www.fenlandleague.org - The Fenland League
Affiliated to ASA East Region
2020 Results
2019 Results
Links
Pool Addresses
Past JFL Winners
Past SFL Winners
Past Officers
Latest BBC News
Admin Log In
Latest BBC News

BBC News - Home

BBC News - Home

BBC News - Home

1 - Scotland aiming to lift all Covid restrictions by 9 August
2 - Dominic Cummings tried to bypass rules over £530k grant, emails suggest
3 - Covid-19: Aim for double-jabbed arrivals to avoid quarantine - Hancock
4 - Tinder boss says Covid changed how we swipe right
5 - Having coil fitted should not hurt, say experts
6 - DUP leadership: Sir Jeffrey Donaldson is only candidate
7 - Angela Merkel receives Moderna as second jab after AstraZeneca shot
8 - Higher ethnic minority maternity risk examined
9 - Cricketer hits huge six through his own car window
10 - Turkmenistan's capital tops list of most expensive cities for expats
11 - Cardboard 'in people's garages causing shortage'
12 - Windrush Day: 'Windrush is the big thing in the black community'
13 - Bobby Zamora scores spectacular goal for friend's team in Colchester
14 - Wymondham mechanic finds python under bonnet during MOT
15 - Wally the Walrus takes a nap on Isles of Scilly fishing boat
16 - Michelin-star restaurant stops serving lunch due to lack of staff
17 - Covid sweeps India's Buddhist monasteries
18 - New York mayoral election: What voters want from a new mayor
19 - Love Island 2021: ITV announces cast with first disabled contestant
20 - Teachers' The Greatest Showman student TikTok dance goes viral
21 - The Papers: Covid chaos at Euros, and blow to foreign holidays
22 - Summer solstice: Hundreds attend Stonehenge despite advice
23 - A fake wedding, and a $250,000 scam
24 - GP data sharing: What is it and can I opt out?
25 - What is white privilege?
26 - China fails to meet promises on missing Xinjiang children
27 - Eva Schloss: 'Why I took Austrian citizenship aged 92'
28 - Instagram model Demi Rose on why she joined OnlyFans
29 - India economy: Seven years of Modi in seven charts
30 - Tokyo 2020: Does Japan have Covid under control?
31 - How farmers and scientists are engineering your food
32 - Covid vaccine: Why are Australians cancelling AstraZeneca jabs?
33 - Wembley to be allowed at least 60,000 fans for Euro 2020 semis and final
34 - World Test Championship final on knife-edge for sixth day
35 - Mount and Chilwell absence 'bizarre', says England boss Southgate
36 - India v New Zealand: World Test Championship finely poised after engrossing fifth day
37 - Eastbourne International: Heather Watson loses to Iga Swiatek in thriller
38 - Euros On This Day - 22 June: Pearce's penalty exorcism, Republic of Ireland's magic moment and Ronaldo's mic drop
39 - Three-time Olympic champion Sun to miss Tokyo Games after doping ruling
40 - Why are England players self-isolating but Scotland's not?
41 - Euro 2020: How do Scotland defeat Croatia?
42 - Euro 2020: fixtures, tables, last 16 news, permutations and TV listings
43 - Euro 2020: Why this is the perfect time for Raheem Sterling to shine - Rio Ferdinand
44 - Harry Kane: Tracking England captain's evolution into world-class scoring machine
45 - Euro 2020: Who made your England starting XI for Group D decider against Czech Republic?
46 - Yes Sir, I Can Boogie: Why disco hit is now Scotland's unofficial anthem
47 - Euro 2020 and Covid: How can I watch with my friends?
48 - Vaccine passports: How can I prove I've had both my Covid jabs?
49 - Covid: When will I get the vaccine?
50 - Covid-19 in the UK: How many coronavirus cases are there in my area?
51 - Coronavirus: Where does the government borrow billions from?
52 - Covid map: Coronavirus cases, deaths, vaccinations by country
53 - Covid: What are the care home visiting rules?
54 - Covid: Should I be working from home or going back to the office?
55 - What are the social distancing rules and when could they end?
56 - Covid vaccines: How fast is progress around the world?
57 - Can we dance outside at our wedding? And other questions
58 - Ros Atkins On… How the Delta variant took hold in the UK
59 - What are the rules for pubs, restaurants, festivals and gigs?
60 - What are the rules for weddings and receptions?
61 - Covid vaccine: How many people in the UK have been vaccinated so far?
62 - What are the rules for travelling to green, amber and red list countries?
63 - Covid: What do over-18s need to know about the vaccine?
64 - Tokyo Olympic Games: When are they and will they go ahead despite Covid?
65 - Covid symptoms: What are they and how do I protect myself?
66 - Covid: Which areas are being surge tested for variants?
67 - UK holidays: When and where can I go... and who with?
68 - Coronavirus: When can we stop wearing face masks or face coverings?
69 - The Lazarus heist: How North Korea almost pulled off a billion-dollar hack
70 - Daniel Morgan: Last chance for family in Britain's most-investigated, unsolved murder
71 - Troubled US teens left traumatised by tough love camps
72 - Living with obesity: The people who are hard-wired to store fat
73 - Gary Allen: The killer who nearly got away with murder
1 - Scotland aiming to lift all Covid restrictions by 9 August

