In the first match Wisbech played the home side Shelford. A very organised home defence & some hard running in attack gave Shelford the win.
Bury St Edmunds who had been opponents in the last round of merit table fixtures proved to be equally strong opposition. Wisbech earned their fair share of both territory & possession to pose Bury real questions. Fly half Dan Evans combined well with Ben Goude who beat 2 defenders to score a well-deserved Wisbech try. Bury raised their game to overhaul the Wisbech lead and finish as winners.