March Town United

Thu, 09:26

March Town snatched victory with the last kick of the game last Saturday.

There was another entry into March Town's catalogue of dramatic cup clashes on Tuesday night.

March Town saw their promotion challenge stall following a case of mistaken identity last Saturday.

Assistant boss Chris Lenton was relieved to see March Town return to their usual tricks following back-to-back defeats.

March Town responded to back-to-back defeats in style by edging a seven-goal thriller with Diss Town in Thurlow Nunn League First Division North last Saturday.

Football News

Yesterday, 12:28

Steve Barclay was hit by a wave of criticism on social media after posting a perhaps rather unusual video as build-up to the General Election intensifies.

Whittlesey Athletic are well and truly bouncing after impressive home performances of late.

A former professional footballer - who played for Manchester United - is visiting Isleham United Youth Football Club this December.

Rugby News

Yesterday, 11:16

March Bears climbed up to second place in Division Two West of the Eastern Counties League last Saturday - without even taking to the pitch.

Wisbech 1st XV were forced to travel to Thurston with a very different looking side to that which beat Beccles at home, no less than eight enforced changes as a result of injury and unavailability, what would prove to be another tough day against top draw opposition.

Ely Tigers welcomed Fakenham to the Cambridge Commodities Park on Saturday afternoon as third met fourth, following a two week break from league fixtures Ely had slipped from the top of the league.

Athletics News

Friday, November 1, 2019

One of Great Britain's most successful athletes reminisced on a fine career as part of a sportsman's lunch in Ely.

It was ideal weather conditions for Three Counties Running Club members who were racing at the weekend.

Nine members of March Athletic Club took part in the Asda Foundation Yorkshire Marathon over the weekend.

Editor's Choice

Yesterday, 15:19

Police officers and staff across Cambridgeshire were commended for bexceptional acts of selflessness, compassion and bravery at the Chief Constable's Commendations and Long Service Ceremony.

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