A groundsman involved in football for more than 60 years has won a county award.
Newark Athletic Club star Becky Gallop was overjoyed with her performance at the London Marathon after finishing the 13th fastest woman club runner.
MMA fighter Regis Sugden says he is in better shape than ever before as he prepares to return to the cage following a long-term injury.
Grove 16 manager Matt Wade said he was proud of his team, despite a heavy loss in the final of the Notts Sunday Junior Cup.
An under-par performance by Bingham Town saw them fall short in the all-Notts Senior League Premier Division final of the Notts Intermediate Cup.
A bronze medal was won by Newark Hockey Club under-10 girls in the In2Hockey Midlands finals at Nottingham Hockey Centre.
Amateur boxers got their opportunity to shine in the ring as Newark’s Epic Golden Gloves Gym hosted a show at Magnus Community Sports Centre.
A 13-year-old footballer is excited for the future after completing a dream signing for Manchester United.
A hefty 10-0 success helped Grove 16 Reserves move up to second.
A late penalty stop by Michael Hinder earned bottom side Newark Cavaliers a point in a goalless draw at Collingham.
A topsy-turvy match saw Coddington Mill take all three points in their clash with second-placed Newark Flowserve.
Keeper Clint Framp held his nerve in a penalty shoot-out with two vital saves as Sutton-on-Trent claimed the Keith Cartledge Memorial Trophy.
Captain Harry Atkinson believes Newark R&M can push on from their promotion success last season to make an impact in South Notts League Division D.
The final preparations for the cricket season at Newark R&M were dealt a major blow when the River Trent burst its banks and flooded the outfield.
Promotion should be a formality for Newark Flowserve after their facilities were approved for step-six football following an inspection.
Powerlifter Natalie Blake made an emotional goodbye to the sport as she lifted competitively for the final time at the Commonwealth Games.
Jodie Bloom is determined to improve after gaining a silver medal at the Women’s Ice Hockey World Championships.
Southwell race driver George Gamble could not have made a better start to the season after he took an inaugural series victory.
Eight goals were netted in the opening 36 minutes as Newark Flowserve and Grove 16 played out a breathless 5-5 draw.
Premier Division leaders Newark Town fought hard to reach the final of the Willie Hall Memorial Trophy after playing for the last half-hour with nine men.
An 11-year-old speed skater became a triple British champion after dominant performances.
Kickboxer Bailey Sugden admitted it wasn’t his night after he was on the receiving end of some controversial refereeing decisions in his narrow defeat to Zakaria Zougarry.
Joint managers Craig Roche and Stephen Kirkham praised their Newark Flowserve side after they wrapped up the Notts Senior League Premier Division title.
A Paul Rich penalty was the only score for Southwell as they suffered a home loss to Matlock.