March Town United

Mon, 16:30

Deadly duo Dan Woods and Denny Escorcio both bagged braces as March Town United made it four straight wins with a 4-0 win at Stowmarket Town on Saturday.

March Town United Reserves vs Littleport Town.Picture: Steve Williams.

March Town United Reserves’ NMC 1B clash with Littleport Town had to be abandoned 15 minutes from time after midfielder Alex Carman’s horrific double leg break.

Chris Bartlett. Picture: Steve Williams.

March Town United manager Chris Bartlett hailed his side after they produced the “perfect” away performance to beat Halstead Town 2-0 on Saturday.

Denny Escorcio. Picture: Steve Williams.

March Town United have been notoriously slow starters this campaign but that changed against Haverhill Borough on Saturday ... they were 3-0 up after 37 minutes.

Chatteris football v Milton. Picture:Barry Giddings

Chatteris Town’s four game Cambs Senior A winning streak came to an end in a seven goal thriller against Milton on Saturday.

Football News

Mon, 14:07

Wisbech Town manager Dick Creasey says it would be unfair to heap too much pressure on young striker Jacob Smith’s shoulders.

Josh Ford in action earlier this season. Picture: Steve Williams.

Wisbech Town are back in FA Vase action on Saturday against Walsall Wood ... but they will have to make to without star striker Josh Ford.

Josh Ford in action earlier this season. Picture: Steve Williams.

Wisbech Town turned on the style in the second half to beat Cogenhoe 3-0 in a game marred by an injury to talismanic striker Josh Ford.

March Saracens under-16s wearing their new kit sponsored by Ridgeons Timber & Builders Merchants and training kit sponsored by UDL Intellectual Property. Christine Lund Beck from UDL is handing over the training kit to Steve Hudson, joint team manager.  March Saracens are currently second in division 3 of the Peterborough Youth League.

March Saracens under-16s have been boosted by two sponsorship deals.

Dick Creasey.(PHOTO: Barry Giddings)

Stuart Cobb salvaged a point for Wisbech Town in a scrappy 1-1 draw at Deeping Rangers last night.

Rugby News

Friday, December 5, 2014

Eight schools took to the field to compete in the Fenland Tag Rugby Finals at Cromwell Community College.

March v Wisbech Rugby. Picture: Steve Williams.

Wisbech Wildcats have the upper hand over March Bears after the first leg of their Jack Arch Cup double header.

Solomon Prestidge.

Wisbech picked up their first away of the season in dramatic, if controversial, circumstances.

Athletics News

Wed, 16:03

Thirty-seven March AC runners turned out for the latest race in the Frostbite League at Hinchingbrooke Park.

Fenland Running Club members Rod Sinnott, Paul Griffin, Katie Ward, Maire Irlam and Neil Bailey.

Running

Fenland Running Club duo Martin and Nicky Jennings recorded personal best times as they competed in the Nene Valley Harriers 10 mile race, on Sunday.

FRC competitor Dean Clark got covered in mud during his leg.

A record 112 teams braved wet and muddy conditions as they turned out for March AC’s MKM building supplies Hereward Relay on Sunday.

Jonnie Peacock. Photo credit: Paul Sanwell / OP Photographic

Doddington sprinter Jonnie Peacock has admitted 2014 has not gone how he’d hoped but he is determined to get back to his best next year.

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