It was a case of what could have been for Chatteris Town Reserves, writes Dan Mason.
Next Saturday in Thurlow Nunn League First Division North, March Town United entertain Wisbech St Mary in a Fenland derby at the GER ground.
Long Sutton Hockey Men’s 1sts 3 St Neots 1sts 7
Some 32 players from Gorefield and CMB bowls clubs enjoyed playing in the Brian Warren memorial match at the Hudson IBC in Wisbech on Saturday.
The Mark Farnham Schools of Tae Kwon-Do have had much success at black belt gradings.
On a sunny Remembrance Sunday morning Wisbech under-11’s travelled to a busy Peterborough for triangular matches involving the hosts and St Ives.
Wisbech Men’s 1st 3 Old Southendians 4 Southend broke the deadlock early while Wisbech were still asleep.
Wisbech Town Cricket Club will hold their annual meeting at their Harecroft Road headquarters on Friday, November 30 at 7.30pm.
A young Wisbech side put their name on the Ernie Wool Shield for the first time when they beat four times winners and host club Chatteris by 30 runs.
Wisbech Town and March Town finished almost level on points, in sixth and seventh places respectively, in the final Whitings Cambs League standings.
The ladies at March Golf Club held their annual meeting and presentation night.
Wisbech Town FC exited the Buildbase FA Trophy at the hands of hosts Yaxley on Saturday.
Wisbech St Mary 4 Leiston Res 1 The Saints made a positive start to life under new manager Joe Simpson as Jack Friend struck against in-form Leiston.
Once again there was a huge turnout for the first March Open fished on the Old Nene through the town.
Spratts AC were back on the Decoy Lakes complex last week, fishing the Six Island Pool that had lost a bit of form since it had a few heavy frosts.
Round three of the Angling Trust East Midland Winter League on the Old Nene at Benwick produced one of the best results ever seen on the venue.