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Thursday, June 21, 2018
Gary Freear

Wisbech claimed Fenland derby honours when beating local rivals March in a dramatic Cambs & Hunts Premier League clash last Saturday.

Wisbech RUFC have begun preparations and planning for the next season.

Leonard Veenendaal

Wisbech Town Hockey Club have teamed up with Peckover School and volunteer coaches are delivering an hours coaching each week to years three and four.


Five members of the March Marlin Swimming Club qualified for the Regional Championships this year which was held over two different weekends at Norwich and Luton.


Three Counties Running Club entered three teams into the Green Wheel relay around Peterborough.

Colin Apps

Captain Gary Freear hopes Fenland derby success can kickstart Wisbech’s miserable season.

Gary Freear

Wisbech Tennis Club hosted their version of a Federation Cup Game on Saturday, with players in groups of three playing singles and doubles matches against all the other teams.

A Wisbech father and son duo travelled to Nottingham Tennis Centre representing Wisbech Tennis Club as part of the Quorn Family Tennis Finals.

Three Counties Running Club had a great club attendance to show support in helping celebrate 70 years of the NHS.

Colin Apps

Fenland Running Club started the weekend off in style with a stunning performance from Martin Jennings at the Chelmsford Central Parkrun.

Four Wisbech men are making a name for themselves playing American Football.


Members of the Chatteris Tennis Club are celebrating after receiving a £29,000 grant from the Cambridgeshire Lawn Tennis Association for two new hard courts.

Steve Barclay

The March Marlins Swimming Club held their annual Fenland Open Meet at Whitttlsey with over 300 swimmers taking part.

Wisbech Cricket and Hockey Club will be hosting the famous Lashings World XI cricket club on Friday August 31 with a T20 game.

Gary Freear

March Town Boxing Club enjoyed a successful evening at the recent Whittlesey ABC show on Saturday May 19.


Rugby has been in the spotlight at Wisbech Grammar School (WGS) as five sides represented the school at the National Schools Rugby VIIs competition at Rosslyn Park.

Wisbech Grammar School

Officially opening in 1583, the University of Edinburgh has produced many distinguished characters, from Nobel laureates and Olympic champions to space explorers and prime ministers.


On a warm Sunday morning Megan’s challenge 10k and 3k fun run took place at Gayton in Norfolk.

Wisbech cricketer James Williams completed a century of a different kind last Sunday.

Josh Bowers

Wisbech fighter Joe Steed came through his first test as a pro boxer with flying colours - and can’t wait for the next time.


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