A badminton coach from March and two Wisbech clubs were among the top winners at this year's Living Sports Awards.
Wisbech Men’s 4ths 1 St Ives 4ths 3 After a frantic effort to make the pitch playable the game got underway.
Northants A took their revenge on being beaten 22-0 on their own green (for the first time in their history) by North Cambs EBF.
Promising tennis youngster Maxton Paine came first in an 8 & under mini red individual tournament in Louth, Lincolnshire, on Saturday.
Wisbech Ladies Over 45’s 5 Letchworth 2 A determined Wisbech team took the game to Letchworth and within the first minute were 1-0 up on Sunday.
Three Counties Running Club had a weekend of celebrations with six members travelling to Dumfries in Scotland to take part in the Crichton Parkrun.
Wisbech Ladies 2nds 12 Spilsby 0 All through the game Wisbech had control and played some good hockey with Spilsby close to bottom of the league.
Wisbech Fenland Flyers' top five elite performers bounced their way into the National Finals event which only invites the top 24 in Great Britain.
Wisbech Lions have helped Olympic hopeful Luke Hayes, 13, who was crowned UK Windsurfing Association National Boys champion.
Wisbech 1st XV suffered one of their most disappointing defeats of the season at London 3 Eastern Counties high-flying Ely on Saturday afternoon.
LK Academy 'A' took on seven teams at Easton Tennis Centre in Norfolk on Saturday, winning 24 matches out of 28 in league one and winning gold.
In a fantastic weekend for Three Counties Running Club, King’s Lynn Parkrun saw a great turnout of runners and volunteers, along with three juniors.