Wisbech Town 7,
Harborough Town 0
The Fenmen notched their biggest win of the season in their only home game during January after a 15-minute first half blitz on Saturday.
Danny Beaumont opened the scoring in the third minute, and goals were soon added by Adam Millson (6), Tommy Treacher (7) and Scott Johnson (16) against second-from-bottom ChromaSport & Trophies UCL Premier Division side Harborough.
Treacher, who had earlier set up Beaumont and Millson, then again put Millson through for the fifth goal. Billy Smith and Treacher completed the tally.
Wisbech manager Dick Creasey said: “I hadn’t been too pleased with the last couple of performances and I said that at 2pm.
“You can’t pre-judge the opposition and to be four up after 15 minutes is the response you want. The players set the height of the bar, not me.”
Paul Cousins came on for Jon Fairweather, who had strained a stomach muscle, early on.
Creasey said: “Cousi had an operation (on his knee) prior to Christmas and he hasn’t had a lot of football, but he did really well. It was a big positive.”
Wisbech: Jordan, Johnson, Fairweather (Cousins), Wilson, Spafford, Smith, Reid, Millson (Bishop), Lunn, Treacher, Beaumont (Ford). Subs: Horne, Cobb.
Cambs City 6, Wisbech 0
A strong Cambridge City scored three goals in each half at the Glassworld in the quarter-finals of the Cambridgeshire Invitation Cup, sponsored by Ridgeons, on Wednesday.
Former Fenman Christopher Bacon made no celebration when scoring the third City goal.
AFC Rushden 25 19 3 3 60
Holbeach Utd 21 17 1 3 52
Yaxley 22 15 2 5 47
Wisbech Town 20 13 3 4 42
Peterb NS 23 13 3 7 42
Deeping Rgs 20 12 2 6 38