March ladies football team put in the leg work for a good match but their efforts were not reflected in the final draw score.
March Town continued their Thurlow Nunn League First Division North rise with a third successive league win last Saturday.
Manager Alex Kaufman admitted individual errors cost Chatteris Town as they fell to a second Cambridgeshire County League defeat of the season.
Manager Brett Whaley still wants more from his March Town players – despite the club enjoying success on two fronts in recent days.
March Town boss Brett Whaley saluted positives at both ends of the pitch as his side picked up a welcome win last Saturday.
Inspirational individuals who make a difference to grassroots football across Cambridgeshire were recognised at an awards evening.
Fenland football team Park Ladies had a tough afternoon as they took a team from St Ives.
Wimblington Football Club returned to league action as they welcomed Great Paxton to Parkfield.
Smart new Nike football shirts were presented to the March Soccer School Academy FC Under 11 white team.
A March girl’s football club may have to fold unless they get more players.
Rugby players from Wisbech 1st XV suffered a tough defeat to Ely losing 41-6 to the fourth placed side in the league.
Player in Wisbech 1st XV recorded their first home win of the season while the Wildcats won on the road, both teams claiming bonus point victories.
Ely Tigers displayed a solid performance at home against Crusaders.
It was a weekend full of Parkruns for Three Counties Running Club members.
Sunday saw the Frostbite Friendly League’s 30th Anniversary Race get underway.
March Athletics Club’s Toni Alcaraz had an amazing marathon at Chester.
A great weekend of running and personal bests for Three Counties Running Club members.
Three Counties Running Club members Arthur Sargeant and Steve Arlington took part in the Sandringham XC 10k race around the beautiful grounds of the Royal Sandringham Estate.