Two of our non-league clubs have announced their management teams ahead of the 2020-21 season.
Several of Fenland’s sports clubs will be able to prepare their pitches when action does return after receiving some vital funding.
With the Premier League back in action after more than three months away due to the coronavirus pandemic, why not celebrate with another sports quiz?
With the Premier League now back in action after more than three months away due to the coronavirus pandemic, why not celebrate with another sports quiz?
The niece of former Wisbech Town goalkeeper Mark Ovendale believes her uncle would have been proud of her after securing a top coaching role in America.
With football clubs back in action to complete the 2019-20 season after more than three months away due to the coronavirus pandemic, why not celebrate with another sports quiz?
March Bears Rugby Club have welcomed a familiar face to their ranks as it looks to strengthen on and off the pitch.
A rugby club that has been targeted by vandals for the second time in eight weeks is determined not to let this latest incident affect their plans on and off the pitch.
They’ve already raised thousands, but March Bears Rugby Club aim to go one step further in their bid to make their mark on the local community.
The RFU are determined not to rush the return of competitive rugby even if other sports or other countries get there first.
From experienced athletes to pre-schoolers and a recovering liver transplant outpatient, people from many walks of life took part in this year’s Manea Virtual 5k.
It may have been cancelled this year, but March Athletic Club were determined to respond to the Green Wheel Relay challenge thrown at them by their friendly rivals.
When Three Counties Running Club members (TCRC) take on a challenge, it’s never going to be easy.
The annual Green Wheel Relay event may have been cancelled this year, but Three Counties Running Club did not let that pass by without attempting it themselves.
Over 340 miles across 12 hours were covered by Fenland Running Club (FRC) as part of a virtual relay.
Residents of a pothole-ridden “bomb site” in Wisbech are angry that it has been left unfinished more than four years after they moved in - but the developer says it’s down to a delay in getting the county council to adopt the road.