March Town United

Yesterday, 11:49

March Town boss Arran Duke believes it was a case of one step forward and two steps back for his players following mixed results in Thurlow Nunn League, First Division North.

Sophie Swinden scored an opening day hat-trick as Leverington Ladies made the perfect start to their Cambridgeshire Women’s County League Premier Division campaign.

Some penalty shootout drama ensured March Town Ladies would reign supreme as they secured a passage into the next round of the Women’s FA Cup.

March Town secured a perfect start to the new season, but boss Arran Duke believes more work needs to be done if they are to reach their full potential.

March Town Ladies were in goalscoring mood as they wrapped up their pre-season campaign in style.

Football News

Yesterday, 18:43

Park Ladies began their promotion bid to Cambridgeshire’s top flight in style with a resounding win on the road.

They were supposed to mark their centenary year in style before the coronavirus pandemic began, but that has not stopped Wisbech Town FC from doing so on the pitch.

For one Ely footballer, he perhaps could not have felt a better experience than making his professional debut for his boyhood club.

When a new season arrives, as a football fanatic, there is automatic excitement for what might lay ahead with expectations for your team at an all-time high.

Park Ladies are gunning for a promotion challenge as they look to pick up where they left off.

Rugby News

Yesterday, 16:44

Wisbech Rugby Club have showed their determination to improve facilities at their Chapel Road, despite months of lockdown.

Wisbech Rugby Club have pulled off a transfer coup with the arrival of a new consultant coach.

Athletics News

Yesterday, 17:14

From ultra-runs to 80-mile charity cycle rides, Three Counties Running Club enjoyed another successful week while adhering to Covid restrictions.

Residents are being invited to nominate talented individuals for this year’s Living Sport Virtual Sports Awards.

March Athletic Club runners were out in their running vests and racing shoes to mark two major events.

Wine tasting and marathon preparation have been the main orders for Three Counties Running Club.

Three Counties Running Club jumped at the chance to take part in the ‘Do it for Dan’ relay in aid of mental health charity MIND.

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