The current rules will remain in place until 19 July - with the aim of lifting remaining restrictions in August.

6/22/2021 3:51:37 PM

2 - Dominic Cummings tried to bypass rules over £530k grant, emails suggest

The PM's ex-top aide told officials to "immediately" issue a £530,000 grant with "no procurement".

6/22/2021 8:26:28 PM

3 - Covid-19: Aim for double-jabbed arrivals to avoid quarantine - Hancock

Ministers are "working on" plans for quarantine-free travel from amber list countries if vaccinated.

6/22/2021 8:59:32 PM

4 - Tinder boss says Covid changed how we swipe right

"They want to slow things down and get to know people first a lot more before they decide to match."

6/22/2021 3:35:36 PM

5 - Having coil fitted should not hurt, say experts

But they say pain relief should be part of the discussion when fitting this type of contraceptive.

6/22/2021 4:13:21 PM

6 - DUP leadership: Sir Jeffrey Donaldson is only candidate

He would be the party's third leader in weeks, during a crisis that has raised questions about devolution.

6/22/2021 5:36:45 PM

7 - Angela Merkel receives Moderna as second jab after AstraZeneca shot

Experts believe mixed dosing of Covid vaccines could be a good idea but it's too early to say for sure.

6/22/2021 4:38:18 PM

8 - Higher ethnic minority maternity risk examined

Maternity services are failing women belonging to ethnic minorities, the charity investigating says.

6/22/2021 5:58:09 PM

9 - Cricketer hits huge six through his own car window

Asif Ali smashed the boundary - and his car's back window - during a cup match.

6/22/2021 4:25:06 PM

10 - Turkmenistan's capital tops list of most expensive cities for expats

The annual report ranks 209 cities based on the cost of expenses such as housing, transport and food.

6/22/2021 5:44:06 PM

11 - Cardboard 'in people's garages causing shortage'

Packaging firm DS Smith is working with local councils to increase the amount of cardboard for recycling.

6/22/2021 4:43:25 PM

12 - Windrush Day: 'Windrush is the big thing in the black community'

Avril Nanton and Jody Burton have released a book looking at London's black history.

6/22/2021 6:10:33 AM

13 - Bobby Zamora scores spectacular goal for friend's team in Colchester

The ex-Premier League player was spotted playing for a friend's team in Colchester

6/22/2021 6:31:08 AM

14 - Wymondham mechanic finds python under bonnet during MOT

The snake named Gav, which belongs to the vehicle's owners, had been missing for two weeks.

