Fernwood Foxes joint manager Andrew Mosedale praised his players as they were crowned Notts Youth League under-18 Division Three champions.
Captain Luke Parsons said Newark Town played some of the best football he had experienced with a Sunday side as they won two trophies in four days.
A referee who started in the Newark Alliance has been selected to take charge of his first Premier League game on Saturday.
A groundsman involved in football for more than 60 years has won a county award.
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 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.
Promotion should be a formality for Newark Flowserve after their facilities were approved for step-six football following an inspection.
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.
Joint managers Craig Roche and Stephen Kirkham praised their Newark Flowserve side after they wrapped up the Notts Senior League Premier Division title.