Blame it on the confined participants, blame it on mixed messages, blame it on the boogie if you want to but it appears despite an hour of confusion the non-league season is officially over.
The FA has instructed all step five and six leagues that their season is now officially over.
The Olympic and Paralympic Games have been postponed until summer 2021 at the latest due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Former Old Albanian Max Malins is one of two players to commit their futures to Saracens for another three years.
Goals at the end of either half kept Saffron Walden Town on top of the Essex Senior League – although the 3-0 win away to Sporting Bengal United was anything but easy.
Saffron Walden PSG U11 Girls had to battle tough opposition and less-than-ideal weather conditions in their latest outing.
A super second-half and a 3-2 win over derby rivals Takeley keep Saffron Walden Town firmly in the hunt for promotion from the Essex Senior League.
Saffron Walden runner Pete Thompson has had another golden outing as his successful season continues.
Saffron Walden PSG U12 Girls enjoyed a good start to the Cambridgeshire League Cup as they won 4-1 at home against Langtoft United.
The score may not suggest it but Saffron Walden will be hugely disappointed not to have come away with a win at Holt.
It was a super Sunday for SWAN netball with big wins for four of their teams.
Cambridgeshire U20s fell just short as they lost 15-13 to Cambridge University in the Saffron Building Society Floodlit Challenge Trophy.
There was a first for Saffron Seals Swimming Club as their club championship highlighted the strength of depth at the club.
Saffron Walden secured a fantastic and hard-fought 20-17 home win as they ended Southwold’s unbeaten start to the London Two North East campaign.