Wisbech Town chief Brett Whaley has spoken of his sympathy for local rivals March Town.
Boss Brett Whaley insists he will take no satisfaction from Wisbech Town’s fortunate survival.
Our non-league and grassroots clubs will not play again this season after the Football Association called a halt to the 2019-20 campaign today (March 26).
Wisbech Town chairman Paul Brenchley believes relegation to step five “is not bear thinking about” if their survival battle does not resume anytime soon.
Sport across Cambridgeshire has felt the full force of the coronavirus pandemic.
Wisbech St Mary player-manager Stuart Beckett is relieved that the 2019-20 season was declared null and void, but knows the challenge to improve will not be easy.
Unprecedented times. Social distancing, self-isolation, quarantine, lockdown, shutdown.
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It may be difficult to entertain local sports fans during the coronavirus pandemic, but some of Cambridgeshire’s cricketers are doing their best to keep their followers engaged.
It was a case of unfinished business for Wisbech 1sts, but the junior sides continued to impress during a busy 2019-20 campaign.
The Olympic and Paralympic Games have been postponed until summer 2021 at the latest due to the coronavirus pandemic.