An image of Ben Stokes just after he hit the winning runs in the third Specsavers Test between England and Australia at Headingley has won the Wisden–MCC Photograph of the Year competition for 2019.
From using cats as a weight exercise to following fitness regimes in your back garden, Chatteris Netball Club know how to keep fit while in isolation.
Can you help identify the mystery man? If so, March Town Cricket Club are keen to know.
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.
The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has decided to withdraw any geo-blocking in place for all FIH Hockey Pro League matches from 2019 and 2020 on its free OTT platform www.FIH.live.
Chairman of the British Olympic Association Hugh Robertson says it is unthinkable that this summer’s Tokyo Games will not get postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Billy Baxter delivered yet another impressive display to seal a finals spot at the National Junior Championships.
England Golf has annouced that clubs, courses and facilities must close due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The Tokyo Olympics appear certain to be postponed until next year due to the coronavirus, as Canada and Australia said they were looking ahead to a 2021 Games.
Sport across Cambridgeshire has felt the full force of the coronavirus pandemic.
Jordan Gill has revealed he is “absolutely gutted” after his comeback fight was postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
A junior player from Wisbech Tennis Club has been recognised for his hard work with an annual award.
Wisbech 1sts produced a spirited display in the East Men’s League in a battle of the two relegated sides from Division One.
Wisbech’s junior sides welcomed Ely to Harecroft Road on a gloomy Sunday morning (March 15).
It was a case of hills, thrills and personal bests for Three Counties Running Club despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Lee Cook has been ‘third man’ in the boxing ring more than 1,000 times – but it has been a tortuous road to becoming one of the sport’s most recognisable men. Chris Lakey found out more.