Prolific March Town United marksman Dan Woods has set his sights on scoring 35 goals this season.
March Town United will have to do without Denny Escorcio for the rest of the season.
March Town Ladies picked up their third S-Tech league win on the bounce with an impressive 4-0 win over Cambridge Rangers.
March Town United chairman Phil White has lavished praise on manager Chris Bartlett and his players for their “amazing” start to the year.
A returning player proved the inspiration as Doddington United scored seven goals in one spectacular half of football.
Amy Newell hit a hat-trick as Estover Park under-18s claimed the bragging rights over Fen rivals Wisbech Acorns with a 7-1 win.
Rampant Wisbech Town carried on their stunning recent form with two five goal wins.
Wisbech Town came from behind to win their fifth United Counties League game on the spin on Saturday.
Player-manager Mark Secker led from the front as Outwell Swifts maintained their title challenge on Saturday.
Wisbech produced a sterling performance full of heart and passion against Battersea & Ironsides ... but their Twickenham dream was ended on Saturday.
Wisbech Rugby Club is hoping for a large crowd to be their 16th man as they look to pull off one of the biggest upsets in Junior Vase history on Saturday.
March Bears were right in the game well in to the second half against Haverhill ... but a sloppy last 20 minutes saw them lose 32-13 on Saturday.
Skipper Solomon Prestidge scored a try as Wisbech turned on the style in the second half to beat Wymondham 32-13 on Saturday.
The 2014-15 Frostbite Friendly League culminated on Sunday and Fenland Running Club were in amongst the action.
March Athletic Club’s seniors and juniors were out in force on Sunday at Hinchinbrooke Park for the last leg of the Frostbite series.
Young March AC runner Luke Fenner produced another outstanding performance to come second out of almost 200 runners in the junior race at the Friendly Frostbite League in Bourne woods.