Wisbech Town rewrote the record-books last Saturday – for the second time this season!
Wisbech Town moved up to third in the United Counties League Premier Division as they held off Cogenhoe United to win a nine-goal thriller.
Wisbech Town’s unbeaten run reached 16 games in all competitions after a 5-2 win at Northampton Sileby Rangers – but the win wasn’t as straightforward as the scoreline suggests.
Gary Setchell is still yet to taste defeat as Wisbech Town manager as his team won 3-0 away at Leicester side St Andrews.
Wisbech Town’s unbeaten run was extended to eight games with a 4-3 win over lowly Northampton O.N. Chenecks but, as the scoreline suggests, it was far from straightforward.
Wisbech Town showed they were up for the cup on Saturday with a hard-fought 2-2 draw with higher-level Spalding United.
Wisbech Town marked the end of their 2016/17 campaign with the club’s annual presentation evening.
The gloss was taken off a fine end-of-season run for Wisbech Town yesterday after the Fenmen were pipped 2-1 in the final of the UCL League Cup by rivals Yaxley.
Dick Creasey is already setting his Wisbech Town players targets for next season – despite still having two games to play of their current campaign.
Wisbech Town left it very late to complete the league double over FA Vase quarter-finalists Newport Pagnell Town in an enthralling eighth-versus-ninth clash on Saturday.
Wisbech Town boss Dick Creasey admitted his men had to play ugly in order to take all three points last weekend.
Goalkeepers are expected to save goals - not score them.
Dick Creasey says his Wisbech Town men are worthy of their place in the final of the United Counties League Cup - despite having to watch the Fenmen overturn a two-goal deficit and then triumph in a penalty shoot-out to progress.
It’s not every day that your goalkeeper finds the net.
Wisbech Town boss Dick Creasey says he will not turn to the transfer market to replace teenage striker Harry Limb.