6/22/2021 5:46:17 PM

15 - Wally the Walrus takes a nap on Isles of Scilly fishing boat

The walrus took to a local fishing boat for a spot of sunbathing in the Isles of Scilly.

6/22/2021 5:50:31 PM

16 - Michelin-star restaurant stops serving lunch due to lack of staff

The founder of a Michelin-star restaurant says he had to reduce opening hours to manage shortages.

6/22/2021 12:16:45 AM

17 - Covid sweeps India's Buddhist monasteries

Monasteries in India's Himalayan state of Sikkim have been especially vulnerable to Covid-19.

6/22/2021 12:00:34 AM

18 - New York mayoral election: What voters want from a new mayor

Learn what's at stake as voters head to the polls to choose a new leader for New York City.

6/22/2021 2:08:29 AM

19 - Love Island 2021: ITV announces cast with first disabled contestant

ITV’s biggest reality show returns for a seventh series with a brand-new cast of singletons.

6/21/2021 3:00:37 PM

20 - Teachers' The Greatest Showman student TikTok dance goes viral

Their version of From Now On from the musical is watched more than 900,000 times in three weeks.

6/21/2021 5:06:40 PM

21 - The Papers: Covid chaos at Euros, and blow to foreign holidays

The news that Scotland footballer Billy Gilmour has tested positive for Covid features on many front pages.

6/22/2021 5:34:16 AM

22 - Summer solstice: Hundreds attend Stonehenge despite advice

Some scaled fences to enter the site in Wiltshire, with a live feed pulled amid safety concerns.

6/21/2021 1:25:10 PM

23 - A fake wedding, and a $250,000 scam

How a British man's dreams of a future with his Ukrainian fiancee ended in financial disaster.

6/22/2021 12:06:36 AM

24 - GP data sharing: What is it and can I opt out?

A scheme to centralise GP patient records in England has been delayed after concerns about a lack of publicity.

6/22/2021 4:56:29 PM

25 - What is white privilege?

A new education report by a group of MPs has caused debate because of references to white privilege.

6/22/2021 12:37:18 PM

26 - China fails to meet promises on missing Xinjiang children

China made a public pledge to help find Kalbinur Tursan's children but she may never see them again.

6/21/2021 10:01:03 PM

27 - Eva Schloss: 'Why I took Austrian citizenship aged 92'

Eva Schloss has accepted Austrian citizenship, more than 80 years after she fled the country. Why?

6/22/2021 12:10:06 AM

28 - Instagram model Demi Rose on why she joined OnlyFans

The model and influencer says she created an OnlyFans account to give her more career control.

6/22/2021 12:11:07 AM

29 - India economy: Seven years of Modi in seven charts

Covid battered an already sluggish economy, weakened by poor growth, job losses and stagnant exports.

6/22/2021 12:01:02 AM

30 - Tokyo 2020: Does Japan have Covid under control?

With the Olympics starting in July, Covid cases are coming down from a peak in May.

6/22/2021 12:07:37 AM

31 - How farmers and scientists are engineering your food

By manipulating genes scientists say they can create better-tasting produce, but is it necessary?

6/22/2021 12:14:32 AM

32 - Covid vaccine: Why are Australians cancelling AstraZeneca jabs?

More people are shunning the world's most widely used Covid vaccine over its perceived risk.

6/22/2021 5:59:26 AM

33 - Wembley to be allowed at least 60,000 fans for Euro 2020 semis and final

The crowd capacity at Wembley will be increased to more than 60,000 for the semi-finals and final of Euro 2020, says the UK government.

6/22/2021 5:48:20 PM

34 - World Test Championship final on knife-edge for sixth day

All results are possible in the final of the World Test Championship after an engrossing penultimate day between India and New Zealand.

6/22/2021 8:50:12 PM

35 - Mount and Chilwell absence 'bizarre', says England boss Southgate

England boss Gareth Southgate says the absence of Mason Mount and Ben Chilwell for the Euro 2020 game against the Czech Republic is a "bizarre situation" that is "full of contradictions".

