Wisbech Town FC News

Friday, November 13, 2015
Billy Smith

Boss Brett Whaley was left to savour the latest in a long line of stunning Wisbech Town goals on Tuesday night.

action from Wisbech Town v Alvechurch football.Picture: Steve Williams.

Wisbech chief Brett Whaley launched a scathing attack on the performance of referee Daniel Glazewski following the club’s controversial FA Vase exit.

Billy Smith
Wisbech Town in action against Rothwell Corinthians

Wisbech Town have climbed to seventh in the ChromaSport and Trophies United Counties League after two superb home wins in succession.

Brett Whaley

Football News

Wednesday, November 4, 2015

March Town produced one of their best performances this season to storm back from two goals down to snatch victory against Leiston Reserves.

Billie Byles (second left), Jessica Conyard (second right) and other members of the March Soccer School celebrate the school being named the Development Club of the Year.

A soccer school based in March is celebrating after bagging an award at the FA Community Awards presentation evening, held by the Cambridgeshire FA.

Wisbech St Mary manager Arran Duke with hat-trick hero Joe Woods

Wisbech St Mary put their two recent cup defeats behind them and got back to winning ways with a 5-0 demolition of Foxton on Saturday.

Mark Secker

Other Sport News

Tue, 15:48
Albert Smith

Wisbech RUFC are yet to be beaten at home and went joint second in the Eastern Counties Greene King Division One after visitors Thetford were overrun 41-21 thanks to an inspired performance from 17-year-old Albert Smith.

Chelsea Munday, 19, became Ladies World Champion in the under 70kg catergory in last month's Kick Boxing World Championships in Portugal.

A kickboxer from Wisbech has become Ladies World Champion, under 70kg, in the points and continuous kickboxing categories.

College of West Anglia
Chatteris ABC home show. Red,Dean Baxter (Chatteris)  Blue, Artur Tomasevic (Peterborough Police) Picture: Steve Williams.

Fenland’s finest young fighters flocked from around the region to showcase their skills at Chatteris Amateur Boxing Club’s home show.

Jordan Gill
Fenland Running Club's Richard Hammond (left) and Sean Connolly after finishing 32 seconds apart after FRC's teams ran 38.7 miles at the Hereward Relay.

Fenland Running Club fielded 10 teams of four in the March AC Hereward Relay 38.7 mile race from Peterborough Cathedral Square to Ely Rugby Club.

Ian Milburn
Sean Connolly, Maire Irlam, Rod Sinnott and Paul Griffin of Fenland Running Club.

Five Fenland Running Club members raced in high winds at the Riverside Runners St Neots Half Half Marathon.

Maire Irlam

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