Wisbech were left frustrated by the wet weather last Saturday when coming within six balls of beating the Cambs & Hunts Premier League leaders.
Four Fenland Running Club talents tackled 18 miles of the West Suffolk countryside last weekend.
Andrew Plume continued his fine recent form by finishing in the top 10 of Fenland Running Club’s new Club Championship Series.
The future is bright for Wisbech’s young hockey teams.
Wisbech captain Gary Freear continued his sparkling start to the season with a mighty Cambs & Hunts Premier League innings last Saturday.
The final race of Fenland Running Club’s Marathon programme proved particularly fruitful for two local runners.
Jordan Gill will have to wait even longer to make a return to the ring.
There was a mixture of disappointment and encouragement as Wisbech suffered a first defeat of the Cambs & Hunts Premier League season last Saturday.
Two Fenland Running Club members won age-group honours at the Great East Anglian Run (GEAR).
Wisbech Town Ladies Over 35s fell at the final hurdle of the Masters Over 35s Shield last weekend.
Sporting figures from all over Fenland came together at Wisbech’s Chapel Road base to help raise £2,000 for the Savanaca Kokoibulileka Trust.
Captain Gary Freear cracked a century as Wisbech launched the Cambs & Hunts Premier League season with a bang.
It has been quite the season for Wisbech stock car racer Randal Lynn.
It has been a frustrating year for Jordan Gill.
Wisbech Wildcats lifted the Cambs Junior Plate for the second consecutive year after seeing off St Ives 2nds with ease at the weekend.