March Town United

Wed, 11:27

March Town manager Brett Whaley insists there is still massive room for improvement – despite a pleasing start to his latest reign.

His first game back in the March Town hotseat ended in a fabulous first point – now Brett Whaley is targeting the first victory of his third spell at the Hares helm.

Brett Whaley began his third reign as March Town manager by overseeing a terrific 0-0 draw with league leaders Woodbridge Town.

Brett Whaley is back at March Town – with a long-term goal of winning promotion.

Mel Mattless has spoken of his disappointment at the manner of his March Town exit.

Football News

Thu, 10:38

On Friday March 9, the Year 7 girls took on Reepham High School from Norwich in 4th round of the National Cup.

Rugby News

Thu, 10:29

Wisbech Grammar School were crowned champions at their own under 18s sevens tournament following an impressive win over Framlingham in the final.

Wisbech Grammar School has been picked to host a three-day rugby camp designed for players of all abilities between the ages of six and sixteen.

The Wisbech Wildcats held a minute’s silence for the recent passing of Paul Wuttke, former player, captain and committee member.

Ely Tigers rugby club picked up a scrappy bonus point win in muddy conditions at home against West Norfolk.

Rugby players from Thomas Clarkson Academy have had training sessions with some of the best coaches working in professional rugby which has inspired them to teach tag ruby to primary school pupils.

Athletics News

Last weekend (Saturday 10) saw Three Counties Running Club (TCRC) members taking part in parkruns, a multi terrain 10k and a duathlon.

The weekend saw the Frostbite final race, the Milton Keynes 20 mile Race and Rough Runner Half Marathon.

Two runners from Ely laced up their boots to tackle the 2018 Saucony Cambridge Half Marathon – with one coming in fifth place.

The Fenland Runners beat the ‘Beast from the East’ and secured a plethora of personal bests at the Cambridge Half Marathon.

After all the snow and ice during the week and parkrun’s being called off all across the country it was doubtful if the Cambridge Saucony Half Marathon would still go ahead.

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