6/22/2021 7:55:24 PM

36 - India v New Zealand: World Test Championship finely poised after engrossing fifth day

Watch highlights as all four results remain possible on the final day of the World Test Championship final, after an engrossing fifth day between India and New Zealand.

6/22/2021 7:30:40 PM

37 - Eastbourne International: Heather Watson loses to Iga Swiatek in thriller

Watch the best shots as Great Britain's Heather Watson loses 3-6 7-6 (7-4) 5-7 against Poland's Iga Swiatek in the first round of the Eastbourne International.

6/22/2021 7:47:58 PM

38 - Euros On This Day - 22 June: Pearce's penalty exorcism, Republic of Ireland's magic moment and Ronaldo's mic drop

BBC Sport rounds up the best archive action from 22 June in European Championship history.

6/21/2021 12:20:48 PM

39 - Three-time Olympic champion Sun to miss Tokyo Games after doping ruling

Three-time Olympic champion Sun Yang has had an eight-year doping ban reduced to four years and three months by Cas and will miss this year's Olympics in Tokyo.

6/22/2021 5:42:02 PM

40 - Why are England players self-isolating but Scotland's not?

Two England players are self-isolating after a Scotland player tested positive for Covid.

6/22/2021 5:02:25 PM

41 - Euro 2020: How do Scotland defeat Croatia?

Tactical analyst Stevie Grieve gives Scotland fans a guide to how their side might beat Croatia at Hampden.

6/22/2021 7:19:06 AM

42 - Euro 2020: fixtures, tables, last 16 news, permutations and TV listings

All you need to know from Euro 2020 with standings, results, remaining group fixtures and who awaits who in the last 16.

6/21/2021 11:11:09 PM

43 - Euro 2020: Why this is the perfect time for Raheem Sterling to shine - Rio Ferdinand

Former England defender and BBC Sport columnist Rio Ferdinand hopes Raheem Sterling can dominate Euro 2020.

6/21/2021 8:00:08 AM

44 - Harry Kane: Tracking England captain's evolution into world-class scoring machine

From sitting on the bench to becoming a scoring machine and the Premier League's best creator, we track Harry Kane's footballing evolution.

6/9/2021 6:04:23 AM

45 - Euro 2020: Who made your England starting XI for Group D decider against Czech Republic?

Some big names are left out as BBC Sport readers pick their starting XI for England's Euro 2020 game against the Czech Republic.

6/21/2021 10:46:37 PM

46 - Yes Sir, I Can Boogie: Why disco hit is now Scotland's unofficial anthem

The 1970s disco classic has become the country's unofficial anthem ahead of the match with England.

6/18/2021 9:57:31 AM

47 - Euro 2020 and Covid: How can I watch with my friends?

Covid rules are making things a bit different for Euro 2020 spectators.

6/21/2021 1:26:15 PM

48 - Vaccine passports: How can I prove I've had both my Covid jabs?

People who've had both Covid jabs may soon be able to avoid quarantine after travel.

6/22/2021 2:40:27 PM

49 - Covid: When will I get the vaccine?

Over 40s in England and Scotland can have their second dose after eight weeks instead of 12.

6/18/2021 10:24:25 AM

50 - Covid-19 in the UK: How many coronavirus cases are there in my area?

Explore the data on coronavirus in the UK and find out how many cases there are in your area.

6/22/2021 6:01:17 PM

51 - Coronavirus: Where does the government borrow billions from?

How does it work when a government wants to borrow money, and when does it have to pay it back?

6/22/2021 7:29:32 AM

52 - Covid map: Coronavirus cases, deaths, vaccinations by country

Key maps and charts explaining how the virus has spread around the world.

6/21/2021 12:03:39 PM

53 - Covid: What are the care home visiting rules?

New guidance gives hope to people who want to go to see their loved ones.

