Wisbech Town FC News

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

Chatteris Town produced a rousing end to a fantastic season with an 8-1 win at Hundon.

Football News

Tue, 13:53

More than 600 young players from almost 80 teams took part in March Rangers Youth’s two day football tournament.

Doddington United celebrate in the changing rooms after winning Kershaw Senior B.

Kershaw Senior B champions Doddington United are looking for applicants for their first team manager position.

Thomas Clarkson Academy launching football academy at Wisbech. Left:Thomas Clarkson Principal Clare Claxton and Stephen Walker from Pitchside football academy.Picture: Steve Williams.

Thomas Clarkson Academy (TCA) is launching its own football academy, which will see students play sport and gain qualifications at the same time.

Wisbech cricket v Nassington. Picture: Steve Williams.

Wisbech looked like they were destined for their second straight loss ... but Jamie Gollands and Tom Meyrick came to their rescue.

Tydd St Mary's new pavilion.

Tydd St Mary is definitely a club heading in the right direction.

Other Sport News

Tom Meyrick’s fireworks helped set up Wisbech’s emphatic 149 run win over Waresley on Saturday.

Fenland Running Club members Tracy Farr, Tracey Howard and Ian King.

Fenland Running Club is gearing up to host its third Get Running course, which is a free, six week course designed for beginners and returning runners.

Terrington against Wisbech Ladies.
Back: TERRINGTON Sheryl Thompson, Kate Skerry, Angela Kitchen and Victoria Brown
Front: WISBECH Pauline Maris, Sheila Hennessy, Janice England and Jacqui West

Wisbech Tennis Club kicked off a week of matches with a ladies friendly against a Terrington Coaching Group.

Jake Giddings and Kieran Griffin celebrate their Rockingham podium.

Wisbech racer Jake Giddings has a top five finish in his sights at Silverstone this weekend.

Wisbech seconds cricket v Old Leysians. Picture: Steve Williams.

Wisbech captain Gary Freear hailed his side after they produced their best performance of the season to beat a fired-up Foxton by six wickets.

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