Fighter Bailey Sugden moved one step closer to his goal of becoming a champion on the world’s leading kickboxing promotion after a unanimous victory in the Netherlands.
Top sportspeople in the Newark and Sherwood District have been recognised with awards.
Racing ace Jack Harvey was in jubilant mood after signing a two-year deal to compete in the Verizon IndyCar Series.
MMA star Bailey ‘Bad- Boy’ Sugden makes his second bid for sporting stardom in a SuperFight on the card of Glory 49 in Rotterdam on Saturday.
A nasty injury to Newark Town goalkeeper Anthony Richardson forced the abandonment of their Notts Sunday Senior Cup match against Oddfellows.
Two late tries turned the match on its head as Newark moved up to third in the Midlands Division Two East (North).
Having made the perfect start on the pitch, Newark Flowserve are laying the foundations off it as they push for promotion.
Rising light-heavyweight Jake ‘Razor’ Sharp was held to a draw in his third professional night.
A boxing coach and promoter is again working with a former world champion.
Collingham secured a place in the quarter finals of the Central Midlands League Phoenix Trophies Floodlit Cup after a comfortable victory over tenants Newark Town — their second big derby win in successive months.
Striker Elliot King preserved Flowserve’s winning start to the season, grabbing a second-half goal to secure their 13th successive victory at the top of the Notts Senior League Premier Division.
First-half tries for Newark and a late disallowed try for Southwell proved crucial as the visitors claimed local bragging rights, gained revenge for two defeats to the Redmen last season and moved up to fourth in Midlands Two North East.
The ambulance service was praised for its speedy response to a serious injury as Knowhow United Reserves and visitors RHP Reserves shared six goals.
Players at East Bridgford Rangers’ clash against in-form Wheatsheaf United stood for a minute’s silence before the kick-off in tribute to motorcycle ace Daniel Hegarty.
Two Newark boxers will be aiming for their third successive professional wins when they step into the ring on Saturday.
A young go-karter has won a championship in his first full year of competition — and will be racing for a second this weekend.
A 1-1 draw between unbeaten joint leaders Robin Hood and Sutton-on-Trent allowed Laxton to take over at the top of an exciting division.
All-conquering Newark Flowserve continued their march into the history books with a 12th successive league win — and are now determined to bring another first to the town.
Collingham went top of the table with a 3-1 win at last week’s cup kings, Witham Wanderers.
Calum Law struck seven goals as third-placed Coddington Mill were beaten 9-3 at home by Wheatsheaf United.
Ten-year-old Newark go-kart racer Harry Wainwright claimed second place overall in the Honda Cadet Championship at the PFI circuit after a busy season.
A classic Jekyll and Hyde performance saw Town surrender a two-goal half-time lead as a listless last 45 minutes allowed the home side, who seemed well beaten, to pull off an unlikely win.
Collingham secured a place in the Central Midlands League Cup quarter-final thanks to a 90th-minute winner from Jackson Buckthorp.