It’s a case of sink or swim for Wisbech Town at step four according to boss Brett Whaley after they suffered back-to-back Northern Premier League South East Division defeats in three days.
They perhaps could not have had a tougher start to their league campaign, but Wisbech Town must remain positive if they are to bounce back stronger, according to their boss.
They were supposed to mark their centenary year in style before the coronavirus pandemic began, but that has not stopped Wisbech Town FC from doing so on the pitch.
Wisbech Town manager Brett Whaley believes his team can prove the doubters wrong in their opening league game, as long as they can quickly improve on their mistakes.
Brett Whaley has seen his Wisbech Town team progress since lockdown, but knows the hard work is just beginning.
Leverington Ladies became the early pacesetters in the Cambridgeshire Women’s County League Premier Division after coming on top in a five-goal thriller.
March Town Ladies responded to a depleting FA Cup exit with a winning start to their Cambridgeshire Women’s County League Premier Division campaign.
Park Ladies began their promotion bid to Cambridgeshire’s top flight in style with a resounding win on the road.
Sophie Swinden scored an opening day hat-trick as Leverington Ladies made the perfect start to their Cambridgeshire Women’s County League Premier Division campaign.
For one Ely footballer, he perhaps could not have felt a better experience than making his professional debut for his boyhood club.
Seven Three Counties Running Club members are gearing up to take on the virtual London Marathon this weekend.
Wisbech Rugby Club did not let the coronavirus pandemic stop them from hosting their annual awards event at the weekend.
One of Wisbech’s tennis stars has added more silverware to his collection following an impressive season.
The Littleport Parkrun Buddies continue to support the community by welcoming new joiners with open arms and fundraising for charity.
March Golf Club competition results