Victories for Wisbech, March and Parson Drove
There were welcome victories for all three of Fenland's senior teams in action this afternoon.
Wisbech Town are up to 17th in the Pitching In Northern Premier League Midland Division, four places off the bottom, after a 2-0 win at Daventry Town.
Toby Allen's fifth goal of the season gave the Fenmen a 14th minute lead and Liam Adams made it 2-0 in the first minute of the second half, thus securing Town's first league away win in nearly two years.
In the Thurlow Nunn Eastern Counties League Premier Division, it's now three league wins on the bounce for March Town, after losing their first five.
The Hares are up to 13th ahead of Tuesday night's trip to 18th placed Ely City, after thumping mid-table Kirkley and Pakefield 5-1. After scoring just one goal in the first seven games of the season, super striker Jack Friend netted four times to make it eight in his last four, and the impressive Jack Frohawk was also on target.
Parson Drove pulled off a great victory in the Thurlow Nunn Eastern Counties League First Division North, beating promotion-chasing Sheringham 1-0 at home. Drove's second win of the season lifts them up to 13th place, four points off the bottom. Ryan Lennon's fourth of the season secured the win.
Wisbech St Mary's game at Leiston Reserves in the same division was postponed. A tweet from Leiston said it was because of a bereavement connected to the Saints.