Frankie & Benny’s sponsor Wisbech invitation cup finalists
Frankie & Benny’s restaurant at Wisbech have sponsored the new kit of Wisbech Town Ladies.
Pictured are Steven Shand, store manager, and Kelly Ayton, general manager, presenting new shirts to vice-captain Elizabeth Simpson.
Wisbech had a 2-2 draw with top of the table Bourne Town, goal scorers were Josie Turner and Sophie Gutteridge. Wisbech ladies tonight at Ely City ground play in the Junior Invitation Cup final, against Cambridge United Reserves.
U12 Cup Final
Kings Cliffe 2 WSM 1
Wisbech St Mary missed out on the cup but this wasn’t down to their standard of play.
Goal scorer and overall player of the match (as picked by the FA) was Piper Brundle. A great season; well done team and Alex Albutt.
Cambs League 5B
Upwell first team ended AFC Barley Mow’s 100 per cent record of 26 games, running out 4-1 winners away in midweek.
Upwell scorers: Sergio Jimenez from 25 yards, Jack Watson a header, Matt Bruce from close range and captain Matthew Thomas with a free kick.
Manager, Karl Schultz said: “This sends out a massive statement to the league showing Barley Mow are not unbeatable.”
Upwell suffered their first home league defeat of the season 4-1 against Barley Mow in the return fixture.
Midway through the second half Upwell restored parity through a Matt Bruce penalty and looked more likely to take the lead before suffering a double sucker punch to go 3-1 down.
Schultz said: “It’s disappointing after beating them earlier in the week. We’ve secured third in the league and got four games in hand over second-placed Eagle whilst only four points behind them.”
Benwick Ath Res 4 Barton Mills 2
Benwick Res are making a late push to get off the bottom with a second game without defeat. Scorers were: Dayne Moore, Joe Davis, Sam Kavanagh and Neal Longfoot off the bar.
Manager Mark Bishop said: “My lads battled like beavers to get the points. I’m very proud.”
Upwell A threw away a 2-0 lead against The Woottons Reserves to end their NWN League title pursuit.
Upwell took the lead through Josh Pearce and Jake Gent, but lost 3-2.