Wisbech Men’s 3rds dominate Kettering in first half but fail to score
Wisbech Men’s 3rds 0 Kettering 2’s 4
Wisbech can only look at themselves to understand how they were not ahead after a first half they dominated.
After the break Kettering found their feet and started to get on top of the game. Three goals later they gained the points to leave them safe in the league for another season.
Wisbech can take heart in the fact that, defensively, they can hold their own. They just need to learn how to score.
MoM: Josh Shippey, never missed a tackle.
Wisbech Men’s 4ths 0 Ely 3’s 11
The match started with Ely captain advising a 1st team player would be doubling up to make up numbers.
It was a shame really as Ely were only two points above the men’s 4’s and it made what should have been a close game into a one-man show. Wisbech, however, did manage to keep it down to 0-3 at half-time.
Wisbech went for broke, in hindsight a bad move. Not the way they wanted to finish their final game.
The 4ths have come a long way this season and can be proud of themselves.
Captain’s MoM: Fin Murdoch, never stops battling.
Cambs Uni 3’s 9 Wisbech Ladies 2nds 0
Wisbech travelled to Cambridge very early for the last game of the season and were under pressure from the start.
Cambs were very strong, quick, young and well drilled, and were 4-0 up at half-time.
Wisbech did work together with some attack in the second half but couldn’t work through their defence.
PoM: The Team.
Ely 3rds 0 Wisbech Ladies 3rds 2
Ely had a new pitch laid but it was incredibly slow.
The ladies completely dominated the first half and were awarded several short corners, however, it was hard to put any pace on the ball. The first goal came from a cross into the D and Andrea Eggleton got her stick on it.
A second half goal came from Oliwia Bolka, who was set up perfectly by Ruby Warren to finish the season.
PoM: Oliwia Bolka/Lucy Prior/ Lisa Lowe/Lisa Jackson.