lynn.
Wisbech cyclers have once again showed off their talents throughout their recent exploits.
This club's members enjoyed a mini court family tournament at the weekend.
North Cambs Bowling Federation recently held their outdoor finals at Gorefield Bowls Club.
Buttonhole Lake played host to an exciting fishing match last week.
The latest angler to book his place in the Buttonhole Lake final in September is Liam Easey.
Winner of the latest qualifier at Buttonhole Lake was a delighted Steve Poole.