March Town Athletic’s U16 side have a new sponsor for the front of their shirts – Clovelly House Care Home.
An extension to the 2020-21 season for our step five and six teams has been granted.
Arran Duke wanted to make a statement with his current employers at his former club on derby day ahead of a lengthy lay-off, which he did with aplomb.
All grassroots football clubs across Cambridgeshire will be out of action until at least December 2 under new coronavirus lockdown restrictions.
March Town Ladies will look to return stronger from a possible enforced break after weekend defeat.
Two sports clubs are delving into another activity in a bid to develop leaders of the future.
It’s been a mixture of emotions for Wisbech Town FC in recent days.
The chairman of a village football club said he sees “a great future” for the grassroots game in Cambridgeshire as it looks to return from a second national lockdown.
Leverington Ladies prepared for an enforced break in the best possible way with a six-goal display.
It’s four straight wins for Park Ladies after a dominant display on the road.
The season may have been cancelled, but if there was to be any action, March Bears Rugby Club would most certainly be ready for it.
Wisbech chairman and director of rugby Leonard Veenendaal believes his players are “chomping at the bit” to return to action, despite their league season being cancelled.
Youngsters at Wisbech Rugby Club were keen to put their hard work in training into practice with their latest Ready4Rugby fixtures.
Their calendar may continue to be heavily disrupted but one event could still be held at March Athletics Club – the magic mile.
They had to cover at least 100 miles across 40 runs in 78 days, and for some Three Counties runners, this was not the only challenge they conquered.
Members of Three Counties Running Club swapped trainers for weighted Bergen rucksacks and walking boots at the virtual Para10 Tactical Advance to Battle (TAB) event.
This year would have marked the fourth GM10k race held by Three Counties Running Club, and they were determined not to let coronavirus get in the way.
Runners from March Athletic Club saw a strong turnout for the first race of the virtual Frostbite League at the weekend.
Nathaniel Woodward is hoping for the sweet taste of success despite opening a new store in lockdown.