It was a massive victory for Bingham's 1st XV at home
It is not all doom and gloom was the message from Dennis Rhule, the assistant manager of Newark and Sherwood United
A thrilling confrontation at home saw Newark run out 28-24 winners as the first XV defeated Leicester Forest away.
A 32-year-old man in Newark was pulled over on the A1 after driving at speeds of around 100mph.
Triathlete Laura Siddall is ecstatic at her top ten finish in the Hawaii World Ironman Championships at Kona.
A difficult campaign for Southwell City continues after a narrow loss to a higher league-ranked step five club.
It was another feather in the cap for Ollerton Town as they again defeated a step-five team in a cup — their third time achieving such a task.
Lewis Chambers' headed 101st goal for the club could not stop Newark Town from losing at home to an excellent Hucknall Town side 4-1.
In-form Newark and Sherwood United made it 13 games unbeaten as they started their journey to Wembley.
Southwell golf club has seen the Wright family become a dominant force in competitions in recent weeks.
Tom Gamble’s last race of the season in the European Le Mans Series in Portugal last weekend was slightly dampened by a retirement writes Paul Horton.
The women's over 45 England masters hockey team played seven games in ten days during their world cup run in South Africa.
A decent final win delighted Newark Tennis Club as their mixed team in Division Three of the Nottinghamshire Short Format Tennis League won the day.
RHP Darts of Hazzard produced the stand-out result on the opening day of the Newark and District Double Board Darts League
Laughter and good energy filled the air at the recent Back to Netball session last Thursday evening.
Ben Kettleborough completed the Poreč Ironman competition in Croatia, the personal trainer said he enjoyed the event.
Since turning 18 in July, Ollerton native Bailey Brassington has been busy making a name for himself as a successful semi-professional boxer
Eight young gymnasts from the 776 gymnasium in Newark headed to their first county championships for the level six Nottinghamshire competition.
An initiative from the Newark and Sherwood YMCA has seen youngsters drop into a safe place to participate in their favourite past-time, football.
THE folks at You Can Do Sport, working with the kids at the Magnus Church of England Academy are gearing up for a successful season