March Town 3 Stowmarket 1
Both March Town United sides won by the same 3-1 margin on Saturday.
The Hares’ first team beat in-form Stowmarket with two goals by Ondre Odain, one in each half.
Odain then saw their excellent keeper save his spot-kick before Matt Barber converted one 10 minutes from the end.
The Reserves went to leaders Littleport and played very well to win their second game on the trot with goals from Callum Young, Ash Brand and young Tyler Carter on his debut.
Ladies S Tech League
Wisbech Town 3 March Town 4
From the first minute at the Elgood’s Stadium there were chances at either end, with Hares keeper Tori Sharpe saving well and Shannon Kelly going close.
At half time, it was 2-0 to the Hares, thanks to goals from Emma Searle and Kelly. Wisbech replied, only for Kelly and Searle to double their goals. Wisbech hit back and with 15 minutes to go, the score was 4-3. The Hares however held on.
The Hares’ under 15 team made it two out of two as a start for the season when they beat Glinton and Northborough 2-1 at All Saints.
Jamie Gray-Esson and Alexander Bimson scored the goals.
King’s Lynn Sunday League
CSKA Young Boys 2 March Saracens 8
CSKA went in front early on with a long range effort but March responded with two well-taken goals from striker Eddy Pentney.
In the second half the introduction of midfielder Matthew Cox proved crucial as he grabbed a fine hat-trick and the MoM award. Further strikes came from James Hazel (2) and Lewis Jupp.