March Town United

Thursday, February 4, 2016
March Town manager Chris Bartlett.

March Town manager Chris Bartlett has said his Hares side have turned a corner in 2016 - and on current form, it is hard to argue with his view.

Action from Wimblington's Kershaw Senior B clash with Godmanchester Reserves. Picture: Steve Williams.

All good things must come to an end, and that was certainly the case for Outwell Swifts as their 15-match winning run was halted by Soham Town Rangers Reserves.

March Town's Matt Cox, who was on target against Cornard United on Saturday, will hope to notch again against Wivenhoe Town.

March Town manager Chris Bartlett has urged his players to seize their last chance of silverware.

Rachel Davies keeps a close eye on a Great Shelford forward.

The Hares put in a gutsy performance against Great Shelford Ladies in the Cambs Invitation Cup first round, but failed to make it into the next round after falling to a 4-1 defeat.

Football News

Friday, February 5, 2016
One of the Chatteris Town golas against Royston Town A. Picture: CHATTERIS TOWN TWITTER.

The recent departure of in-form striker Craig Gillies to King’s Lynn Town Reserves has left Chatteris Town in a spot of bother as to who could replace his goal-scoring exploits. So what next for the Lilies?

Chris Ringham, Practice Manager at Bowsers Solicitors, presents March Soccer School Under 10s with their new kit.

March Soccer School Under 10s will be hoping to bang in the goals in their new kit which was recently presented to the young footballing stars by Chris Ringham, Practice Manager at Bowsers Solicitors.

Rugby News

Thursday, February 4, 2016
Neale-Wade Academy student Harvey Brown at  Twickenham

After watching the team prepare for the upcoming Six Nations, they had rugby balls, shirts and even phone covers signed by some of their heroes, including newly appointed captain, Dylan Hartley.

Athletics News

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March Athletics Club at the Bourne Frostbite.

March Athletics Club were on a mission at the chilly Bourne Frostbite event, with both the junior and senior team scoring highly and increasing their position in the Frostbite League.

March AC at the Folksworth 15-mile road race.

March Athletics Club members ran to personal bests as 21 club runners turned out for the Folksworth 15-mile road race at.

And they're off! Runners get the first ever March Parkrun under way. Picture: Steve Williams.

After a chilly week, the sun decided to shine on March for the town’s inaugral Park Run, which saw 240 runners from across the country lace up their running shoes for a Saturday morning 5km.

Fenland Running Club's Max Pearson racing to finish against Paul Hensby of March AC.

Fenland Running Club gained the narrowest of leads over local rivals March Athletics Club after the fourth round cross country races in the Frostbite League at Whitemoor Prison in March.

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