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The 20th West Norfolk Sports Podcast

Wisbech Town's Jon Fairweather, right, in action for the Fenmen. Picture: Denise Bradley Wisbech Town's Jon Fairweather, right, in action for the Fenmen. Picture: Denise Bradley

Friday, March 7, 2014
8:39 PM

This week’s West Norfolk Sports Podcast focuses on a massive weekend for two of the area’s clubs.

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Football outfit Wisbech Town have a huge FA Vase quarter-final at Sholing while National League side CWA Fury from King’s Lynn have a ‘make or break’ game to determine whether they qualify for the National League play-offs.

Sports reporter Gavin Caney is joined by Fenmen chief Dick Creasey and Lynn-based basketball supremo James Bamfield to chew that fat over their teams monumental fixtures.

As ever, there is also all the latest sports news in the area rounded up in our Gone in 60 Seconds segment to bring you the best of the rest of the action in the district.

- To listen to the latest WNSP, click here.

- To get involved with the podcast, or for all your latest news, follow Gavin on Twitter by clicking on the link on the right-hand side of this page.

*Podcast record on March 6 and 7.

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