Boss Brett Whaley has urged March Town to be more ruthless in both boxes.
March Town chief Brett Whaley was left disappointed by a losing start to the Thurlow Nunn League season – but took heart from his side’s performance.
Boss Brett Whaley insists a summer of positives must be followed by a season of progress for March Town.
March Town’s leading scorer last season has left the club.
Wisbech Rugby Club is preparing for the 2018-2019 season with training led by director of rugby Leonard Veenendaal and newly appointed head coach Nico Steenkamp.
Wisbech Rugby Club have appointed Leonard Veenendaal as their new director of rugby who plans to re-establish it as the undisputed leading club in the Fens and Eastern Counties.
Goalball players from across Fenland are getting set to represent Team GB at the European Goalball Championship.
Three Counties Running Club female members Nicole Coughlin and Sarah-Jane Macdonald travelled to Grimsthorpe in Bourne to take on the Grimreaper ultra marathon.
Seven members of the Fenland Running Club took part in the 10 mile race as part of the annual Heckington Show in association with the Sleaford Striders Athletics Club.
Ten was the magic number for Three Counties Running Club members with them supporting the Heckington 10 miler the Littleport 10k event and also the newbies completing the first 10 week beginners running course.
The runaway success of Fenland Running Club’s “Get Back to Running” scheme reached its climax with a huge turnout at the Kings Lynn Park Run.