Some of Wisbech Town Football Club's well-known former stars laced up their boots for a charity memorial match at the weekend.
Wisbech Town FC face trips to Shropshire and the Peak District for season 2019/20 as they remain in the Evostik League.
S Tech Prem League – Cambs Uni Ladies 3 March Town Ladies 2 The Hares lost 3-2 in their open and competitive penultimate league match.
The hosts won the Wisbech Town Walking Football Tournament, beating Norwich City in the final 2-0 at the Elgood’s Fenland Stadium at the weekend.
Wisbech Town stalwart Jon Fairweather at Saturday's presentation night was presented with a scrapbook featuring his career after 400 Fenmen games.
Some of Wisbech Town Football Club's well-known former stars will be dusting off their boots to line-up for a charity match next weekend.
Catch-up kings Outwell Swifts have taken the Cambs League Mead Plant & Grab 3B title by six points from Buckden Reserves.
Wisbech Town Football Club and One Touch Football have teamed together to create the Wisbech Town Academy.
S-Tech League Prem: March Town Ladies 2 Histon Town Res 0 The Hares, with five 16 year-olds in their starting 11, put in an accomplished performance.
S-Tech Championship North Ketton Ladies 1 Wisbech 2 The 'Fenladies' kept their title hopes alive by inflicting a first defeat of the season on Ketton.
Chatteris Town FC celebrated promotion while Wisbech Town finished 17th in their debut Evostik NPL campaign and March Town sealed a top four spot.
King's Lynn Sunday League CHERRINGTON CUP FINAL Woodman’s Cottage were in their second final and again were runners-up as CSKA Emneth won 1-0.
Luke Plumb starred as Outwell Swifts on Thursday night lifted the Cambs Lower Junior Challenge Cup in the final at Histon FC.
Thurlow Nunn League First Division North: March Tn Utd 3 Fakenham Tn 1 The Hares won their shoot-out with visiting rivals the Ghosts on Easter Monday.