6/21/2021 10:18:12 AM

54 - Covid: Should I be working from home or going back to the office?

As lockdown restrictions ease gradually across the UK, what are the rules about returning to work?

6/18/2021 2:45:40 PM

55 - What are the social distancing rules and when could they end?

Will we still need to be socially distanced through the summer? A social distancing review is advising the government.

6/21/2021 10:42:31 AM

56 - Covid vaccines: How fast is progress around the world?

Charts and maps tracking the progress of Covid vaccination programmes.

6/21/2021 11:55:57 AM

57 - Can we dance outside at our wedding? And other questions

We answer some of your questions about England's roadmap out of lockdown, and other Covid-related issues.

6/16/2021 3:56:58 PM

58 - Ros Atkins On… How the Delta variant took hold in the UK

Ros Atkins traces back the story of the Delta variant and how it delayed the UK’s reopening plans.

6/19/2021 12:00:09 AM

59 - What are the rules for pubs, restaurants, festivals and gigs?

The lifting of restrictions is being delayed, which could affect planned events

6/21/2021 12:14:29 PM

60 - What are the rules for weddings and receptions?

Restrictions on weddings have been eased across the UK - so how can you now celebrate?

6/21/2021 8:29:53 AM

61 - Covid vaccine: How many people in the UK have been vaccinated so far?

The logistics of vaccinating millions of people across the country, as more than 42 million people receive at least one dose.

6/22/2021 5:20:34 PM

62 - What are the rules for travelling to green, amber and red list countries?

Foreign holidays are possible, but travellers must follow strict rules on their return.

6/17/2021 10:06:03 AM

63 - Covid: What do over-18s need to know about the vaccine?

The vaccine rollout is now available for younger adults. What do they need to know about getting jabbed?

6/18/2021 4:15:55 PM

64 - Tokyo Olympic Games: When are they and will they go ahead despite Covid?

The Tokyo Summer Olympics are due to start in July, despite a surge in Covid cases in Japan.

6/16/2021 11:36:57 AM

65 - Covid symptoms: What are they and how do I protect myself?

A new cough, fever and change in smell or taste are the key symptoms that mean you may have coronavirus.

6/14/2021 12:24:35 PM

66 - Covid: Which areas are being surge tested for variants?

People who live, work or travel in various parts of the UK are being urged to get a Covid test.

6/16/2021 10:09:08 AM

67 - UK holidays: When and where can I go... and who with?

Going abroad is not straightforward, so many people are opting to stay in the UK for their holidays.

6/15/2021 3:41:03 PM

68 - Coronavirus: When can we stop wearing face masks or face coverings?

Wearing a face covering is currently a legal requirement in many places, but could the rules change as lockdown eases further?

6/15/2021 2:13:37 PM

69 - The Lazarus heist: How North Korea almost pulled off a billion-dollar hack

In 2016 North Korean hackers planned a $1bn raid on Bangladesh's national bank and came within an inch of success. But how did they do it?

6/21/2021 12:45:52 AM

70 - Daniel Morgan: Last chance for family in Britain's most-investigated, unsolved murder

The death of Daniel Morgan is Britain's most investigated unsolved murder. His family believe police corruption, and reluctance to confront it, could explain the murder and the failed investigations

6/15/2021 12:59:41 AM

71 - Troubled US teens left traumatised by tough love camps

Paris Hilton is among thousands who allege abuse at programmes aimed at reforming US teenagers.

6/19/2021 12:00:55 AM

72 - Living with obesity: The people who are hard-wired to store fat

Specialist health professionals say obesity should be regarded as a complex illness, and people with the condition shouldn't be blamed for it.

6/17/2021 1:24:31 AM

73 - Gary Allen: The killer who nearly got away with murder

Gary Allen's conviction for the murders of two women brings a 20-year quest for justice to an end.

6/17/2021 11:28:25 AM









HomeLeague & Club ContactsJunior LeagueSenior LeagueLeague HandbookLeague Meetings