A fantastic weekend of running for Three Counties Running Club with podium spots, PB’s and first-time outings in TCRC colours.
Cambs Prem Ladies League: March Town 1 Fulbourn Institute 1 The Hares blooded four 16 year-olds in their starting 11 for this S Tech Prem game.
On Sunday 14 members of Fenland Running Club (FRC) headed to Long Sutton to take part in the Sublime Spring 10k.
East Women’s Hockey League: Wisbech Ladies 3rds 2 Newmarket 4’s 0 Wisbech had another solid performance on Saturday.
Wisbech Samurai held a grading day on Sunday at its Marshland Hall Dojo base.
Children from classes 5 and 6 at the Anthony Curton Primary School, Walpole St Peter, took part in a sports tournament run by Wisbech Grammar School.
Cambs League Kershaw Senior A leaders Chatteris Town kept in the title hunt with a 3-0 away success at Huntingdon United.
Eight pupils at Wisbech Grammar School have been selected to represent their counties at cricket this season.
Tyler Phillips will lead March Town CC into this season's Whitings League Division 1 campaign, having been re-elected as club captain at the AGM.
Wisbech Grammar School is proud that Year 10 pupil George Gowler has accepted a place on the Emerging Players Programme at Northamptonshire CCC.
Wisbech Town FC lost their Evo-Stik NPL Division One East basement battle 2-1 at home to bottom side Gresley on Saturday.
Wisbech Town FC fell to a defeat while March Town United drew on the road in their respective leagues on Saturday.
After the big Angling Trust final it was back onto the Twenty Foot Drain at March in the HAJAC open and the match produced extraordinary catches.
It was the huge Angling Trust Winter League final at the weekend, writes Ken Wade.
March will see many anglers looking to renew their rod licence, writes Ken Wade.