It was honours even as two of Fenland’s top ladies football teams went head-to-head last weekend.
March Town Ladies extended their lead at the top of the Cambs Women’s Championship North table last weekend – but it wasn’t as straightforward as they’d have hoped.
Chatteris Town Reserves claimed their place in the final of the North Cambs Junior Cup - and the local bragging rights - thanks to an enthralling 4-2 victory over March Town Reserves last weekend.
It’s said that every cloud has a silver lining, but it’s unlikely that March Town will be feeling philosophical after their most recent defeat.
A team of young Soccer School talents sealed Peterborough Junior Alliance League Hereward Cup success last weekend in terrific goal-scoring style.
It was a bad day at the office for Chatteris Town last Saturday, according to manager Ashley Taylor.
Football fans got a blast from the past at Wisbech Town on Friday evening.
Ashley Taylor is to bring an end to one of the most successful eras in Chatteris Town’s history by stepping down as manager at the end of the season.
There is reason to be cheerful at Whittlesey Athletic, according to Reserves boss Max Flintoft.
March Bears sealed the Eastern Counties Division Three West title in stunning try-scoring style last weekend.
March Bears extended their lead at the top of the Eastern Counties Division Three West – and secured the local bragging rights – by edging rivals Wisbech Wildcats last weekend.