Fenmen boss Brett Whaley says his job is tough lately as the side is decimated by injuries.
The Fenmen lost in the league this afternoon, the Saints and Drove were knocked out of the FA Vase, while the Hares' match was abandoned.
The boss hopes it can take his players' minds off a poor start to the season.
The Fenmen are gearing up for a run of three games in six days.
Drove's players need to cut out their ten minute periods of madness.
The Hares took a number of positives from the game.
Wisbech Town were beaten by lower league opposition in the FA Cup this afternoon.
Here's a round-up of all Saturday's local football action.
Interim Hares boss says he'd love the job permanently and thanks the fans for great support.
After five straight defeats, the Hares were back to winning ways today.
Robbie Harris rued an opening ten minutes that gave his side a mountain to climb.
The Hares were victorious today, but there was a defeat for Drove, while the Fenmen play tomorrow and the Saints had no weekend fixture.
The Fenmen have announced a new ground sponsor.
A clear the air talk laid the foundations for a welcome victory for Wisbech against Cambridgeshire neighbours Yaxley today.
The Fenmen picked up their first league points of the season against Yaxley this afternoon.