Layton Maddison scores the only goal of the game as the Fenmen advance to the FA Trophy Preliminary Round with victory over Kempston Rovers.
Joel Earps finishes off an Aaron Hart cross to equalise for the Fenmen in the 2-1 defeat against Hitchin Town in the Emirates FA Cup 1st Qualifying Round.
Post match interview with manager Seb Hayes following today's 2-1 defeat to Hitchin Town in the FA Cup.
Post match interview with manager Gary Setchell following the 2-0 defeat to Yaxley in the FA Trophy 1st Round Qualifying Replay.
Wisbech Town F.C. is an English football club currently based in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire. The club are currently members of the Northern Premier League Division One East and play at the Fenland Stadium.
Wisbech is a Fenland market town, inland port and civil parish in the Fens of Cambridgeshire, England. It had a population of 31,573 in 2011.
Wisbech Grammar School is a co-educational independent school in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, England, for students aged 11 to 18. Founded by the Wisbech Guild of the Holy Trinity in 1379, it is one of the oldest schools in the country.
Wisbech castle is believed to have been a motte-and-bailey castle earthwork castle built to fortify Wisbech, in the Fenland area of Cambridgeshire, England on the orders of William I in 1072. This was probably oval in shape and size as on the line still marked by the Crescent.
Wisbech is a former United Kingdom Parliamentary constituency. It was created upon the abolition of an undivided Cambridgeshire county constituency in 1885 and was itself abolished in 1918.
The Wisbech and Upwell Tramway was a rural standard gauge tramway in East Anglia. It was built by the Great Eastern Railway between Wisbech, Cambridgeshire and Upwell, Norfolk to carry agricultural produce.
The Wisbech Canal was a broad canal near Wisbech in the Fenland area of Cambridgeshire, England. It ran from the River Nene at Wisbech to the Well Creek at Outwell in Norfolk, which gave access to the River Great Ouse.
Wisbech East was a railway station in Wisbech, Cambridgeshire. It was opened in 1848 and became part of the Great Eastern Railway network, providing connections to March, Watlington and St Ives, as well as Upwell via the Wisbech and Upwell Tramway.
The Wisbech Stirs was a divisive quarrel between English Roman Catholic clergy held prisoner in Wisbech Castle in Cambridgeshire, towards the end of the reign of Elizabeth I of England. It set the regular clergy represented by the Society of Jesus, emerging as clerical leaders, who wished for a more ordered communal life in the prison, against some of the secular clergy.
The Wisbech Greyhound Stadium is a former greyhound racing venue near Wisbech.
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