April 21 2014 Latest news:
Sports reporter Gavin Caney brings you the lowdown as the football season draws to a close – with a little bit of help from those in the know.
Wisbech Town joint boss Dick Creasey questioned the commitment of some of his players after they lost 2-0 at home to Holbeach United on Saturday.
Wisbech Town legends Roy McManus and Jackie Gallagher were present as the club held an open day at Elgood’s Fenland Stadium to celebrate its partnership with youth club Wisbech Town Acorns.
Despite seeing his side’s lead at the top of the Thurlow Nunn Premier Division come under severe scrutiny of late, Hadleigh United boss Stuart Crawford knows the Brettsiders are still in the strongest position to win the sought-after title.
Wisbech Town joint boss Dick Creasey has welcomed the news that the club will have a reserve team next season.
Wisbech Town joint boss Dick Creasey says he will not accept anything less than wins in all of his side’s last five games of the season.
Wisbech Town joint boss Dick Creasey hopes the return of Billy Smith will provide the spark to re-ignite the club’s season.
Matt Lunn struck early as Wisbech Town drew 1-1 with Cogenhoe United in the United Counties League on Saturday.
Wisbech Town joint boss Dick Creasey admits his players are still heartbroken after their 1-0 loss at Sholing FC in the FA Vase quarter final on Saturday.
Joint-boss Dick Creasey wants Wisbech Town to take the positives from their FA Vase exploits into next season.
As disappointing as the defeat was on Saturday everybody connected with Wisbech Town should still be proud of their club’s FA Vase efforts.
A heartbroken Dick Creasey cursed the fine margins which saw Wisbech Town’s FA Vase dream come to an end on Saturday.
A first-half strike from Sholing’s Lee Wort helped the Boatmen sink Wisbech’s dreams of reaching Wembley.
Two of Wisbech Town’s players who have played at Wembley are as excited as any of their team-mates about the chance of playing at the home of football.
Wisbech Town joint-boss Dick Creasey is honest enough to admit that their FA Vase quarter-final opponents’ form this season has been sensational.
ESTABLISHED when local clubs merged in 1920, Wisbech Town FC began playing at a series of grounds around the town, eventually settling at a former orchard in Walsoken.
Given the name Fenland Park, this would become the home of Wisbech football for the next 61 years. The club netted their record attendance here, when more than 8,000 people flocked into the ground in 1957 to watch them take on local rivals Peterborough United.
In 2008 the club left Fenland Park and began playing at Outwell Swift's Nest ground after installing floodlights and terracing. But this was only temporary and the Fenmen moved into their brand new home, the Tom Wood’s Beer Fenland Stadium, in August - beating St Andrews 5-0 in an FA Cup preliminary round. Tommy Treacher had the honour of scoring the first goal at the ground.
In 2011, the club renamed their stadium to Elgood's Fenland Stadium. They also won their first trophy for 16 years in May, when they beat Wroxham 1-0 to win the Ridgeons League Challenge Cup.
The club are one of the best supported teams in the Ridgeons Premier League.