March Town United

Friday, August 12, 2016
March Town boss, Chris Bartlett.

March Town must raise their game after a miserable start to the Thurlow Nunn League First Division season.

March Town beat rivals Wisbech Town 3-0 last Saturday but fell to a 2-0 Thurlow Nunn Division One opening day defeat to Wisbech St Mary on Tuesday.

March Town boss Chris Bartlett admitted a losing start to the Thurlow Nunn League First Division season was ‘horrible to watch’.

March Town celebrate their 3-0 BKD Cup victory over Wisbech Town. Picture: Steve Williams

March Town claimed the local bragging rights - and the BKD Cup - with a superb 3-0 victory over higher-level Wisbech Town on Saturday.

March Town's Bill Salisbury Memorial Cup winning side. Photo: Steve Snell

March Town defended their Bill Salisbury Memorial Cup crown with a narrow 2-1 success over local rivals, Chatteris Town.

Football News

Mon, 10:54
Whittlesey Athletic boss Andy Lodge. Picture: Andrew Hazelden

It’s not often that a side nets double figures at Step Six level, and Whittlesey Athletic boss Andy Lodge says it will be a long time before it happens again after his men produced the performance of the season to demolish Burton Park Wanderers 15-0 on Saturday afternoon.

Whittlesey Athletic boss Andy Lodge. Picture: Andrew Hazelden

Whittlesey Athletic boss Andy Lodge is backing veteran striker Liam Harrold to hit an ambitious United Counties League Division One goal target.

David Boyce, branch manager of The Nottingham hands a cheque for £100 over to March Rangers under 12s coach Steven Wilson.

The manager of March branch of the Nottingham Building Society has thanked kind-hearted locals for helping to raise money to replace goals stolen from March Rangers U12s girls team.

Gary Smith celebrates after netting the winning goal in Chatteris Town's 2-1 victory over Cherry Hinton. Picture: Steve Snell

It’s not been a bad start to life in the Kershaw Premier Division for Chatteris Town.

Action from Whittlsey Athletic's 4-1 loss to Long Buckby. Picture: Andrew Hazelden

Whittlesey Athletic boss Andy Lodge says the scoreline flattered Long Buckby after the Northamptonshire side condemned his men to a 4-1 defeat in their first ever UCL Division One encounter.

Athletics News

Tuesday, August 9, 2016
Esme Whitelam after the Run Norwich 10k.

Three Counties Running Club’s Esme Whitelam took on her biggest running challenge last weekend – raising hundreds for charity in the process.

The 'Weakest Link Relay' gets underway at West End park, March.

Three Counties Running Club tried their hand at hosting their first event last week.

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