Ridgeons round-up: March Town United bounce back while Wisbech Town play out stalemate
MARCH Town United shrugged off their miserable cup semi-final defeat by cruising to a 2-0 victory over Team Bury on Saturday.
Manager Brett Whaley called for a reaction after his players slumped to a 2-0 defeat against Godmanchester Rovers in the Ridgeons First Division Knockout Cup on Wednesday.
And the Hares didn’t let him down at the weekend, as they produced a determined display in front of 72 fans at the GER.
A fine goal from Stu Anderson and a penalty from Luke Pepper were enough to fire March back up to fourth, with four games remaining.
The Hares host Cambridge University Press on Saturday.
• WISBECH Town were forced to settle for a point against Felixstowe & Walton United after failing to convert their chances.
The Fenmen netted three times in a thrilling draw with CRC on Wednesday night, but struggled for a finishing touch on Saturday.
- 1 Second river crash in a week as driver escapes injury
- 2 A47 near Wisbech set to close for seven weekends due to roadworks
- 3 Father and son accused of man's murder set to stand trial this summer
- 4 Farmer wins appeal to convert derelict barn into a house
- 5 New cops truck catches out law-breaking drivers in successful week
- 6 Jail for suspected hare courser who forced cars off road during police pursuit
- 7 Council to spend a penny or two from £8.4m 'pot' on new loos
- 8 Man set to stand trial accused of teen daughter's murder
- 9 56-bed care home backers revise access proposals
- 10 Two suffer serious injuries after A10 crash
Steve Appleby’s troops missed several chances in the 0-0 draw at the Elgood’s Fenland Stadium.
Wisbech host relegated Great Yarmouth Town on Saturday.