Six appeal’ for Sunday sides
A NEW Sunday division is to be introduced in the Soccersixes Wisbech Standard Leagues on Sunday and all teams taking part will enjoy reduced match fees. From Sunday match fees will be reduced to £18 per game for Sunday League matches only. All new teams r
A NEW Sunday division is to be introduced in the Soccersixes Wisbech Standard Leagues on Sunday and all teams taking part will enjoy reduced match fees.
From Sunday match fees will be reduced to £18 per game for Sunday League matches only. All new teams registering before the end of September will also receive a free new kit and a match ball.
The new division will be open to all standards of players and more information is available by calling on 0870 3300888. Teams can also register at www.soccersixes.net.
- THIS week's action, at The Queen's School, Wisbech, saw Wednesday Premier leaders, Fake Madrid go on a goalscoring spree against the unlucky Buyer Neverlosin.
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Tom Chilton netted no fewer than seven while Grant Ryder knocked in four and Wayne Morton hit a hat-trick to win 14-0.
Wisbech Town Exiles were involved in a tremendous tussle with Woolpack before Town won by the odd goal in three to stay a point from the top.
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Wednesday Division One leaders, Bits and Bobs had to come from behind to get the better of Wis Wanderers in an eight-goal thriller while Mixed Ability moved into second place after their fine 5-1 win against Queen's Head.
Wisbech Wanderers picked up their first point of the season after a wonderful 4-4 draw against Pitballs. Wanderers' goals came from a Robin Johnson hat-trick and Adam Walters.
Santanz Boyz beat Athletico FC 5-0 with goals from Gary Bateman, Nathan Gomez, Adam Bunton, John Watson and Russell.
Anyone wishing to join the Soccersixes Leagues should call 0870 3300888 or log on to www.soccersixes.net to register your team.