A racing prodigy from Gorefield is hoping to taste success at one of the biggest events in the racing calendar.
Joe Perry will have to qualify for the Betfred World Snooker Championships after crashing out of the China Open in the first round.
Joe Perry will hope to break his China Open jinx next week.
It’s often called the fastest growing sport in the world, and this region is a hotbed of mixed martial arts talent. MARK HEATH looks at fighters for you to follow in his latest Flying Knee column.
Fenland’s crop of fighters have added to the club’s ever-growing tally of medals and trophies thanks to success on four fronts recently.
Wisbech Swimming Club added more medals to their even-increasing tally thanks to success at three regional events.
March Bears extended their lead at the top of the Eastern Counties Division Three West – and secured the local bragging rights – by edging rivals Wisbech Wildcats last weekend.
Head coach Leonard Veenendaal has described Wisbech’s 21-15 victory over Colchester 3rds as the “grittiest performance he has ever seen” in rugby.
Wisbech Ladies Over 35s are just one victory away from lifting the Masters Shield after booking their place in the final of the competition in comprehensive style.
Head coach Leonard Veenendaal has praised his Wisbech players for turning in one of their most impressive attacking displays in their success over Woodbridge last weekend.
Fenland Running Club members clocked up a whopping 255 miles last Sunday by competing in two separate events.
Jody Cundy produced another scintillating performance to secure his 13th track world title at the C4 kilometre time trial at the UCI Para-cycling World Championships.
Wisbech Grammar School U14A Netball Team celebrated a fantastic win last weekend.
Jody Cundy plans to ‘retire’ the prosthetic leg that fired him to success in the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Paralympic games.
Wisbech Ladies Over 35s are two victories away from lifting the Masters National Shield after securing their spot in the last four last weekend.