As the curtain closes on the Worksop Snooker League season, organisers Antony Coupe and Mick Camm are already plotting the next one.
Kiveton Park were comfortably beaten by nine wickets in a Bassetlaw Championship top of the table clash with Ordsall Bridon.
Leon Mettam has a message for those who have already written off Worksop Town’s 2013/14 season – you’re making a big mistake.
Ahead of this week’s BMW PGA Championship, Lee Westwood has asked for more chances to play closer to home.
Mark Shaw has praised the trio of players he is building a new team around, for showing loyalty to Worksop Town.
Anston’s Ben Swift came agonisingly close to his first stage win since returning to cycling from injury, in Germany this week.
The new Flat season is well and truly in full swing. And two of the highlights of the year -- the Epsom Derby Festival (May 31 and June 1) and Royal Ascot (June 18-22) -- are just around the corner.
Bassetlaw’s junior orienteers represented Notts successfully on saturday, competing in the Yvette Baker Trophy at Bradgate Park, Leicestershire.
Clowne Road Runners were well represented in a field of over 5,400 runners at the Sheffield Half Marathon.
Worksop Town boss Mark Shaw has added a third attacker to his squad for the 2013/14 season, in the shape of Conor Higginson.
North Wheatley with Leverton continued their fine start to the season in the Bassetlaw Cricket League Championship, with a 54-run victory over Retford on Saturday.
North Wheatley with Leverton secured maximum points from their local derby against Retford, thanks to a 54-run victory.
Ryton Park completed an amazing season by adding the Girls Champion of Champions title, to match their boys’ success, with a comprehensive defeat of Prospect Hill Girls.
Another double figure field lined up for the Aegir Cycling Club’s latest 10-mile time trial, with another comfortable win for Jordan Skelly.
Aston Hall picked up their first South Yorkshire Cricket League Premier Division win of the season, beating Coal Aston on Saturday.
Retford United Football Club will once again hold their six week soccer camp in the summer.
Worksop Parramore are managerless, and looking to merge with another club.
Kiveton Park’s Central Midlands League senior side finished their season in disappointing style, with a 4-0 defeat at the hands of Phoenix.
Retford swimmers were out in force over the weekend, with four Open Meets taking place.
Worksop Town Under 11s produced a fine performance to upset the favourites and bring a cup home from Kimberworth.
Eleven members of Gainsborough and District Homing Society sent 133 birds last Saturday, to be released at Bedhampton.
Dozens of local school kids are set to do battle at Lodge Lane, Dinninton, in the annual tag rugby tournament next week.
Sheffield Steelers head coach Doug Christiansen has moved to secure the services of leading goalscorer Jeff Legue.
North Wheatley with Leverton suffered at the hands of the weather on Saturday, when their Championship match at Anston ended in a draw.
All three of the area’s Bassetlaw Cricket League Championship sides had to settle for weather draws on Saturday, as rain disrupted play.
Some fine weather at the start of the month allowed Welbeck Abbey Bowls Club to get their season off toa good start.
Worksop teenager Sam Walker made a big impression in his World Table Tennis Championship debut this week, winning his group and claiming a shock win in the first preliminary round.
Midfielder Josh Davies has returned to Worksop Town, after a season with Brigg Town.
Lee Westwood’s seven under par performance at the Players Championship was enough for a top 10 finish at the weekend.
Nine senior athletes from Retford Athletic and Running Club took to the streets of Sheffield on Sunday, for the city’s annual half marathon.
Gainsborough Bowls League champions Melrose SSC have had an ordinary start to the defence of their title, losing at Beckingham and squeezing past Rose A.
The Gainsborough Sunday Football League saw two cup finals played this week, with excellent games watched by decent crowds on the Northolme.
Worksop Town’s 45-goal strike partnership will return to Sandy Lane next season.
Ben Swift made his return to the professional race scene this week, after a frustrating three months on the sideline.
Conference champions Mansfield Town and Championship club Sheffield Wednesday will visit Worksop Town for pre-season friendlies this summer.
Everyone thinks they’re a football manager – but Gainsborough Trinity boss Steve Housham is offering one lucky fan the chance to prove it.
Five Retford swimmers, representing Nova Centurion, raced against the top talent from across the region, in the Midlands Youth Championships in Corby..
The Worksop Harriers got off to a great start in the Lincs Track and Field League, with the women’s team finishing the first meeting in first place.
Dinnington Rugby Club played host to their annual junior rugby festival on Sunday, with hundreds of youngsters aged seven to 12 involved.
Bassetlaw Orienteering Club members took part inthe British Championships int he Surrey Hills.
Worksop Girls Under 12s finished their title winning, unbeaten season with a 4-1 win over Dronfield Town Ladies.
Two Trent Valley Road Club cyclists were in open time trial action in April.
Beckingham’s bowlers made an excellent start to their Gainsborough Standard Bowls League campaign last week, taking 16 league points out of a possible 20..
In only the second year in their palatial new premises, Ryton Park’s football team became Champion of Champions.
Bassetlaw Triathlon Club secretary and Clowne Road Runner Gemma Scougal was the first lady home in her first competitive road cycling race.
In the Gainsborough and District Sunday League’s Premier Division, Real Ropery made a huge leap in their title quest.
Aston Hall were made to rue five dropped catches as they slumped to their third defeat of the South Yorkshire Cricket League season.
After a frustrating start to the season, Harworth’s Dean Hipwell powered his Globalnet Triumph to 12th place in the British Supersport race at Oulton Park on Monday.
Bassetlaw Orienteering Club members were in action at the British Orienteering Championships in the Surrey Hills.
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Weather for Gainsborough
Sunday 26 May 2013
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Wind Speed: 10 mph
Wind direction: North west
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Wind Speed: 22 mph
Wind direction: South west