It was a bad day for both the Fenmen and the Hares as they suffered defeats on the road this afternoon, while Drove drew their away game.
A hat-trick from Derren Singleton was not enough to get even a point for Wisbech Town Acorns as they were beaten 6-4 at home to Upwell Town.
Although Wisbech’s league season has petered out, manager Alex Street says they still have plenty to play for.
Wisbech were held to a 1-1 draw this afternoon, while Parson Drove were beaten on their travels and March were victims of the weather.
Wisbech St Mary A remain on course for a league and cup treble this season following a big win over near-neighbours Chatteris on Saturday.
Alex Street felt his Wisbech Town side had enough chances to bring home a point from their UCL Premier Division North clash at Eastwood CFC.
There were defeats for Fenland sides Wisbech and Parson Drove this afternoon while March Town's United Counties League game fell foul of the weather.
Seb Hayes has announced his departure as joint boss of March Town United.
Wisbech Town manager Alex Street praised his side's strong defensive display as his side picked up three points in the United Counties Premier North.
Only one Fenland side were victorious as five took part in Cup competitions on Saturday.
A first half header from captain Craig Gillies was enough for The Hares to beat the league leaders this afternoon.
There were victories for both of Fenland’s senior football teams this afternoon.
The Fenmen manager is looking for his team to find the consistency that has eluded them all season as they head into the final third of the season.
Drove must do battle with two of the best teams in the division as they aim for a play-off place.
With just 12 games remaining this season, The Hares have a play-off place in their own hands.